If you have oddities with your blood work such as you've mentioned, it makes perfect sense to see a hematologist as soon as possible to get that sorted out.
Enlarged red blood cells and low red cell counts are not usually things seen by a rheumy.
Try not to waste energy worrying, just make the appointments and let the professionals do their jobs. It'll get figured out!
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