Causes of low blood cell counts in children include leukemia, chemotherapy or radiation treatment, and lack of sufficient vitamin B-12 in the diet, states Children’s Health Network. An infection such as tuberculosis and ... More »

HIV can cause patients to experience low white blood cell counts, states PDR Health. Patients with HIV often have issues with low leukocytes and low neutrophils, both of which are white blood cells. More »

One cause of low red blood cell count is pregnancy, but this is normal, according to Mayo Clinic. However, among the many other conditions and diseases that can cause a low red blood cell count are cancer, aplastic, vita... More »

Common treatments for low blood cell counts include blood transfusions, medications and stopping other treatments that are causing the cell count to decline. As low blood cell counts are most often a side effect of chemo... More »

According to MedicineNet, a low granulocyte count can be caused by bacterial or viral infections, certain cancers, chemotherapy drugs, radiation treatment or certain autoimmune disorders. A low granulocyte count can also... More » Health Medical Ranges & Levels

Anemia is a disease that is the resultant of a low red blood cell count and low hemoglobin levels. Low hemoglobin levels come from a reduced production of red blood cells or trauma that causes excessive bleeding, states ... More »

Eating iron-rich foods and incorporating vitamin B-12, folic acid and vitamin C into the diet help increase red blood cell count naturally, according to News in Health, the newsletter from the National Institutes of Heal... More » Health Medical Ranges & Levels