Low hemoglobin counts may be linked to certain diseases and conditions such as cancer, cirrhosis, hypothyroidism, iron deficiency anemia, kidney disease, leukemia and certain medications. Additional causes may include an... More »

Conditions such as Hodgkin's disease, cirrhosis of the liver and different types of anemia can cause low hemoglobin levels, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Pregnancy, kidney disease, certain medications and lead poisoning can ... More »

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A low hemoglobin count, also known as anemia, is caused by pregnancy, a menstrual period, a diet low in iron, blood loss, or a disease that causes the body to produce fewer red blood cells or to destroy red blood cells. ... More »

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Low globulin levels can indicate that someone is suffering from autoimmune disease, cirrhosis, kidney disease or multiple myeloma, according to Healthline. Doctors use a total protein test to measure globulin levels. More »

Conditions such as Hodgkin's disease, cirrhosis of the liver and different types of anemia can cause low hemoglobin levels, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Pregnancy, kidney disease, certain medications and lead poisoning can ... More »

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People with low antibody levels may suffer from leukemia, macroglobulinemia, multiple myeloma, kidney disease, enteropathy, certain inherited immune diseases and ataxia-telangiectasia, according to WebMD. It is also poss... More »

Low thyroid-stimulating hormone, or TSH, levels can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, leg cramps, dry skin and a feeling of being too cold and can cause an underactive thyroid gland, or hypothyroidism, explains Cleveland... More »