Will spinal hemangiomas lead to low blood count?

Usually not. Hemangiomas are benign blood vessel tumors. Sometimes, if the tumors are quite large, blood platelets can get activated in these tumors and stick to the blood vessel walls. This can result in a low platelet count. Platelets are necessary for proper blood clotting. This problem is called kasabach merritt phenomenon and is actually quite rare. If it occurs, it could cause a bleening tendency.
Yes. Certain types of hemangiomas in CNS can cause low cell counts due to GI bleeding and anemia fro example blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome.

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I have all these symtoms memory lost, deppress, numbness, joint pain, low blood count, nausea speech problem and my lawyer told me that not lead poiso?

Lawyer not doctor. Physicians are qualified and use labs to determine lead poisoning - if one has memory lost , deppress, numbness, joint pain , low blood count, nausea speech problem one shoudl be consulting with a physician and following up on recommedned labwork and consults. With symptoms like that, the least one should worry about is the opinion of the attorney - seek medical help. Read more...
Lawyer. Wondering if your lawyer based that conclusion on a medical report s/he received about your case. It is best to consult your doc. First. Read more...

Do low blood count cause you to past out?

Possible. Anemia can make people lightheaded. Actually losing consciousness would be very unusual unless the anemia was severe and the person did something really strenuous. More common anemia symptoms are fatigue, feeling cold, mild headache, shortness of breath with exercise, lack of stamina, and generalized weakness. Read more...

Difference between low blood count and low blood sat?

Numbers vs function. Blood count is determined by the number of red blood cells in your blood stream, saturation usually referes to the amount of oxygen in your blood stream. This is determined by lung function, blood function, heart function just to name a few. Read more...

How much alcohol can cause a low blood count?

Unclear question. Chronic use of alcohol can decrease blood count. Different people respond differently. If your blood count is low due to drinking, you are drinking way too much! Read more...

Dark clots every month. Do I have low blood count?

Rusting. Iron gives blood its red color (heme) and it darkens as it gets oxidized just like rust on ironworks. The color of the clots may have much more to do with how old they are rather that your level of blood iron or the presence of anemia. Read more...
Amenorrhea. Cessation of menses for more than 2 months should be evaluated since hypothyroidism, excess weight changes and other hormonal imbalances may be at work affecting other parts of your body as well. Read more...
See your Doctor. I don't know what you mean by rough night. See your obstetrician since any vaginal bleeding in pregnancy should be evaluated for placental problems and cervical changes as in preterm labor. Read more...

What are the symptoms of low blood count wbc?

Infection. Low WBC count, by itself has no symptoms. People with low WBC count are more susceptible to infections. Read more...

What vitamins can be taken to boost low blood count?

Causes. First you need to find the cause:gastric ulcer, colon polyp/ mass, malnutrition, alcohol abuse, etc. Iron supplements and Folic Acid could help, but unless you find the cause you will not see significant improvement without treatment. See physician. Read more...
Need a diagnosis. For your low blood count.There are many possible causes for a low blood count ( anemia ) besides a lack of a certain vitamin.Work with your doctor.Once a diagnosis is made, then and only then, will one know the proper treatment. Read more...

Are the characteristics of a bruise caused by low blood count or something else?

Not sure what u mean. A bruise is just a subcutaneous collection of blood that has escaped the confines of the vascular space. It's appearance changes with local metabolism of hemoglobin. If you are referring to bruising in general, people with low platelet counts or deficiencies/dysfunction in some humoral clotting factors (eg., vwf, fibrinogen, etc.) are sensitive to bruising/bleeding from even minor trauma. Read more...