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Had a lump in my neck in april had blood test white & red cells very low, had a course of B12 injections, more blood tests no change to blood, had a scan on my neck and now I need bone marrow biopsy?

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I am a tyroid cancer surviver and have these done yearly your tyroid produces hormones so they are checking these counts to figure out if your tyroid is underactive or overactive to see what kind of meds you'll need and diabetes that's to test your blood sugar levels

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    2. Eat more vitamin E: It is needed to keep red blood cells healthy in the body. Dark green vegetables, mango, avocado, nuts, and seeds are some of the food rich in Vitamin E.
    3. Eat more Vitamin B2: Almonds, mushrooms and sesame seeds are rich in vitamin B2. It is required to maintain the health of Red blood cells in the body.
    4. Eat More Vitamin B3: Peanuts, mushrooms, green peas, sunflower seeds and avocado are some of the richest vitamin B3 foods on the planet.
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