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If you have high red blood cell count what can you do to get it down, is giving blood once a month a solution

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It depends on what is causing your red blood count to go up. Your best answer will come from your Dr. Blood letting is not the answer.

Posted on May 07, 2017

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    Roberta Lane May 07, 2017

    It depends on what is causing the increase in red blood cells. Please consult you Dr. who can advise you.

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Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/23735-white-blood-cells/#ixzz271fxo1OL

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