A 33-year-old member asked:
Wbc 3.2, rbc 4.74, hemoglobin 10.8, hematocrit 34.9, mcv 73.7, mch 22.8, mchc 31.0 and 18.2 rdw. what do these results mean?
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Pathology 46 years experience
Iron deficiency?: This is most likely. You need to be tested to verify this and to find where the blood loss may be occurring. Iron deficiency indicates serious treatable disease until proved otherwise. Stay proactive.
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