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what is a normal blood count? mine was 10.4, and I''m tired all the time. I;m 59 and just got over mono.Could a low bloodcount make you tired?

A: Dear copycat, Hello! I think you are asking what is the normal hemoglobin value? 13 to 15gm % is normal inwomen. As you have 10.4 gm%. I would suggest you to take iron supplements. Visit a physician with the reportand get it analyzed properly. what other tests have you done? what other symptoms you have?Take care!...
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please what is a normal potassium leval? i was in the hospital 10 days-7 ivs, hemoglobin leval was 5.8-6.4,bloodtransfusions, weight 78lbs. anerixicand other obvious reasons ruled out. thank you

A: The normal level of potassium is 3.5-5.0meq/l. The causes for low potassium levels are vomiting, kidneylosses, drugs, amino glycosides, other medical conditions etc. Weakness, tiredness, or cramping in arm or legmuscles, tingling, numbness, constipation etc are the manifestations.Excess laxative abuse can also cause hypokalemia. The heart muscle needs potassium to beat properly andregulate blood pressure. I would recommend that you consult your physician for complete evaluation and furtherassistance on treatment. Best....
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what is a normal hgb a1c?

A: Hemoglobin a1c (HgBA1c, normally abbreviated HbA1c or simply A1c) is a test done to monitor diabetes, specifically how well diabetes is under control over a period of months, according to Medline Plus. normal levels vary based on several factors.Identificationnormal HbA1c varies based on whether or not a person has diabetes. A person who does not have diabetes will have a normal HbA1c of 6 percent or lower, while a person with diabetes should have an HbA1c of 7 percent or lower, according to Medline Plus....


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my 6yr.old had a high blood sugar level in his lab work. The pediatrician said it was122. is this really high? what is a normal level for a child his age?

A: Carroll - was it a fasting test? The only accurate test for high blood sugar is a fasting lab. No, 122 is not high unless that reading was done after fasting all night. I not sure about children, but adultsnormal blood sugar usually run about 100 to 120. THE normal BLOOD SUGARS is ABOUT 80-120 , ONE 122 CAN SAY HE MAY BE LIKE GOING INTO DIABETES, ASK His DR , TO GIVE HIM A HEMOGLOBIN A-1C WHICH WILL TELL what His BLOOD SUGARS ARE RUNNING..GOOD LUCK, .. The blood sugar (first thing in the morning after an overnight fast) is between 110 mg/dl and 125 mg/dlORThe blood...
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what is a normal rbc?

A: Answer Red blood cells, whose size, shape and hemoglobin levels are within the normal standards. Diameter: 6-8 micrometers Shape: Biconcave (Dough-nut shaped) Hgb level: Males: 13-18 g/dL Females: 12-16 g/dL Mostly, any deviations from those reference ranges can be defined as a form of anemia, e.g. microcytic hypochromic anemia; which means anemia characterized by a small sized RBC with low levels of Hb The above levels are for Hemoglobin only, so to answer the question more completely, the levels for RBC''s are: ∑ Males: 4.71mm≥ - 5.14mm≥ ∑ Females: 4.2mm≥ - 4.8mm≥...


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My blood sugar level is 8.6 ? what is the normal level?

A: 7 is the right level,i think between 5-9 is normal. NO that is way high !!!!! normal is just below 6 ... stop drinking cola and see a doc. I''m assuming that this is the a1c test and 8.6 means that you been out of control for a couple of month usually the a1c is done every 3 moth and it should be 4.5 to 4.7 more than that is not good but if you can at least get a 5.0 is still an improvement . On the glucose test or the blood sugar level which you can do at home with a glucometer they just lower the level99

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what is the normal range for hemoglobin a1c test?

A: normals vary from lab to lab In our practice the normal is 4.4-6.6 For a diabetic under 7 is very good. If it is too low that means there are too many episodes of hypoglycemia and insulin dose needs to be adjusted. It''s only a problem if it''s too high. There''s really no "low" reading. That is perfectly normal, definitely for his age. If he was around 15 years old or up I would consider it low but you guys have nothing to worry about. 4.0 to 6.0 For an adult non-diabetic, it is around 5. For a diabetic, around 6. Complications...


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what Does A Low Hemoglobin Count Mean?

A: A low hemoglobin count means that you have iron deficiency anemia. This may indicate that your body does not receive or produce adequate amounts of iron that is needed for the body, and may also indicate that you have not been ingesting iron rich food or maybe linked with blood disorders. It is important to take iron supplements. A low hemoglobin count is the definition of anemia. If you know your count, you''ve obviously visited a doctor and they will have recommended a treatment plan. This will often include taking an iron supplement, altering your diet, or taking prescription drugs if the anemia

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what Does A Low Hemoglobin Count Mean?

A: A low hemoglobin count means that you have iron deficiency anemia. This may indicate that your body does not receive or produce adequate amounts of iron that is needed for the body, and may also indicate that you have not been ingesting iron rich food or maybe linked with blood disorders. It is important to take iron supplements. A low hemoglobin count is the definition of anemia. If you know your count, you''ve obviously visited a doctor and they will have recommended a treatment plan. This will often include taking an iron supplement, altering your diet, or taking prescription drugs if the anemia

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what is a Pulse Oximetry Probe?

A: A pulse oximeter is a portable, noninvasive computerized device that allows healthcare workers or patient caretakers to measure the amount of hemoglobin in the red blood cells saturated with oxygen, or O2. The device consists of a pulse oximetry probe that attaches to a patient`s finger, toe, across the bridge of the nose or on the earlobe and the computerized unit that displays the subsequent reading, usually in numbers as a percentage. This reading is referred to as a patient`s "oxygen saturation level" or "O2 sat." normal values range from 95 to 99 percent in a healthy individual.. Most pulse oximetry probes are of a clip-on style, some

 
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