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What does this CBC test report indicate?

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Posted on Tue, 10 May 2016
Question: Hi got CBC test todya and found :RBC 5.43, mcv, 63.7, mch 19,mchcm 29.80 ur expert avise need what does it indicates and medicene to follow
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Answered by Dr. BR Hudda (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
She is having anaemia and urine infection

Detailed Answer:
Hello Mr XXXX
welcome to health care magic, I have gone through Mrs Meenu Deswal's reports very diligently and I will try to help you out in best possible way.

She has anaemia means low hemoglobin level (10.3gm/DL) with all the RBC indices (mcv,mch,mchc) are low which might be related to nutritional deficiencies of iron and folic acid or excess blood loss either in the form menses.
One month before her hemoglobin was 11gm/dl so it has decreased in last one month

you need not to worry at all, it's a reversible condition, it can be corrected by iron and folic acid supplements and taking lots of grean leafy vegetables and meat products if she is non vegetarian.

apart from this she has urine infection which might be a reason for fever and burning sensation while passing urine.

tirednes might be related to anaemia, so I would advise her to take iron and multivitamin supplements along with green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits to correct anaemia

she should go for urine culture and sensitivity test to find out the causative organism for urine infection, she may require a course of antibiotics accordingly.

Ask her to have plenty of fluids
please write back to me with her diet plan , any history of excess menses bleeding?
so that I will be able to tell even more precisely.
Waiting for your reply
Best wishes
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What does this CBC test report indicate?

Brief Answer: She is having anaemia and urine infection Detailed Answer: Hello Mr XXXX welcome to health care magic, I have gone through Mrs Meenu Deswal's reports very diligently and I will try to help you out in best possible way. She has anaemia means low hemoglobin level (10.3gm/DL) with all the RBC indices (mcv,mch,mchc) are low which might be related to nutritional deficiencies of iron and folic acid or excess blood loss either in the form menses. One month before her hemoglobin was 11gm/dl so it has decreased in last one month you need not to worry at all, it's a reversible condition, it can be corrected by iron and folic acid supplements and taking lots of grean leafy vegetables and meat products if she is non vegetarian. apart from this she has urine infection which might be a reason for fever and burning sensation while passing urine. tirednes might be related to anaemia, so I would advise her to take iron and multivitamin supplements along with green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits to correct anaemia she should go for urine culture and sensitivity test to find out the causative organism for urine infection, she may require a course of antibiotics accordingly. Ask her to have plenty of fluids please write back to me with her diet plan , any history of excess menses bleeding? so that I will be able to tell even more precisely. Waiting for your reply Best wishes