1564087 tn?1308951118
Abnormal blood test results?
What dose this mean?? I've been having some really odd  symptoms over the years... could this be apart?


                                          Mine                                                  Normal ranges      
HEMATOCRIT (HCT)        "low  31.1 "                                                    37 - 47

HEMOGLOBIN (HGB)       "low   8.4"                                                     12 - 16

MCH (Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin)     "low   22.6"                                26 -33

MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume)       "low   76.6"                                   80 - 100

MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration)    "low  29.5"           32 - 36

W.B.C. (White Blood Cell Count)        "low  4.06"                                    4.5 - 10        

BASOPHILS and BASOPHIL COUNT      "high 2.394"                               0-2

RBC MORPHOLOGY -    1+  Microcytes
                                     1+  Polychromasia
                                     1+  Spherocytes

Vitamin D 25 HYDROXY   -    9.9

My symptoms

severe cravings for pure salt
severe fatigue
muscle pain
muscle spasms (on both sides of body)
random body tics/jerks
severe migraines
joint/bone pain
memory issues
severe shortness of breath
random dizziness/ lightheadness
weight gain and weight loss
random nausea
eyes jerking/spasms (side to side) super fast and only last a few seconds.
random sharp shooting abdominal pain (above belly button and in ovaries)
hands randomly  become red, burns, and itches super bad!!  sometimes swell up!
heavy or absent menstrual !!!!!!!!!!

My menstrual has been absent for almost 2 months now, so I don't understand why its all low.

I'm a 25 year old female. I don't smoke, drink or do and type of drugs and i'm not on any meds...

i do have a mitral valve prolapse with regurgitation.
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