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Hematocrit low, eosinophils high, ast/sgot low and alt/sgpt low. What does this mean?

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Dr. Andrew Seibert
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Anemia

It is impossible to interpret these findings without seeing all of your lab results, but the fact that your hematocrit is low means you are anemic and should be investigated by your doctor. Good luck.

In brief: Anemia

It is impossible to interpret these findings without seeing all of your lab results, but the fact that your hematocrit is low means you are anemic and should be investigated by your doctor. Good luck.
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