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My RBC,UR IS 3. What does this mean ?

mY RBC,UR test came back with a reading of 3. I understand the normal range is 0 - 2. What does this mean for me ?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Jan 2011
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Upto 3 is still normal if you have no other symptoms. If you have pain along the side of your abdomen, it can be an indication of renal stones or if you are a long time smoker and over 60, a rare cause is Renal cell carcinoma. But if asymptomatic, it's most likely normal because 3 is still within the upper limit of normal.
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