What does it mean if my MCV is high?
Is high MCV serious?
Does high MCV mean liver disease?
What causes high MCV and MCH?
High MCH scores are commonly a sign of macrocytic anemia. This condition occurs when the blood cells are too big, which can be a result of not having enough vitamin B12 or folic acid in the body. High MCH scores may also be the result of the following: liver diseases.
How do you treat high MCV?
Can stress cause high MCV?
Is it bad if my MCH is high?
How can I lower my MCV and MCH levels?
What cancers cause high MCH levels?
Having an MCH level above 31 picograms/cell is most commonly associated with the following conditions: Certain types of kidney diseases, including kidney cancer. Congenital heart defect. Lung disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pulmonary fibrosis4.