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Molecular Weight Of Rabbit Hemoglobin
No: No it will not. One needs to be evaluated by a hematologist to determine the cause. ...Read more
Too low: you are anemic someting is not right you are not going to lose weight as long as you are anemic,because your body will be screaming for food,and you will be tired all time ,and may be dizzy. find the source of your anemia ,and when you get this problem fixed we can work on your weight loss. ...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
Low hemoglobin and losing weight... after observing the cell, the cells are breaking down it seems.. Do you have any idea of what could be the disease?
My hemoglobin A1c was 11.1 on 2/07. Can that be lowered by losing weight and changing my eating habits? Can you get rid of diabetes?
Hb of 11.1: A hb a1c means you have a mean glucose of 272. That means it is much higher after meals. I am all for weight loss and exercise. I am also of the opinion that you need to see a endocrinologist and start some medication to get your hb a1c < 7. That should be your first priority. You probably cannot get rid of your diabetes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
3 year old son with history of poor weight growth. Labs show burr cells1+, high ast, low bilirubin, low hemoglobin and hemocrit. Ideas?
Does low hemoglobin (mine was at 5.5, now at 8.5ish) cause a person to burn more energy? Ive been so hungry & eating lots but not gaining weight?
Yes: Recovering from being anaemic means you will need to eat more as you replace your body's stores. This will be much quicker and easier if you eat red meat or take iron supplements. Presumably you have addressed the reason for your anaemia with your Dr - this is important. If you continue to not gain weight after the anaemia has resolved, you should be further assessed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I just had blood work done I have high hemoglobin, white cells, ferritin levels recent weight gain . Tris and LDL are high never had that beforr?
Excessive unexplained weight loss, fatigue, weakness. Hyperactive thyroid test negative but low hemoglobin. Any idea what it might be from?
Many possibilities: Anemia, shortness of breath and weight loss can be due to anything from occult cancer to malabsorption to any of dozens of other possibilities. If you are not satisfied with your own physician's ability to explain your workup, please get a consultation now, perhaps with a hematologist for starters. ...Read more
Yes absolutely: One can die due to a very low hemoglobin level- for instance due to massive bleeding- due to lack of oxygenation on the vitals organ causing cell deaths , organ failure and ultimately death. The incidence is low in the usa, as we do have much better access to medical center. In the other part of the world- those happen frequently unfortunately. ...Read more
Polycythemia: There are only a few causes of a high hemoglobin. We divide these cases into primary and secondary high hemoglobin, or "polycythemia." secondary means caused by heart disease, hypoxemia, tobacco, sleep apnea. Primary means a benign blood disease called polycythemia vera. A hematologist can usually determine which type of polycythemia a patient has. ...Read more
Varies with gender: Normal hemoglobin for males: 13-16 gm/dl; females: 11.7-15 gm/dl. Exact values depend on the laboratory where the test is done and results when given should contain "reference ranges" for the normal by the lab. ...Read more
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