Nov 3, 2005
what should a normal count in a healthy person be?
Response from Dr. Frascino
The normal hemoglobin range for adult men is 14-18 g/dL. For women, it's 12-16 g/dL. Check the archives of this forum for loads of additional information about hemoglobin and anemia. You may also qualify for a free at-home anemia screening tool to check your hemoglobin level. Call 1-888-506-9696 or go to www.anemiapro.com to see if you qualify to receive a free AnemiaPro self-screening kit.
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