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High Hemoglobin Health Risks
What are some preventive health screening needed for a female 48 years old.. I currently have high blood pressure, diabetes, anemia low hemoglobin, heart mumor, arthritis, diagnosed a high risk of congestive heart failure, high cholesterol, morbid obessed
Find the cause: Very low hemoglobin levels will restrict your exercise tolerance, but the greatest danger of anemia is that it warns of an underlying problem. While the cause is often a woman's loss each month or during pregnancy, or non-supplementing vegetarianism, anemia may warn of cancer, ulcers, B12 deficiency which can cause brain damage, and a host of other bad things. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We have a son of 1.5 years old. Her hemoglobin is 10. Please suggest a quick and good weight to increase weight and improve health with normal bp?
Son of 1.5 years: Can you refrrase your question, we can not understand 1.5 years with hemoglobin of 10 is not that bad he can take vitamins with iron and if it does not go up he should be tested for other causes of anemia, have his blood lead level done as well.Second part of the question we need more information, so refrase and send back. ...Read more
Have white cellscount 3.7th/ul, eosinophils 7ng/ml, vit d 19ng/ml and hemoglobin A1c 5.8%. What means? What happened with my health? Please answer me!
Blood work: The best way is for you to discuss with the doctor who ordered the test. Anyway, the interpretation will depend on the normal range used at the lab where you had the tests done. In general, here, your white blood cell is mildly low , and you are deficient in vitamin d. Go to see your doctor and discuss in detail, also further evaluation for your low white cell and prescription of vitamin d. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have white cellscount 3.7th/ul, eosinophils 7ng/ml, vit d 19ng/ml and hemoglobin A1c 57.6. What means? What happened with my health? Please answer me!
PLZ clarify.: All the numbers and units you have used are possibly not right. ...Read more
I'm a female 33 5'7 213 I have a few health issues. None that should link to random bruising on my arm. Hemoglobin is over 1700. What could it be?
What are the Newest treatments for intermediate to high risk MDS for a 70 years old man. He has RCMD. No blasts. Low hemoglobin & platelets?
Supportive care : Not sure about newest TX, but "Supportive care may be the most appropriate TX for older people...this group of people being unable to tolerate the stronger TX used for MDS. Supportive care does not aim to treat the disease but can help alleviate symptoms such as shortness of breath...bruising or bleeding." SEE http://www.leukaemia.org.au/blood-cancers/myelodysplastic-syndrome-mds/mds-rcmd ...Read more
High Hb: High hemoglobin may be normal in a person residing at high altitude. It may occur in patients with chronic lung disease, cyanotic heart disease, variants of hb gene that bind oxygen tightly, and dehydration. A type of blood cancer, polycythemia vera has high hb. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Borderline high: Your hemoglobin is within high normal range. There could be multiple causes, including dehydration, heavy smoking, living at high altitude, blood disorders, etc. Your doctor would want to evaluate this further in order to make the best suggestions for you. Your solution now is to see your doctor about it -- and in the meantime at least drink plenty of water. http://tinyurl.com/mvppgm7. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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