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Is there any danger in my blood test?

I got some blood test reslts and i was told that i have low iron of 6, and mytosycosis (something like that)-unusually small RBC, and my WBC is 1.6 is that something to worry about?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Nov 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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You could be suffering from a condition called microcytic anemia where the red blood cells are smaller in size than the normal rbc.A wbc count of 1.6 is definately lower than normal and should be evaluated.
Microcytic anemia is usualy caused due to iron deficiency .However You need to do a stool examination for detecting parasites and occult blood and rule out other causes before you start taking iron supplements.
Take Care!
Answered: Tue, 30 Nov 2010
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Pediatrician Dr. Suryakanta Baraha's  Response
its like to b iron deficiency anemia. take one iron salt tablet daily. do ablood test after 15 day. see the improvement.check for cause of this by consulting physician. he will do some other investigation
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Homeopath Dr. Sasi kala's  Response
it is commonly found that the size of red blood cells are smaller in should increase the haemoglobin should check for the discharge of blood.And you should take care of diet sothat you can increase red blood cells. you can try homeopathy
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