Large red blood cells, called macrocytosis, are not a cancer symptom but may signal a problem that needs to be examined medically, explains Mayo Clinic. Macrocytosis is not a disease and does not produce symptoms or sign... More »

Elevated red blood cell counts may occur in response to dehydration, which decreases blood plasma levels, according to Mayo Clinic. Kidney, heart and bone marrow disease may also increase red blood cell production. This ... More »

Enlarged blood cells, which clinicians refer to as macrocytosis, may indicate the presence of an underlying disease or health condition, such as vitamin deficiency, hypothyroidism, increased red blood cell production, li... More »

Causes of enlarged red blood cells, or macrocytosis, include folate deficiency, vitamin B-12 deficiency, liver disease, alcoholism and medication side effects, according to Mayo Clinic. Hematologists usually detect macro... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, enlarged red blood cells, or macrocytosis, is a non-specific medical condition that has a number of different causes. Among the most common are vitamin B12 deficiency, folate deficiency, alc... More »

Lung nodules can be a symptom of cancer, but they can also be benign, according to the Mayo Clinic. Lung nodules are masses on the lungs. More »

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Symptoms of uterine, or endometrial, cancer also include bleeding between periods, pelvic pain, bleeding after menopause, pain during intercourse, and an unusual discharge that is watery or blood-tinged, according to May... More »

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