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These are mild increase in the levels.In polycythemia there can be increase in the levels but there the hemoglobin level is considered to be above 16.5 gm & hematocrit level above 48.
You can see a hematologist for a complete physical examination including the assessment of body habitus (stature), vital signs, oxygen saturation, heart and lung exams, and evaluating for an enlarged spleen (splenomegaly).
Erythropoietin (EPO) blood levels may also be helpful.
Chances of any serious disease are less.
However if your tiredness,fatigue and bruising are not getting better then you should see a hematologist.
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Your ferritin levels are withing normal range.
A serum ferritin concentration below 12 ug/L is virtually diagnostic of absent iron stores.
If your Iron profile is normal then you shouldn't worry about it.
A clinical exam by Hematologist can be helpful as your tiredness,fatigue and bruising are not improving.
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