Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count - Normal Range

Red blood cell count, or RBC is a measure of the total number of red blood cells (the cells that carry oxygen through your body) in your blood. A low RBC count can be a sign of MM and may be used to help diagnose the disease. Your doctor may also monitor your RBC count to check for anemia (low RBC count), which can be a side effect of some MM treatments. Anemia can cause weakness, a reduced ability to exercise, shortness of breath, and dizziness.

Red blood cell count is 4.2-5.9 x 106 (RBC) cells/µL

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