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MCH, MCV, and MPV levels are consistently low, platelets are high

My MCH, MCV,& MPV levels are consistently low over a long period of time. My Platletts are high and my PCM just told me that she is going to send me to an oncologist , but I have to wait to see them. Can anyone give me some answers? (mother has Lupus , I ve had some recent visin changes, bruise easily, prone to infection/getting sick easily) In my eyes, it doesnt sound so good. HELP
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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Your problem is definitely to b thought about..u must go to oncologist as ur platelet count is high..
But don't worry at all as it is only to exclude but remember ther is treatment for ur problem..
U wil b done bone marrow biopsy further by oncologist..
Nd it wil decide ur diagnosis..
All d best..
Answered: Thu, 31 May 2012
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