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Red Blood Cells, How to Increase RBC (Erythrocyte)

30.03.2019
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Red Blood Cells, How to Increase RBC (Erythrocyte)

Red blood cells, also known as RBCs and erythrocytes, are responsible for the oxygen transport throughout the body. Erythrocytes are an important component of blood and constitute approximately 45% of the blood. Erythropoietin (a type of hormone) is responsible for regulating the continuous production of red blood cells in the body. RBCs contain hemoglobin; Hemoglobin is the oxygen-carrying component, which is a pigment that gives red to the blood. Since RBCs are responsible for delivering oxygen to tissues, they play an important role in the healthy functioning of body functions. Therefore, RBC can cause various problems.

What are the normal RBC values?

In males: 4.7 – 6.1 million cells / microliter

In women: 4.2 – 5.4 million cells / microliter

Newborns: 4.8 – 7.2 million cells / microliter

In children: 4.6 – 4.8 million cells / microliter

In pregnancy: slightly lower than normal adult cells

RBC Causes of Erythrocyte depletion

  1. Lupus disease
  2. Immune system diseases
  3. Health problems in the spleen
  4. Hodgkin’s disease
  5. Not enought feeding
  6. B6, B12 vitamins, iron, copper, folic acid deficiency
  7. Iron deficiency anemia
  8. Colon cancer
  9. Sickle cell disease
  10. Rheumatoid arthritis
  11. Pregnancy
  12. Bone marrow disease
  13. Bone marrow damage
  14. Erythropoietin deficiency
  15. Leukemia
  16. Excessive blood loss
  17. Various types of cancer or blood cancer
  18. Insufficiency of bone marrow to produce erythrocytes
  19. Cancer of plasma cells
  20. Metabolic disorders
  21. Chronic inflammation
  22. Excessive fluid consumption
  23. Red cell destruction or deposition due to blood transfusion
  24. Blood vessel damage
  25. Hemolytic anemia
  26. Hemorrhagic infections
  27. Bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract (GI) or other vessel beds
  28. Drugs used for chemotherapy
  29. Excessive menstrual bleeding
  30. Sudden or chronic bleeding, such as stomach bleeding
  31. Kidney Disease

Signs of RBC (Erythrocyte) low

Increase in heart rate

Shortness of breath

Fatigue

Weakness

Weakness

Dizziness (especially while standing)

Shortness of breath

Headache

Pale skin and pale color gums

Chest pain

Infection predisposition

Coldness in hands and feet

Heart palpitations

Learning difficulties in children

Fragility in nails

Treatment of low RBC

If you suffer from erythrocyte miscarriage, you should consult an internal medicine doctor. Treatment for a low number of red blood cells depends on the causes and symptoms of this condition.

Feed on foods rich in iron, copper and folic acid

Feeding with iron, copper-rich foods, adequate intake of folic acid and vitamin A is very important in increasing red blood cells. Pulses, green leafy vegetables such as lentils, cabbage and spinach, dried plums, organs such as liver, bean species, egg yolks, red meat, dried raisins, are among the rich foods in iron. Poultry, liver, whole-grain foods, chocolate, bean species, cherries and nuts are also foods containing copper. Cereals, bread, dark green leafy vegetables, peas, lentils, bean species and nuts have a high proportion of folic acid.

Take Vitamin A

The daily vitamin A requirement for women is 700 mcg and 900 mcg in men. Vitamin A, retinol Provides cell formation of RBCs in the bone marrow by providing access to the iron required for hemoglobin processing. Sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, dark green leafy vegetables, sweet red pepper, apricot, grapefruit, watermelon, plum and melon fruits are rich in Vitamin A.

Live healthy

Avoiding sports, smoking and alcohol will also help to restore erythrocyte levels.

Blood transfusion

If you find it necessary, your doctor will provide you with a blood transfusion and supply the red blood cell from outside.

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