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Mild aniopoikilosytosis
Does mild aniopoikilosytosis mean I have cancer cells ? I am very scared. Is this something very very serious?
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Poikilocytosis means that there are too many shapes of RBCs in your blood. They are not homogeneous. It is only a sign of iron deficiency which is being corrected by Iron treatment. It is a fancy name to impress you. It has nothing to do with cancer.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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According to your query and sign and symptom you want to know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment of mild anisopoikilosytosis. We Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods and • take home made food only and do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation and • keep positive attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life .
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Don't be scared.
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Due various reasons..that cells should be like that... kindly consult for further evaluation
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