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Does increase in hb and platelet count mean one suffering from megaloblastic anemia is responding to the treatment ?

as i have asked a question before when my hb level was 6.5 now after 10 days i got a check up after following doctor s prescription and now my hb level is 9.8 and my platelet count which was 0.64 lakh is now 10.90 lakh i am suffering from megaloblastic anemia is this increase abnormal my doctor says that my bone marrow is responding to the treatment.and in the peripheral smear there are many tear drop cells what does this mean..
Asked On : Wed, 12 Oct 2011
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Hello.Welcome.tear drop means the shape of the red blood cell which mimics the shape of tear drops.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Hello.Welcome.Tear drop cells in peripheral smear indicate intense haemopoiesis occurring in your body.Your system is in full throttle to make fresh hemoglobin with the help of treatment.Your treatment is going on right direction and you are improving.Good luck.
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