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 »

Symptoms of a low hemoglobin count in the blood include fatigue, shortness of breath, a heart that races more than usual during exercise, and paleness in the skin and gums, explains Mayo Clinic. A doctor can order a labo... More »

Inadequate generation of red blood cells, platelets or white blood cells by the bone marrow can cause a low blood count. This can occur due to certain bone marrow diseases such as paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, apl... More »

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

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Low white blood cell counts are treated with blood transfusions and medications that stimulate production of blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. If white blood cell counts are low due to cancer treatment, physicians m... More »

The technical term for a low blood platelet count is thrombocytopenia, and treatments range from addressing the underlying condition, and, if applicable, blood transfusions or treatment for the disease idiopathic thrombo... More »

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A low white-blood-cell count can be increased with a blood transfusion and medications designed to stimulate white blood cell production. If the low count is caused by chemotherapy, temporarily stopping the cancer treatm... More »

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