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Infant with low MCV, WBC, polymorphs and high lymphocytes. What does this indicate?

Hi My babies have a ten months old,yeasterday taken a full blood test for my baby.the result shown mcv is low,mch is normal,mchc is normal, wbc is low,polymorphs is low,lymphocytes is high,Eosinophils is normal,but what are these particulars is low and normal,what are the implication blood circulation is low,how will improve blood circulation,please tell me ides
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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hello and thanks for the query,
well from the report of the blood work up only mcv is low which means mean corpuscular volume but from the other values I would say there is nothing to worry about as such the baby just needs proper nutrition and adequate fluids, I think you would suggest the paediatrician and the dietician or nutritionist to suggest adequate diet to improve the child's hb levels the food items suitable at this age to increase the iron intake.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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