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Can coumadin cause low hemoglobin

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What causes low hemoglobin?

Hello, my dad is 85 years old. Have a complete blood tests done but he is been sent to see an oncologist . Is there a reason for that? Although the red blood count, Hematocrit and Hgb show low. ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin?

Hello, my dad is 85 years old. Have a complete blood tests done but he is been sent to see an oncologist . Is there a reason for that? Although the red blood count, Hematocrit and Hgb show low ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin level?

Hi, my dad has had low rbc, hemoglobin , and hematocrit for about 3 months now (after several blood tests) but his doctor kept saying its fine. My dad is constantly tired and has low energy. He has been ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin level?

My hemoglobin count is 8.5. Please advise me what to do to increase the count. I dont get sound sleep. Please help ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin levels?

hi my hemoglobin is 9.2 during recent cbc tst . what shall I do . What may b d impact of it . ...
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What are the side effects of Coumadin?

Hi, my question is if coumadin could cause death. The levels are always varying....to high, to low. Im a 29yr old female and want to know if this medicine could cause not only serious internal bleeding ...
 

Does Coumadin cause low urine output?

was prescribed coumadin. The swelling in his leg hasn t decreased (only on coumadin for 2 dosages) but his urine output is very low or non-existent. Is there a correlation? ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin?

I have had clotting during my jens trail cycle I am 48 yrs old. Had bcc hgb 3.56 hot 7.8 . Are there other blood tests that should be done to evaluate this ? Does the excessive bleeding play a factor and can a small fibroid and a sense of sexual...
 

What causes low hemoglobin?

. as a result, his haemoglobin is very low and he gets regular blood transfusions. lately, even after being ... 130 to 180) my question is how low can levels get and what will happen to my dad? ...
 

Would missing Coumadin cause low sodium, potassium and dehydration?

my mom is in the hospital right now she missed 3 day of her coumidan she is 75 yrs. old. she has low sodium, and potassium,with dehydration. would missing her meds for three day s cause ...
 

Is low hemoglobin caused by low iron in blood ?

if in our bodyhave less iron then it can decreased the hemoglobin? ...
 

What causes a low hemoglobin count?

I am a 76 year old female, always in good health,, with regular check ups, good labs, etc. Today I learned that my regular blood test showed a drop in Hemoglobin from 11.5 to7.5. I have been very tired ...
 

Can Cimzia cause low hemoglobin?

HI, I AM SO SCARED. RECENTLY STARTED HAVING LOW WHITE BLOOD CELLS, LOW HEMOGLOBIN, LOW RED CELLS, LOW PLT. IN LAST THREE WEEKS HAVE HAD TO HAVE 4 PINTS BLOOD AND NEUPOGEN SHOTS TO RAISE MY WBC. AFTER ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin in a child?

ok..i was just doing research on my 13 yr old grandson..his hemoglobin is little over 9 and they did blood work on him to find out if it was just low iron,,he is active in sports..he is built little ...
 

What causes low hemoglobin and monocyte count?

taking it. now i checked my blood test it found - HB less and monocyte low. i am having slight blood loss ...
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How to improve hemoglobin level
Dear madam take iron supplementation and take more green leaf veggies which are rich in iron like spinach i suggest you to meet a doc and find out why haemoglobin is low
 
my sister hemoglobin 3.8 plz suggest me how to increase her hemoglobin?
Hi, its very low. Consult local physician and get blood transfusion done.
 
my sister hemoglobin 3.8 plz suggest me how to increase her hemoglobin?
Hi, its very low. Consult local physician and get blood transfusion done.
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