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

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Dr. Colin Kerr
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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