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What should ur blood count be for pregnancy for 3 to 4 weeks what would the numbers be at?

What should ur blood count be for pregnancy for 3 to 4 weeks what would the numbers be at?

Pregancy CBC: Your counts should be normal during pregnancy (assuming you were not vitamin or iron deficient before pregnancy. Your hemoglobin (red blood cell count) should be over 12 gm; your hematocrit over 36%; your white blood cells counts should be over 3500 and less than 11, 500; your platelet counts should be between 200-400, 000. Your red cell count will run lower than normal because the blood is diluted. ...Read more

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What is the normal red blood count for pregnancy?

4-5 million cells: Normal rbc count in women is 4.2 to 5.4 million cells/mcl. It may be slightly lower during pregnancy due to increase in blood volume and hemodilution. ...Read more

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What is elevated levels of ESR and low white blood count indicate during pregnancy?

What is elevated levels of ESR and low white blood count indicate during pregnancy?

See below: Esr's in pregnancy are predictive of nothing. There are several causes of low WBC (including pregnancy. Talk it over with your doctor. ...Read more

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Can low blood count during pregnancy cause miscarriage?

Can low blood count during pregnancy cause miscarriage?

Miscarriage: Hi, what line of blood cells are we talking about? White blood cells, Red blood cells, Platelet? Please clarify and ask the question. Also provide the reason for low blood cell count because what causing the low blood cell count could be relevant to the question. ...Read more

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My daughter bruises easily, frequently bleeds from mouth and nose and experiences petechiae. Shes had a complete blood count which was normal. What other causes are there for these symptoms?

My daughter bruises easily, frequently bleeds from mouth and nose and experiences petechiae. Shes had a complete blood count which was normal. What other causes are there for these symptoms?

ECCHYMOSIS: ECCHYMOSIS in a young woman demands prompt attention. You need full blood workup for clotting disorders and autoimmune problems. If you have had a recent URI you may have bone marrow supression and severe platelet deficiency. IE TTP VS ITP. SEEK PROMPT MEDICAL EVALUATION . FACV level/MTHFR/PROTEIN C&S/RPR/AT3/CIRCULATING LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT/ANTICARDIOLIPID ANTIBODY. Also HEE CONSULT ...Read more

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Is a blood/Nasty taste in your mouth a sign of complication of pregnancy ? Even when you drink water or take a prenatal it get stronger.

Is a blood/Nasty taste in your mouth a sign of complication of pregnancy ? Even when you drink water or take a prenatal it get stronger.

Pregnancy and taste: You may be experiencing acid reflux which is quite common in pregnancy. The high levels of estrogen in your body relax the smooth muscle in your esophagus and stomach and make it easier to regurgitate a small amount of acid, especially when you are lying down. Try taking Mylanta, Maalox, or other anti-acid and see if the taste goes away. ...Read more

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Why my blood count drops so quickly during pregnancy while my ferritin is >UNL? I'm at high risk for antepartum/postpartum hemorrhage (had IV iron due to the bleeding risk and IDA diagnosis prior to preg). Why do I still have anemia without iron/b12/folat

Why my blood count drops so quickly during pregnancy while my ferritin is >UNL? I'm at high risk for antepartum/postpartum hemorrhage (had IV iron due to the bleeding risk and IDA diagnosis prior to preg). Why do I still have anemia without iron/b12/folat

Inflammation?: I would think about this being secondary to anemia of chronic disease. Ferritin can be an acute phase reactant, essentially being indicative of ongoing inflammation; inflammation that can act as a mechanism for speeding up loss of red blood cells...Also look into your MCV. High MCV I would look into thyroid dysfunction. Pregnancy hemorrhage --> Panhypopituitarism --> Low thyroid --> Macrocytosis ...Read more

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How can I bring my blood count up?

How can I bring my blood count up?

See below: We need to know what exactly is low---your white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, etc in order to best answer this question. ...Read more

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What can get your blood count up dr?

What can get your blood count up dr?

Iron might help: If you mean hemoglobin then it depends on the cause - why is it low? Blood loss, blood destruction and decreased blood cell production are the three causes of low hemoglobin. Talk to your doctor about what the cause is for you. Taking iron supplements helps if the cause is blood loss such as from gastritis or GI bleeding. ...Read more

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How can you determine the blood count system?

Unclear question: Blood cells counts are done by particle counters. Blood groups are determined by antibodies. ...Read more

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Why is my white cell blood count always so low?

What is the count?: Normal WBC count ranges from 3500 to 11,000. You may consult this site for more information on blood cell counts. http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/complete-blood-count/basics/results/PRC-20014088 ...Read more

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Common causes for increase in total blood count?

Common causes for increase in total blood count?

Which cells?: Do you mean red cell count or white cell count? Increase in white cell count is usually due to infection. Increase in red cell count may be due to hypoxia or a form of cancer of red blood cells - polycythemia vera. ...Read more

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I am 37 and my blood count is at 8. What could be wrong and should I be worried?

I am 37 and my blood count is at 8. What could be wrong and should I be worried?

See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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What does a full blood count test?

What does a full blood count test?

Types of blood cells: A complete blood count (CBC) tests for three types of blood cells: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. It also give characteristics (size, etc) of some of these. It often includes a description of the white blood cells, called a differential. This can give additional information if the white blood cell count is high or low. ...Read more

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Can caffeine truly increase blood count?

Can caffeine truly increase blood count?

No: Caffeine does not affect blood counts, unless you take enough to cause dehydration, and even then it is not a real increase. ...Read more

Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Molar Pregnancy (Definition)

A rare mass or growth that forms inside the uterus at the beginning of a pregnancy. It is a type of ...Read more