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My blood report is as under pleases advise accordingly: TOTAL COUNT Leucocyte : 4800 per cmm; Erythrocyte: 3,970,000 per cmm HAEMOGLOBIN 11.4 G/100 ml 76% DIFFERENTIAL LEUCOCYTE COUNT Polymorphonuclear neutrophills 56% Lymphocytes 39% Monocytes 1% Eosinophills 4% Basophills 0% OTHER CELLS RBC show mild hypochromia. Platelets appear adequate ERYTHROCYTE SEDIMENTATION RATE PARASITES Westergren Thick & thin smear examined for Malarial Parasites : None found 1st hour 24 mm 2nd hour 56 mm
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Your total count for different blood components are within in the normal limits. The most important finding in you blood test is mainly the Hemoglobin level of 11.4 gm/100 ml. This is surely less than what it should be. Another important finding is the RBC showing as mild hypochromia, which is a significant finding for iron deficiency anemia. Although the level of your hemoglobin is not that much low that you require iron medication, if you don not have any symptoms of weakness, malaise and other problems.
You can improve your hemoglobin level by taking iron rich food regular and that can be easily done. Common iron rich foods are green leafy vegetables, dates, jaggery and if your take non veg than meat and liver are important source for iron.
So if you have no other problems you can start taking iron rich food to make the compensation for iron deficiency and this will be corrected, other wise many iron supplements are available which you doctor will prescribe you.
Thanks and take care.
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Hi.. The above blood report shows that the hemoglobin is less, normal range is between 12 to 16 in females, and 14 to 18gm/100ml in males.. There no malaria.. only lymphocyte count is mildly increased.., normal range is between 15 to 30%.. shows the infection can be viral fever..

Take care..
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
General & Family Physician Dr. Das Arindam's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM I am Dr Das
First of all, the problems of your reports are mainly hemoglobin lower than normal, and mild hypochromia .
Mild hypochromia does not mean anything. It has to be clarified So, first do a complete hologram including mcv , mch , MCHC, rdw values indicating the problem.
Do these and upload report, i will answer.
Answered: Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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