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Anemia with High Ferritin
In a test conducted recently I found low RBC count (4.4mil/Ul), haemoglobin (12.7 g/dL), hematocrit (39.4%), mean platelet volume (5.9 fL) and high lymphocytes (45 %). I did a serum ferritin test and found high levels of ferritin (398.2 ng/mL). Vitamin B12 was high too (1092 pg/mL). I already have grade 1 fatty liver and high cholesterol for the past 1.5 years for which I have been taking medication (details provided). LFT at present is normal with only mildly high albumin (5.1) and lactase dehydrodenase (210 U/L) 9 months back my thyroid profile suggested mild hypothyroidism due to high thyroid gland antibodies (ANTi-THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES > 1300 U/ml). I however did not take thyroid medicines I practice yoga and T3, T4 & TSH levels are normal now. I feel slight pressure on the lower right abdomen now which wasn't there before and feel a little more tired on heavy running of-late. What should I do about the anemia and high ferritin levels? Reports Attached.
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Hi as you have multiple presentations and worried about your report you need to be examined and finding should be co related with reports.... Kindly consult physician for explanation and counseling....
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