How To Stabilize Hemoglobin, Henatocrit And Leukocytes?
Afternoon, I am a 20-year-old daughter, on June 13, yesterday I was sick and was hospitalized for 3 nights, when I checked the doctor said I was not sick, just tired because I had just come down the mountain, but I had a full body. can move like a stroke and then shortness of breath, and tomorrow the doctor draws my blood to check, and the results of the check are my leukocytes number 11,400, my HEMATOCRIT is 36.2 and my HEMOGLOBIN is 9.4, how do I stabilize it?
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The value of the number of leukocytes, hemoglobin and hematocrit is basically very dynamic, depending on the condition of one's body. These three things are a picture of the condition and also the body's response to a disease and these three things cannot be stabilized to remain in the same number continuously for life, because in addition to these cells are constantly being formed and destroyed by the body, third it also really depends on the condition of one's body.
The value of leukocyte count is an examination that illustrates how many white blood cell counts are in the body. A lower or higher value than the normal value indicates an abnormality that occurs in the body, causing these cells to respond as a form of endurance. If the disorder has been overcome, then the value of the number of leukocytes will return to normal is in its range. The best way to protect it is to keep the body from getting inflamed or infected. There is no food, drink or any medicine that can cause leukocytes continuously in the normal range of values.
Similarly, the value of hemoglobin and hematocrit, both show how the function of red blood cells in carrying oxygen throughout the body. Low levels are generally associated with conditions of nutritional deficiencies, bleeding that is happening, blood disorders or impaired kidney function. While the excess value can also describe the body's response to other conditions such as bone marrow disorders, cancer, drug side effects, or environmental factors. Therefore, the best way to make these two things in the normal range is to avoid causing both a decrease or an increase in their levels.
As explained above, that these three things cannot be used as a reference whether you are in a healthy condition or not, because there are many factors that can influence it and its value is very dynamic depending on the patient's condition at the time of the examination.
I hope this helps.