Normal CBC values for teenager female 12-18 years

Teenager CBC normal values chart explain how much cells are found in a blood sample of 12-18 years old female, how much hemoglobin should be in her blood, what is the normal white blood cells count and what is the normal WBCs shape, as well as how much blood platelets which is normally found to help body seal the wounds.
Values are according to universal guidelines.

Unit Count
HB g/dl 12.1-15.3
RBC 10^6/ul 4.24-5.1
HCT (PCV) % 35-44
MCV fl 77-94
MCH pg 26-32
MCHC g/dl 33-37
RETICS % of RBCs 0.2-2.0
PLT *10^3/ul 150-430
WBC (TLC) *10^3/ul 4500-13000
Differential leucocytic count: Absolute values/ul Percentage %
BASO less than 110 0-1
EOSINO less than 600 1-6
NEUTR 2000-8000 40-70
SEGM 40-70
LYMPH 1500-4000 20-45
MONO 80-880 2-8

What is the meaning of normal reference ranges in my teenager daughter’s CBC test?

The reference chart has mentioned the safe blood cells counts especially for teenager female which is 12 to 18 years old.
Not a wide difference between teenager male’s cbc and teenager female’s cbc reference numbers.
Note that: teenager female who have got a women period will normally show anemia in their CBC test which directly seen in the hemoglobin and RBCs values in her CBC results, loss of blood through the female period cycle cause a decrease in RBCs count and thus reduction in hemoglobin values.
Also, teenager female are exposed to various vaginal bacterial infection which may abnormally elevating white blood cells values than normal limits.

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Dr.Megan Ralf

A Medical laboratory Scientist who devoted his life to medical and laboratory sciences, writes his everyday expertise dealing with various pathological conditions through laboratory diagnosis of different body fluids, also participating in many workshops for first aids, infection control, and urgent care. Also Dr Megan Ralf coaching many medical teams.

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