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my rbc is high, mcv and wbc is low and i m feeling weekness and knee pain also.... what does this report means exactly. ..... to whom shall i consult ?

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Dr. Robert Rosenstein
41 years experience Podiatry
Consult with PCP: Michael, You need to make an appointment with your Primary Care Physician and he will refer you to a Hematologist to help you. You need both knowledge an d understanding. So start to learn about your body to feel better.
Answered on Aug 2, 2014

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