High mchc and mch low rbc and ast Are these common

Patient

Q: High mchc and mch low rbc and ast.
Are these common denominators in early pregnancy?

Doctor

A:   Hi,
Thanks for the query.

I understand your concern.
According to the levels, there is possibility of megaloblastic anemia, which can present with low RBC, high MCH and anisocytosis etc.
By estimating vitamin B12 and folic acid levels, the possibility of megaloblastic anemia can be identified.
So, please consult your doctor get evaluated and take treatment accordingly.

Take care.

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