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...
Blood test done, shows RBC, MCV, MCH, Iron Bind Cap. Normal report?
High I received my lab test result back which were acceptable, normally my lab result come back stating normal. I seen a few flags on the side: RBC 5,30 MCV 76 MCH 23.6 MCHC 31.1 EOS 10% EOS (Absolute) 0.7 Iron Bind Cap 248 Can you tell me what s going on with my body and what can I do to change...
Done CBC test. How to increase MCH and MCV?
i am a girl never marrided 30 y old my weight is 60 kg and my fat percent is 34 % means 7 kg extra fat from the standard active girl with ovarian tumor operated at 10 months age (baby) dermoid again at 28 y but with 2% malignancy my cbc was normal with hb 13 without any supplements on age of 26 i...
low MCV and low MCH but all other levels normal. What is it ?
I am a 46 year old male. For over 7 years I have had low levels of MCV (78) and MCH (25) but all my other blood levels are normal including iron, B12, RBC, hemoglobin, hematocrit , MCHC, RDW, WBC, platelets, MPV, differential WBC s, thyroid and liver function. What does this mean in terms of...
im 6 months 2 weeks pregnant and having a craving for clay,its sometimes so much severe that i can't resist and just go for it.HELP PLZZZZ!!!!
Hello and welcome to HCM,
A craving for clay is called 'pica'.
Pica occurs due to iron deficiency anemia.
Iron deficiency anemia is common during pregnancy.
Get your hemogram done (hemoglobin, RBC count, MCV, MCH, MCHC and RDW).
Iron deficiency is treated with iron supplements.
Iron supplements are given during pregnancy irrespective whether the woman is anemic or not.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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