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Feeling tired all the time. Hemochromatosis carrier. Altered blood cell count. Liver or spleen problem?

I am a heamochromatosis carrier and my daughter is feeling very tired all the time. She has had a general blood test and she has been asked to go in to see dr as they want to discuss results. She was in hospital last year with a problem with her liver and spleen. They would not release her because if her blood cell count. Could this be why she needs to go back to the doctors? Would a test for anemia show something wrong with her red or white blood cell count? Could this be her liver or spleen again?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

What is her Hb % like. What are her reports like? What about her hemochromatosis status? What about her liver function test? What is her complete blood counts like?

It is very difficult to comment with out a complete report and details. Please update us with the same.

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Hope this helps.
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Answered: Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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