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Noticed blood in Vials drawn, fainted red colour. Is it due to low haemoglobin?

Lately when I have lab work done and by lately I mean since Sept of 2012 I have noticed the blood in the vials drawn isn t the typical dark red blood. It looks more like a very light or faint red and almost the consistency of water. My HGB at the gyncologist was 10.4 is this light color blood have something to do with the low hemaglobin?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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thanks for your query
i can feel your concerns
yes,low haemoglobin result in blood thinning and also colour becomes light
i advise you to investigate the cause of low haemoglobin and take treatment from your doctor accordingly
wishing you speedy recovery
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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