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Forum Name: Hematology Topics
Question: info -Blood test
|gordan1x2 - Thu Jul 05, 2007 5:30 pm||
Im 23 old male and i don't eat meat , before one year i make blood test and rbc ,hct , and hgb were high, now after one year i made once again blood test and rbc are still high these are some of the results , i must say I don’t know if this have some in common but strangely on my skin now I have more black and red dots (spots) on the body , and my mouth is very dry and i feel tirednes :
Hct 0,53 ( 0.37-0.54)
Trombocyte 176- (140-340)
CEP 3 -(4-10)
Mchc 300 -(315 - 350)
Rdw 13.2 (10-15)
mpv 10 -(6.5 - 11)
Pdw 11 (10 - 18)
Mcv 90 - (4 - 97)
proteins- 75 (65-80) , Albumin 52 (35-50) , globulin 23 (27 – 35 )
is something in common with the food because i don't eat meat or something maybe with liver or something else.
thanks ,sorry for my bad english
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Thu Jul 05, 2007 9:01 pm||
I think your RBC's are unrelated to your symptoms. Your RBC's are only slightly elevated. Your HgB and HCT are normal making the RBC level less important. I would not be concerned about this.
I would recommend you discuss your symptoms with your doctor. You may need further testing to see why you are having these symptoms.
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