What Causes High Red Blood Cells?

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High red blood cell count, also referred to as polycythemia, is a medical condition that results in increased level of circulation of red blood cells in the blood stream. It can be caused by a number of factors such as increase in production of red blood cells, kidneys releasing too much of a protein, when the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood is impaired and to compensate for limited oxygen in high altitudes.
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