RBC count measures the number of red blood cells in a volume of blood and usually ranges from 4.2 to 5.9 million cells per cmm. RBC decreases with anemia; increased when too many are made and with fluid loss due to diarrhea, dehydration, burns.
Hgb measures the amount of hemoglobin molecule in a volume of blood and usually measures 12 to 16grams per deciliter (one-hundredth of a liter) for women. Hgb mirrors RBC results.
MCV is the measurement of the average size or volume of a typical red blood cell in a blood sample and usually ranges between 80 to 100 femtoliters ( a fraction of one-millionth of a liter).
It increases with B12 and Folate deficiency.
MCH measures the amount of hemoglobin in an average red blood cell and usually ranges between 27 to 32 picograms ( a small fraction of a gram). It mirrors MCV results.
Platelet Count measures the number of platelets in a volume of blood and usually ranges between 150,000 to 400,000 per cmm. It increases or decreases with any condition that affect the platelet production. A platelet is a minute, nonnucleated, disk like cytoplasmic body found in blood plasma of mammals. It's from a megakaryocyte and to promote blood clotting.
MPV reflects the average volume of your platelets. A high MPV is associated with a high risk of heart attack and stroke. The normal range is 7.5 to 11.5. MPV will vary with platelet production; younger platelets are larger than older ones.
I don't know why you were having these test done. Your history and symptoms are a major deciding factor as to whether or not your values are an indicator of illness. There are a multitude of ways to interpret your results. However, the difference in your ranges compared to the standard ranges are very small and therefore may pose no problem at all. Please contact your Physician and request a better explanation.
It would be helpful if you give the normal ranges; labs ranges vary from lab to lab alot.