Blood cancers such as leukemia or myelodysplasia stop the younger cells in the bone marrow to grow for a short time. When this happens, older cells will not leave the bone marrow and enter the stream of blood, as a result it cuts your blood count.


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replied December 28th, 2006
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I just have low blood count cuz I cut myself!
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replied December 26th, 2012
Anemia is the medical term for a low red blood cell count. The bone marrow produces red blood cells (RBCs), which normally remain in the circulation for approximately three months. Diseases that decrease RBC production or shorten their lifespan in the circulation cause anemia. Inherited and acquired diseases can cause anemia.
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