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Your MPV is slightly low. This tells about the average size of the platelets. MPV needs to be corroborated with the platelet counts. If the counts are normal; it is not worrisome. A low volume of platelet is rarely associated by slight bleeding risk but with counts being normal; this risk is extremely low.
RDW normal range is considered as 11.6-14.6% in adults. Your is slightly high. Elevated RDW gives a clue for a diagnosis of early nutritional deficiency such as iron, folate, or vitamin B12 deficency as it becomes elevated earlier than other red blood cell parameters. Iron deficiency may cause it. Since you are already on iron supplement; this is likely to take care of it. You may get following, if not already done;
1) Vitamin D level
2) Peripheral blood film
3) Vitamin B-12
5) Reticulocyte count
7) Thyroid-stimulating hormone
8) Serum creatinine and estimated glomerular filtration rate
9) Serum ferritin
10) Serum iron
11) Total iron-binding capacity
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