hello doctor i have a 3years 4 months old girl child. she was anemic and went for a blood test. her total RBC count is 5.11, haemoglobin level is 8.60, PCV is 28.90, MCV is 57.00, CH is 16.80, MCHC is 29 ...
HI,i am 24yearold,my 7th month is going on my sugar level during fasting is 100 and after food ... hemoglobincount is 8 but when i did the sugar and hemoglobincount check up late in my 3month of pregnancy ...
Hi Doc. I am a healthy 39 yearold. I have recently had a CBC scan done due to a pre-employment routine. The company test for anemia. Sure enough I had a hemoglobin level of 9.9, and hematocrit of 34 ...
my hemoglobin is 11,1 am i anemic or not
iam 26 yearsold
Hi Frankoplanet ! Yes you are anemic, and you should get yourself investigated for knowing the cause of this. In the meantime, you can take some iron preparations regularly, and repeat your test again after one to two months to see if there is improvement or not. Any hidden source of chronic blood loss has to be excluded as well. If no improvement with iron prep, visit your physician. Good luck.
Dear Doctor, My 8 yearold son is having dark circles under his eyes but from last its getting much darker, what could be the reason? Kindly suggest
Low Hemoglobin levels and undernourishment are common causes which can lea to such dark pigmentation under the eyes. Get his hemoglobin levels assessed.
What should i eat to increase wbc and hemoglobincount in blood its 100,000 and 11 respectively
WBC count increases when you have an infection or certain blood disorders. The normal value is somewhere around 4,000 to 12,000 cells per decilitre (a really small drop of blood), since you have a count of 100k, i think its TOO HIGH and you need to see a doctor and get it looked into. An HB of 11 can be brought up by eating vegetables and taking iron supplements. Red meat also has alot of iron.
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