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Cause Of Multiple High Wbc Test Over The Year
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What are the common causes of relative lymphopenia, and low absolute monocytes? Low B12, low D25. CBC/ diff. I have lost a huge amount of weight also.
Weight loss: Your "huge" weight loss, if unintentional due to poor appetite, is a potentially serious symptom, probably a lot more important than having low lymphocyte or monocyte counts. See a doctor soon; or if already in care, discuss your ongoing symptoms and other concerns with your doctor. ...Read more
What are the common causes of relative lymphopenia, and low absolute monocytes? Low B12, low D25. CBC diff. I have lost a huge amount of weight also.
It could be serious: Unintended weight loss is always a matter of serious concern about your health. You should go see a doctor for a physical exam and have a medical check up to find the cause of your weight loss and check your blood and do other appropriate tests to get you well. Lymphopenia can be a sign of immune deficiency. So a repeat check of CBC and differential blood counts are important to do. ...Read more
Multiple: Normal white blood count/ WBC may range from 4, 600 to 10, 300 cells/ cubic mm. Slight elevation of WBC may be due to stress, infection, inflammation, auto-immune condition, etc. But persistently higher counts may suggest serious conditions including leukemia and lymphoma, esp. If there's accompanying symptoms, -fever, night sweats, weight loss . Go see a dr or a hematologist to appease your fear. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High amylase and white cells in 14 yr old son, besides pancreatitis, what would be the cause? Is there any other possible causes of high amylase?
Possibly: It's possible that gallbladder problems could lead to pancreatitis in a teen. Some people have high amylase without any symptoms, called hyperamylasemia. Can't think of other causes in one this age. But with high white cells, likely has infection of gallbladder and/or pancreas. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Recurring viral infections in 6 yr old strep/flu negative ,granulocyte count high 65% ,rest of Cbc is normal what are the causes and best action plan?
Hard to say: The average 6 yo is expected to experience 4-5 upper respiratory and 1-2 stomach viruses per year. Much of it is related to peer group prevalence of these viruses and to their inconsistent hand washing practices. If this is what you have experienced it fits the norm.If you have seen more, ask your doc for a referral to the source in your area that can evaluate the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could cause a high neutropolis of 79% and normal wbc 4.9 and lymphocytes 16% low .are these values signs of bacterial infection.No symptoms ?
Numbers are numbers: The rest of the story is needed, as these blood test results themselves have no worrisome meaning without hearing the rest of the story. One's regular doctor, who knows why a blood test was ordered and who has examined the patient, can be helpful here. Otherwise, these numbers are just numbers... without much meaning. ...Read more
Thromocytosis: There are many reasons for thrombocytosis, diagnosis and etiology of the condition usually involves evaluation of a blood smear of peripheral blood cells from a vein or artery, and if a severe problem is present, a matching sample of bone marrow cells which have progenitor central blood cell elements is needed also for analysis. You may need to have a Hematologist evaluate for best answer ...Read more
What causes a high number/percentage of MID cells in CBC when the overall WBC is in the normal range? ESR is also high (50mm/hr) and slight anaemia.
Increase in monocyte: Monocytes are increased frequently after a viral infection or after some bone marrow insult--again usually viral, but can be associated with exposures or other type of illness. The elevated sed rate represents some sort of inflammatory response to something--the slight anemia requires more information. Please visit with your physician to understand what is going on with you medically. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Elevated eosinophils: Bronchitis isn't the cause, rather can be the effect.This can be due to allergies or presence of parasites, the two most common reasons for elevated eosinophils. At any rate, the ordering doctor would decipher the test results to you in context of your clinical condition, it may just an incidental finding and repeat testing might not show it. Talk to your doctor, wish you wellness ...Read more
What is the cause of low hemoglobin count of 8.2 in a 72 year old woman with no history of blood problems ever?
Could be many things: She should be evaluated by her doctor as soon as possible for further evaluation. There are a lot of things that can cause significant anemia- from just being malnourished, bleeding, other chronic conditions/inflammation, malignancy etc. Bring her to see a doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've had a number blood tests over the last year which show that I have a low RBC, but normal-high HGB - what could cause this?
Need actual values: If what you stated is correct, your red cell size may be larger, however, it would be helpful to have all the data, rather the qualitative statements alone. In any case if your hemoglobin is normal, there is no cause for concern. ...Read more
I have high neutrophils (74.6) and low lymphocytes (18.5) on two different sets of blood work (march and oct.) is this cause for concern?
Need units of: Measurement. If the counts were 74.6 and 18.5 thousand per cubic mm, both would be high. Generally it is best to consult the doctor who ordered the tests. If the actual counts are 7.46 and 1.85 thousand per cubic mm, both are about normal and would not be cause for concern. ...Read more
I have a white blood cell count of 3.6, and absolute neutrophil of 1354... All other numbers in bloodwork are in normal range. Any reason for alarm ?
RDW: High RDW indicates increased variability in red cell size, called anisocytosis, which is commonly found in nutritional deficiency such as iron, folate, (folic acid) and vitamin b12. High RDW alone is not specific. Combination of MCV and rdw, retic can be more suggestive. Sometime increased rbc frament can also give high rdw. Thus a blood smear review is usually helpful for high rdw. ...Read more
What are the possible causes of persistently high blood glucose, >20 mmol/l, in a dm2 patient with esrf, despite doubling dosage of nph within a week?
Diabetes: Most common reason for high blood sugar is poor diet. Sorry but it's true. In other words, my patients can always out eat any amount of Insulin i prescribe. So it's very important to eat low glycemic foods as suggested by your diabetic education/nutritionist. Next most common cause is an underlying infection. Always check bottom of your feet for nails, objects, etc. Most important, follow up w/doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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