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    High rbc count


    If u take something that boosts red blood cell count will the body need more iron? Or will it always need the same amount of iron regardless of rbc count?

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    a little more specific please.

    im on trt and and every 4 months i give a double red blood cell donation to keep my blood in the normal range in terms of thickness. my iron is never high or low and i dont supplement it
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    K u pretty much answered my q. Ty
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    Buuuut, if u get too high rbc count and it effects thickness would aspirin help
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    yes. increased RBC count can increase risk for thinker blood and clotting. and yes, asprin is an antiplatelet drug. it will help prevent blood cells from clotting. but you dont want to take it every single day unless your doctor approves of a low dose asprin for you daily. it can destoy your stomachs lining.
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