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Topic: How Does Iron Work, Red Blood Cells and any Relation to Babesia???
Member # 7801
Hi folks. I have a question about Iron.
Babesia is a protazoan in the red blood cells.
If red blood cell count is low, does this indicate the babesia or is it a 'coincidence'? (assuming positive babesia test).
Could the low blood cells be related to the babesia or unrelated and a separate issue
With regard to iron?
How does Iron work??? Is there any kind of spring mechanism that allows iron to be integrated efficiently into the red blood cell system?
Any thoughts/facts/ideas on this?
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