A 29-year-old male asked:
Im a male (29) please adv what a decrease in wbc from 7.1 to 5.8 means. and a change in cbc-lymphocyte 25%, neutorphils 69%, moncytes 6%. rbc 5.1%, esr 34
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Pain Management 18 years experience
These seem okay: The question is, how do you feel? Labs like these often don't mean anything to a doctor without more information. A decline in white blood cells from 7 to 5 is considered physiologic. The other numbers are normal. At 29, an ESR of 34 is slightly elevated, non-specific & possibly do to a recent infection. If concerned or have symptoms, discuss with your doctor.
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