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Has anyone on here been diagnosed with Polythemia Vera?
Hi, I'm Linda D.
I went back to Dr. yesterday (8/11) and my white and red cells were still elevated, and my hemocrip (?spelling?) was at border line. Did another phlebotomy. They had to give me a bag of fluid before I could leave, almost fainted on them. They told me next time to hydrate as much as I could. Well, this appt. was at 8:15 am so it was hard to drink that much so early. My next appt is in th…   Read more…

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