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11 year old with high B12 levels, low WBC. Anything serious?

Hi there.. I am concerned about my 11 year old son.. He had a blood test during a routine yearly physical (because he is a high level competive swimmer and had been have lots of problems with muscle recovery and feeling run down etc.) the physio looking after his shoulder injury recommended. It turned out his levels of b12 very extremely high.. White blood cells on the low and urea was low as well as several other things.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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thanks for your query at HCM
The pattern of feeding should be changed .the rate of growth slows down at this age group. Dont push her to eat more.
Give her as much as she can tolerate.
Do deworm her every 6 monthly . follow strict hand washing technique.

i will be available for your help
wishing you a speedy recovery
take care
Dr. Imran Hussain
Answered: Tue, 28 May 2013
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