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Blood test done for TLC, ESR, MCHC. HBsAg came negative. Can you explain?

sir i want to inquire blood results TLC is 5.9 Haemoglobin is 9.9 ESR is 100 RBC is 3.46 HCT(PCV) is 33.4 MCV is 97 MCH is 28.6 MCHC is 29.6 Platelets is 98 Differential Leukocytes count Neutrophils is 60 Lymphocytes is 35 Monocytes is 03 Eosinophils is 02 Hepatitis profile bilirubin is 0.6 Hepatitis screening HBsAg is Negative Anti HCV is positive Please sir tell me results
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM
I am a General Physician and like to answer your query. As per detail you have given, you are suffering from a major disease Hepatitis C, in addition to that Anemia (Low HB 9.9), Low Platelet Count and High ESR count. But you needs to be get this test done again because S. Bilirubin level is normal which make slight confusion to diagnose Hepatitis C (you might be in the early stage). These all abnormal results may be due to Hepatitis C but needs to be investigated in detail. According to your Heamogram report Anemia is more likely to be due to Vitamin B12 deficiency, go for S. Vitamin B12 blood examination.
Consult your Doctor immediately and get started the antiviral therapy (treatment of Hepatitis C) and further investigate for other related diseases you might be suffering from. Till that follow some advises which you have to take till the disease cures:
1. Stop Alcohol and smoking immediately
2. Avoid Fatty, Spicy and oily food
3. take the diet which helps in liver functions like fresh sugarcane juice
4. Make a diet chart according to your weight and follow it.
5. Loose weight if overweight
6. Avoid unprotected sex
The ultimate goals of antiviral therapy are to eliminate HCV, prevent transmission, improve or normalize the liver tests and histology (microscopic appearance), prevent progression to cirrhosis and liver cancer, prolong survival, and improve the quality of life. My last advice is to consult your doctor and follow his advise.
If have some queries in the future, i will be happy to answer them.
Best Wishes
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Bhatia
Health Care Magic
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Your hemoglobin,PCV and MCHC are low and pointing towards chronic iron deficiency anemia.
Rest of the report is normal
Consult your doctor for the treatment.
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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