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Normal Child Hemoglobin Levels Chart
Usually iron: The most common anemia in children is iron deficiency, so usually giving enough iron can correct the anemia over time. I would talk with your pediatrician to find out the proper dosage and for how long to give and have your childs blood checked again. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My six month old baby boy's neutrophile level is 9.9% where as the normal range is between 25-30. Where as his hemoglobin is 11.1%. is it OK?
If a finger stick hemoglobin test comes back normal is it possible the test could be wrong and my child is actually low/anemic?
Possible: Any test has a margin of error, ant the margin of error is a little higher for a finger stick test. If you have reason to doubt the results, ask for a repeat with a blood draw. ...Read more
Hemoglobin 23, hematocrit 69 child age 7.5. No poly Vera, erothpoitin normal, liver/kidney blood tests ok too. Can someone share advice. ?
Polycytemia: Your child should be checked for the possibility of heavy metal poisoning ...Read more
12-15, 13-16: It varies based on the lab but a rough estimate for adults with no medical conditions is 12-15 g/dl for women and 13-16 g/dl for men. Medical conditions will change what are acceptable hemoglobin levels. Furthermore, a women having a hemoglobin of 11 doesn't mean she's anemic and needs a blood transfusion - there are many other factors to consider. ...Read more
No: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, your hemoglobin is lower than normal, even for a female. If you are in your reproductive years, it may be due to menstrual blood loss. You may take oral iron and multivitamins and see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Varies a little: Your lab might use different "normal", but in general: 12.1 to 15.1 gm/dl = hemoglobin for adult females. If you have chronic diseases (kidney probs, diabetes, etc.), then you should discuss w/your dr, otherwise, iron-rich foods like dark greens (spinach) and red meat (in moderation) are two obvious answers. Multivitamin w/iron (or prenatal vit) can also help. If still low after 3-4 wks, see ur dr. ...Read more
Erectile dysfunction: I see your main concern is erectile dysfunction at age 30. I am going to assume this is actually hemoglobin a1c levels; your blood hemoglobin is measured in different units. Your level is in the reference range and this rules out diabetes as the cause of your erectile dysfunction. Two causes that are often missed by physicians are prolactinoma ; hemochromatosis. Continue the workup, good luck. ...Read more
Is normal in baby 6 or 7 months to have low hemoglobin 50% ?could be normal?Checked twice first 60% ,second after use iron medicin less than month 50%
Need for oxygen: in the womb. the high hemoglobin is needed to provide oxygen to the developing fetus. The hemoglobin also is very special in that it holds oxygen very well. Right after birth this HGB is replaced with a more needed regular HGB, that works better in an air environment. The breakdown of this large amount of hemoglobin can cause a problem with jaundice in some babies ...Read more
12.4?: If you mean 12.4 then it is normal. 124 definitely would not be ...Read more
If I was a heavy smoker that quit in December how long would it take for my hemoglobin and hemp critic to go back to normal levels?
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