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low haemoglobin, pcv, mcv, mch and eosinophils count and...

i have low haemoglobin, pcv, mcv, mch and eosinophils count and high total RBC count.. what does that indicate?
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replied November 23rd, 2014
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it means it is hypochromic microcytic anemia. Iron deficiency is the likely cause. Take folate and iron supplements an get a detailed correlation with the condition for further management.

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