A 38-year-old male asked:
Male 38: are anti-retro viral drugs helpful for low wbc? my wbc is bw 2.8-3.4. basophile 1; monocytes 6; eosinophil 3; lymphocyte 44; neutrophil 2
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Radiation Oncology 49 years experience
Anti-retrovirals: Are used to treat HIV infections. Most HIV patients have normal WBC counts, but abnormal subsets of lymphocytes (cd-4 cells). See your doctor to assess whether your WBC count is normal, or needs follow up with more testing.
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