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Haemoglobin report
I did master health check up. My results for blood report are Hb 9.6 PCV 29.0 MCV 73.0 MCH 24.2 RBC 3.97 WBC 7100 Hb count is low which is anemia.. other ranges are normal? Also my Glucose in fasting is 95...will it indicates the initial stage of diabetes?
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U have not mentioned why u did these tests. Or was it a routine checkup. It can be because of anaemia. Foods rich in iron Some of the best plant sources of iron are: Beans and lentils Tofu Baked potatoes Cashews Dark chocolate Pumpkin seeds Watermelon, potato, apple, beet root, pomegranate, strawberries Dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach, broccoli Non veg sources Lean beef Oysters Chicken Turkey Eat a balanced, healthy diet that includes good sources of iron to prevent any deficiencies. Combine vegetarian sources of iron with vitamin C in the same meal.
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