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Iron serum was 167 (high), UBIC was 109 (low), & Iron Saturation was 61% (high)... Is this hemochromatosis?
Dr said iron/b12 def anemia? Iron 162, Sat 54%, ferritin 8, RBC 3.4, MCHC 30, PLT 108, fol 2.4, vitD 9. All else normal (B12 268, Hgb 13 etc). F/30
Not enough info.: It's impossible to analyze isolated lab tests without having the results of all of the tests and an understanding of the patient's medical history, current symptoms, and physical exam results. Although the results don't seem alarming to me, you should discuss them with your doctor. As an alternative, you could upload them to HealthTap Prime and discuss the results with a doctor here. Good luck. ...Read more
Cbc~wbc17.2, plate476 ab-high>neut10.2, lymph5.13, mono1.37, baso0.17 low>iron31, bun8, lap#13(15-85range) jak2 neg. Cml ph-neg? Something else?
Suspect?: Please send us your serial WBC counts done so far. You need to do some more CBC tests and see how your WBC count would change over a few months before we can be certain as to what is causing the high WBC counts. There is no rush for doing any other tests for the next few months unless WBC count keeps rising. ...Read more
19 months old baby has ferritin 7(22-291) iron 61(40-100) ibcu 470(110-370) tibc 531(228-428) transferrin % saturation 11(14-57) RBC 19.8(12-16)?
My dad is 87 cbc : wbc 4.7, rbc 3.68 L, hemo119 L, ht 0.355 L, mcv 96, mch 32, mchv 335, rdw 15 H, platlets 277k, is this normal counts?
Hgb 11.0, MCV 77.6, MCH 23.8, mchc 30.6, RDW 17.9, ferritin level 17.2, folate (folic acid) 5.03, iron serum 42, tibc 441, iron saturation 10. What does this mean?
Any symptoms?: Why did your doc order those tests? Are you feeling tired? Do you have really heavy periods? The hemoglobin is a little low, but not severely low. You are a little iron deficient. You may benefit from taking iron and a stool softener if you don't get enough in your diet. But talk to your doc who ordered the tests, they may have more info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HCT AUTO 42.7%
MCH 30.1 pg/cell
RDW BLOOD 13.5%
I have iron deficiency anemia. Current bloodwork: Transferrin 379, iron 120, TIBC 565, iron saturation 21.2. Hgb 8.9, above results still anemia??
Yes indeed: Hemoglobin 8.9 is anemia, period. Please forgive my frankness. I hope that no one is forcing you to be a non-supplementing vegetarian. If you have blood loss, either monthly or from illness, I hope the source is discovered -- it could be ulcer, cancer, hookworm, etc. If you tolerate oral iron poorly, please consider an injectable form. Best wishes. ...Read more
What causes these results? High iron 49 umol/l, tibc normal 70, high saturation 70 umol/l, and low ferritin 11 ug/l? Dr didn't explain. Anaemia?
Out of context: One cannot take one small part of a lab report and get any kind of valid interpretation. Too much is missing here. The other lab values. The reasons for the tests. The past medical history. ...Read more
Cause of Anemia in female (57) where Hb(10.6), PCV (33), RBC(3.6), Platelet (1.2L) & ESR (52) while WBC (5.9K), MCV(93), MCH(29.5) & MCHC(31.6).
Needs medical check: Anemia can be caused by many different conditions. The common causes are from bleeding from GI tract or reduced production of RBCs in the bone marrow. This person should go see her regular physician(if she has one) as he/she may have previous record of her Hb which will help to know if this is a chronic condition or something new that will require further testing to look for a cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wbc 4.24, RBC 3.77, hb 11.0, hct 32.5, MCV 90, MCH 29, mchc 32.5, RDW 14.4, PLT 255, mpv 10.6. Am i anemic? Other bloodwork normal except low alk phos
Very mild anemia: It will depend on the normal range of hb used at your laboratory where you have the test done. At my lab- the normal range used is between 12-15, so hb of 11 is only mildly anemic. It is nothing to worry much about however. In young woman like yourself- with your monthly period, you lose some iron in every cycle. This can cause mild anemia. Check your iron and take multi vitamin. D/w your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Female 33. hb-11.70,rbc-3.95,mcv-90,mch-29.70,rdw-10.90. rbc morphology - predominantly normocytic & normocytic. hb f-<0.8, hb a2-3.30. meaning?
Anemia: Your hemoglobin is lower than normal. You may need to take multivitamins containing folic acid and vitamin B12. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Should I worry? This is from last year.
Neutrophils 29 Lymphocytes 65
Chloride 110 HGB A1C 6.1
Vit D 25 OH 21.3
Why worry?: Your physician will follow this annually or if you get sick. Your neutrophils are a bit low and if they get lower you might be in danger. Ask your physician what you might do about your vitamin D status. Of course you want good diabetes control. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 year old nephew's blood report says hemoglobin-7, tacked cell volume-23%, WBC count- 11500, platelet count-179000, esr-07.Is it a thalassemia?
Insufficient info: With a hemoglobin of 7 he is not likely to have major thalassemia. There are many causes of anemia and treatment would depend on the cause. The doctor who ordered the tests should be able to advise. You may visit this site for more info on this topic. http://www.chw.org/display/ppf/docid/21855/router.asp. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Girl age 22, Bloodwrk showed abnorm: B HB 11,5g/100mL (11.7-15.3), S-Ironbinding cap 90 umol/L (49-83), S-Kobber 31,9 umol/L (12-25). What to do?
? Iron deficiency: 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, you appear to have mild iron deficiency. You may take oral iron supplement available over the counter. Take the pills with meals and if you develop constipation, take a fiber laxative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer