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EKG showed abnormalities, blood tests showed complete blood count abnormal. What could this mean?

I had a EKG about 3 weeks ago and it showed some abnormalities and the clinic called it the silent killer and sent me for blood tests. The tests finally came back and it says Complete Blood Count Abnormal 14.6 RDW . They asked me to make an appt and I tried to get in but the appt is for another 3 weeks. How bad can this be if I can wait another 3 weeks, besides they mailed me a note with the result mentioned. No other results are listed in the index. Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Dear friend I keep repeating that you should always send complete medical history including your age, symptoms, history of Diabetes, Hypertension, family history.
Your querry is also very vague silent killer?? abnormal blood count????
Dont believe on computerised reporting ..

You collect report and either consult some physician or get back to me with history

I will be happy in helping you
Thank you
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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