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What are normal blood parameters?

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Taken blood sample count for feeling tired,body ache.
Age is 36 years old working in Software company...
Below are the parameters
wbc count is 9400 cells/cumm
rbc differential count is 4.4 millions/cumm,
RBCs are of normocytic and normochromic
WBCS are normal in morphology and no abnormal or immature cells seen
Plattelet didtribution is normal and adequate in number
No blood parasites seen

Is above parameters are normal..
Posted Tue, 1 May 2012 in Blood Disorders
Answered by Dr. Sumanth.P 41 minutes later
Hello Yuvakumar,

Thanks for posting your query.

All the results you have mentioned above are normal. You need not worry.

This is for your reference:

Your WBC count is within normal limits.

Differential count is also normal. Limits are 4.5-5.2.

Hb% is normal. Limit is above 11 for men.

PCV is normal. Limits are 35% to 45%.

Platelet count, MCV, MCH and MCHC are within normal limits.

RBC and WBC and platelet morphology is also normal.

There is also no blood parasite, which is a good thing.

It is usually tested for malarial parasite.

Hope I have answered your query.

I will be available for your follow up queries if any.

Wishing you good health.


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Follow-up: What are normal blood parameters? 1 hour later
Thanks for Response received.I need more elaboration.
Have elbowpain,at times body ache and also feeling fatigue are all symptoms of slightly low rbc count which is 4.4(range is 4.5-5.2).Is there any medication require for this things.My BMiI is 27.4 which is anything to do with slightly low rbc.
Answered by Dr. Sumanth.P 4 hours later

Nice to hear from you again.

Anemia presents as various symptoms.

Most common of which are fatigue, aches, weakness, shortness of breath, palpitations and lightheadedness.

Your BMI has no effect on your RBC count.

Kindly visit a physician, he might suggest you for Iron supplements or Dietary management, that is foods XXXXXXX in Iron.

Hope I have answered your query.

Wishing you good health.


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