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  1. Health problems that may result from PKD include: Anemia Bleeding or rupture of cysts Long-term (chronic) kidney disease End-stage kidney disease High blood pressure Infection ...
  2. ... radiation therapy, or infection) Cirrhosis of the liver Anemia caused by low iron levels, or low levels of vitamin B12 or folate Chronic kidney disease Reticulocyte count may be higher during pregnancy.
  3. ... normal EPO level may be seen in chronic kidney failure , anemia of chronic disease , or polycythemia vera .
  4. ... Before and after major surgery During pregnancy Chronic kidney disease or many other chronic medical problems Monitoring of anemia and its cause Monitoring during treatment for cancer ...
  5. ... normal numbers of RBCs may be due to: Anemia Bleeding Bone marrow failure (for example, from radiation, toxins, or tumor) Deficiency of a hormone called erythropoietin (caused by kidney disease) RBC destruction ( hemolysis ) due to transfusion, blood vessel ...
  6. ... for another condition. Signs of glomerulonephritis can include: ... be seen, including: Nerve inflammation (polyneuropathy) Signs ...
  7. ... problems) Long-term (chronic) diseases such as chronic kidney disease, cancer, ulcerative colitis, or rheumatoid arthritis Some forms of anemia, such as thalassemia or sickle cell anemia, which ...
  8. ... test result may be incorrect in people with anemia, kidney disease, or certain blood disorders ( thalassemia ). Talk to your provider if you have any of these conditions. Certain medicines can also result in ...
  9. ... older adulthood. Lifelong treatment may control the symptoms of chronic kidney disease.
  10. ... conditions or events: Abnormal or rapid heart rhythms Anemia Anxiety ... Pregnancy, because of increased fluid and blood in the body
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