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I NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT IS CAUSING MY LOSS OF RED BLOOD CELL NUMBERS AND WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMES

I AM SO TIRED ALL THE TIME I AM NOT ABLE TO DO MY NORMAL ACTIVITIES PLAY AND OR WORK. I FALL ASLEEP ALL THE TIME IF I SIT DOWN TO REST

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Go to doctor.com and ask that question and get the answer or go to google.com and type that question. Sure you will be satisfied

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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


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.

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What causes low red blood count


Anemia can be caused by pregnancy (usually normal), disease (eg cancer), bleeding (eg menstruation) or an infection somewhere (eg kidneys).

Since it can possibly indicate something serious, pay attention to your doctor and go with that advice.

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MY BLOOD PRESSURE IS 145/90. I am 71. i AM OTHERWISE HEALTHY. SHOULD I WORRY ABOUT THIS


Rena: Normal blood pressure is a reading below 120/80. Your bottom number is a little too high. Here is where to start: decrease salt in your diet. Try to decrease stress (like taking a stress management class). Increase your daily exercise. Herbs that may help lower blood pressure include basil, cinnamin, flaxseed, garlic, ginger, hawthorn, celery seed, French lavendar, and cat's claw (but NOT the real cat!) :) Take your blood pressure at different times of the day and keep a record. Uncontrolld high blood pressure can lead to stroke by damaging and weakening your brain's blood vessels, causing them to narrow, rupture or leak. High blood pressure can also cause blood clots to form in the arteries leading to your brain, blocking blood flow and potentially causing a stroke. I used to work in a dialysis clinic and there were always plenty of men that did not control their blood pressure for many years and eventually wore out their kidneys. If you consistently stay above the recommended numbers, go see your doctor.

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What is the normal blood preasure level


Manyi,

It is not a clever idea to be getting your medical advice via contemporary wisdom from the internet...

The human body is a very complex organism... and only
certified physicians should be advising you on your COMPLETE health situation.

Normal will always grace every number you will get from any serious professional... and over time these "norms" have OFTEN CHANGED

The NUMBER pictured in your question would be a great blood pressure (normally speaking... but a 70 pulse AT REST is a bit high for a FIT person...

Worrying about it will only stress you out and make your numbers worse... Worse still is the NOTION that GETTING the RIGHT numbers are important... when in fact... it is what your REGULAR real blood-pressure might be doing to your system as a whole...

Keeping your BRAIN AND YOUR TOES all properly oxigenated.

Check out the wiki article... and realize that a HEALTHY PERSON can significantly alter their REAL numbers with diet, exercise...

Where as a person with any systemic conditions could exacerbate their poor health by ill-advised diets or over-exertion.

Slim milk... for example... has heavier doses of SALT to make up for the loss of flavor... MOST low fat foods resort to such SHABBY TRICKS...

Hense the need for an educated physician (MD) to guide you!!!

Blood pressure Wikipedia

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What causes low blood pressure?


Some of the causes of low blood pressure are:
1. Genes- Low blood pressure can be genetic.
2. Aging- Aging can also cause low blood pressure, as the age increases blood pressure can either increase or decrease.
3. Medication- Some types of medication is also responsible for low blood pressure.
4. Dehydration- Low blood pressure can also occur due to fluid loss in our body.


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I have just been told I have a low red blood count and that the red blood cells are shrinking what can this be please


Check this page out okay good luck

https://www.caring.com/articles/low-red-blood-cell-count

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Blood test abbreviations list


Common Blood Test Abbreviations
  • ALT - Alanine Transaminase (part of liver function test)
  • ANA - Antinuclear Antibody (part of liver function test)
  • AST - Alanine Aminotransferase (part of liver function test)
  • BAC - Blood Alcohol Concentration
  • BMP - Basic Metabolic Panel (a group of tests)
  • BNP - Beta Natriuretic Peptide (testing for congestive heart failure)
  • BUN - Blood Urea Nitrogen (part of kidney function test)
  • CA - Calcium (test blood calcium levels)
  • CBC - Complete Blood Count (test red and white blood cells)
  • CK - Creatine Phosphokinase (test for muscle damage)
  • CR - Creatinine (part of kidney function test)
  • ESR - Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (tests for inflammation)
  • HCT - Hematocrit (part of the CBC test)
  • HDL/LDL - High Density Lipoproteins/High Density Lipoproteins (testing for good and bad cholesterol)
  • INR - International Normalized Ratio (blood clotting test)
  • K - Potassium (test for potassium levels)
  • Mg - Magnesium (test for magnesium levels)
  • Na - Sodium (test for sodium levels)
  • PSA - Prostate Specific Antigen (prostate cancer test)
  • PT - Prothrombin Time (test blood clotting)
  • RBC - Red Blood Cell Count (part of the CBC test)
  • TPO - Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (test for antibodies to thyroid)
  • Trig - Triglygerides (part of cholesterol test)
  • TSH - Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (one of the main tests of a thyroid test)
  • WBC - White Blood Cell Count (part of the CBC test)

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Does high blood pressures med.cause you to have memory problems? And is there a way to get back off high blood pressure meds.?


As you know from watching television, all medications have many potential side effects. However, having said that, as a working RN for 25 years, I have never heard of blood pressure meds causing memory problems. If anything, it is the other way around: high blood pressure may cause decreased circulation to the brain and therefore possibly cause some memory loss. The thing about blood pressure meds is this: they are very very important! If you allow high blood pressure to go untreated, you can damage your eyes and your kidneys, both which have tons of small blood vessels. You can also wind up having a stroke. Generally, it is unsafe to get off blood pressure medications on your own.

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I often get very sore, red eyes. How do I know when I should see a doctor about it?


Sore, red eyes can be a sign of tired eyes. Taking regular breaks and reading in a good light can all help to avoid eye strain.

But if you get any of the following symptoms are concerned about your eyes you should seek immediate medical attention;

1. Blurry vision

2. Headaches

3. Trouble focusing

4. Sudden loss of vision

5. Eye pain

6. Red eyes

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Can't find the parts of a red blood cell


Hi try this website, there is a labeling of the red blood cell there. You must pass your mouse over the cell to see the labels. http://www.biotopics.co.uk/circuln/blood.html

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