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my hemoglobin is 10 with a hematocrit of 31.8platelet count of 415, my mch is 26.4,mchc 31.4.urinalysis + cast & crystals. is this serious?

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Dr. Vasu Brown
34 years experience Integrative Medicine
Sticky blood: When platelet count is high a sign of low fats in body and difficulty delivering oxygen - test for EMF sensitivity, deltanol is delta part of vit E anti inflammatory will help. Wear EMF guard reduce electrical smog. Test for MTHFR gene, parasites in blood including Lyme, and add magnesium oxide 30mg/lb body weight plus trimethyl glycine to compensate for EMF induced magnesium loss
Answered on Dec 8, 2018
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