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High Mcv Levels
Macrocytic anemia: The most common causes of macrocytic anemia are B12 (ruled out for you) and folate deficiencies. Folate deficiency can be caused by diet (very rare - folate is everywhere), celiac disease, alcoholism, or hemolysis (autoimmune process, for example). Rarer causes include aplastic anemia and myelodysplastic syndrome (mds). If not clear to your doc, may need to see hematologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5 year old with high levels of bilirubin and alkaline phosphatase, high bun/creatinine ratio and high MCV and mch. Low levels of co2 and creatine?
Not enough info: Unfortunately, other than bloodwork results, no more information is provided. That's not enough to tell what's going on. Either try to provide more info or better off consult with a physician locally. ...Read more
My SGPT level is. 54.89 & SGPT is 30.37 & although other LFT levels normal. Uric acid remain HIGH & currently at 6.68. MCV level at 82.7 & MCHC 34.4.
See details: The values listed are very mildly elevated and are unlikely to be a clinical issue. Your uric acid should be less than 6.0 mg/dl so I suggest increasing the med to 40 mg daily. I have never heard of any data supporting dosing this med every other day. It makes no sense to me. ...Read more
What does a high alp level of 168 and a alb of 3.1 along with a sed rate of 36 and a WBC 10.8, MCV 76.2, MCH 24.5, mchc 32.2, RDW 16.3 mean?
Is it possible to have a vitamin B12 deficiency if your serum level is 250 p/mol? have every symptom plus high MCV and mch
As a matter of fact yes: I cannot go into the complex details, but I had two young patient's years ago, both of whom had elevated blood levels of vitamin B12. But both of them also had evidence of thiamin deficiency that would result in deficiency of energy. I concluded that vitamin B12 was collecting in the blood and not being used in metabolism. Try a supplement of thiamin and see whether the vitamin B12 levels come down. ...Read more
Hematology consult: Consult with a Hematologist asap. There are many factors that need to be considered for proper diagnosis and arriving at the answer you deserve. ...Read more
MCH slightly elevated at 34 (MCV) normal but on high side is it any relation to low t3 levels 46 ? TSH and T4 also low laying but normal range.
Low wbc,low rbc,low igm,low neutrophil,low monocyte,hematocrit and hemoglobin levels are within range,mcv high,an ocassional myocelyte. Pt/ptt unknow?
I am 7 weeks pregnant. Haemoglobin level 152g/L. Is it high for pregnancy? Platelets and MCV all normal. Serum folate 25.2 on folic acid, also high.
Probably normal: Your hemoglobin of 15.2 is fine for being 7 weeks pregnant. The numbers will decrease moreso in the 2nd and third trimesters. You should be on a multivit (prenatal) which has folic acid in it. Folic acid is very important in pregnancy. Hope all is well otherwise. Good luck with your pregnancy! ...Read more
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