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In someone with g6pd can there be high rbcs, hemoglobin, hct on quarterly basis if the body is trying to compensate, causing relative polycythemia?
Hello, I have hemoglobin-15.4, hct-82.2, mcv-28, mch-34, mchc-14. My gums are bleeding everyday. Do i need to take medicine to reduce hct.
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Most recent CBC was: WBC 15.1 RBC 5.57 hemoglobin 16.6 hct 49.8 lymph 7.9 mono 1 neutral 90.9 its been off for a 1. Should i worry?
Er CBC result-wbc 15.1 RBC 5.57 hemoglobin 16.6 hct 49.8 lymph 7.9 mono 1 neutral 90.9 no infection seen for abdominal and body ache told its stress:(?
Repeat: Have the test repeated when you're entirely healthy if there is concern. ...Read more
Anemic with 1.2% retic count, 0.62 red cell production index. Whites/platelets normal. Bone marrow problem? I'm anemic, male, hemoglobin 11.5, hct 34.5, red cells 3.9. Iron, ferritin, b12, folate all good, no GI bleed (upper endoscopy and fecal occult n
No, : No, this does not necessarily indicate that your bone marrow is not producing enough red blood cells. You have had a complete workup it sounds like. You are slightly anemic. You have a normal reticulocyte count. To put your mind at rest, you can discuss your findings with a hematologist, who may have recommendations, but your numbers are not concerning. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: If you have normal levels, other than moving to a significant altitude there is not much more you can do. Taking additional iron, B12 or Folic Acid will not help, as red cell production is tightly regulated. If you have anemia, however, a proper diagnosis maybe need. The most common cause of anemia in the world is iron deficiency, but there are other causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I check hemoglobin yesterday the result shows that hb value is 17.1(16) rbc6.09(5.5) hct is51.1(5.0), is this very serious issue ?
A little too high: Your hgb/hct are both a little too elevated when compared to standard ranges. This could happen if you are extremely physical (train a lot), dehydrated, or possibly stimulated by other factors (eg testosterone-replacement therapy/supplementation). Regardless, this could result in a relative "hyper-coagulable" state, and a slightly increased risk for thrombosis/vascular compromise. See your pcp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer