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Abnormal Cells In Blood
What does it mean"no abnormal cells or no haemoparasites are seen" in my blood report . Can i assume i don't have any dangerous disease.
I had a pap after having abnormal cells last time. 8 hours later blood gushed out with blobs and now the next day its happened again. Should i worry?
Sensitive: Sometimes one's cervix can be extra sensitive and the brush doctors use to take your pap can be irritating to the cervical tissue. I typically warn my patients that they may see some bleeding after a pap smear. I'm guessing that you might also have a cervical ectropion. I would make another appt with your doctor just to have your cervix checked. Gushes of clots aren't normal. ...Read more
Test for high LFT's: There are 2 kinds of liver enzyme abnormalities--that signal disease of the liver cells or of the bile ducts. Abnormal liver tests may reflect fatty liver, too much alcohol, toxic exposure, occupational exposures, lot's of viral infections, metabolic problems, familial liver diseases, as well as problems with gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas. Start with blood tests to identify possiblities. ...Read more
I had (pap)test last year,I didn't have any abnormal cells,today I had colposcopy cuse I have blood before period,could I have (cancer) please help!
I'm 23 and my pap showed I have new blood vessels on my cervix and that I have abnormal cells. Doc said come back in 6months. Should I be worried?
No worries: "Abnormal cells" usually means HPV infection and the kinds of cell changes that could mean future cervical cancer risk. If such changes are mild, repeat pap in a few months is typical. However, I haven't a clue what is meant by a pap shoing "new blood vessels". Contact your doctor to clarify all the details. But if she doesn't need to see you for 6 months, you can safely assume it's not serious. ...Read more
See Physician : These are discription of the shape of the red blood cells which are different from the the normal disc shaped cells. This represents a abnormally in the formation of the cells and may be related to a number of conditions. You need to see a Physician to sort it out ...Read more
What does a tiny population of abnormal white blood t cells mean? Can this be reversed? And if so, how?
More info needed: What type of wbc's? Lymphocytes? Eosinophils? Neutrophils ("bands" if immature)? Monocytes? Basophils? Or other atypical cells? Need this info before an informed response can be made. ...Read more
Many things: A not so specific term that could mean low count, pale in color or lacking iron or hemoglobin, irregular instead of round shape, etc. Often in CBC, we see red cell count and indices: RBC, Hemoglobin, mean cell volume, mean cell hemoglobin with a normal range compared to a patient. Abnormal red blood cell may mean low or high in any of indices. In blood smear, these abnormalities are seen too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: RBC morphology is the appearance of the red cells under the microscope. The are numerous abnormalities that can occur in different types of illness. Some of these may be due to a primary blood disorder such as sickle cell anemia. Others may be due abnormalities such as iron deficiency. Others may occur as a result of other diseases such as kidney failure. Some are of no consequence. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exam of Seminal Fluid
Total Count 78000000
Total Abnormal Forms45%
Round Cells 120,000
Red Blood Cells1-2
Seminal Fluid: Normal: 20,000,000 or more sperm per mL . A total ejaculate volume of 80 million At least 50% should be motile one hour after ejaculation More than 14% should have normal heads - whereby greater than 50% of those cells examined must be normal Motility is the percentage of moving sperm in a sample and graded based on speed and direction travelled., moving forward in a straight line with good speed. The progression of the sperm, best measured using an automated system, is rated on a basis from zero (no motion) to 4, with 3-4 representing good motility. If less than half of the sperm are motile, a stain is used to identify the percentage of dead sperm. This is called a sperm viability test. Agglutination of sperm occurs when sperm stick together in a specific and consistent manner (head to head, tail to tail, etc.) suggesting an immunologic cause to infertility. Clumping of sperm in a nonspecific manner may be due to bacterial infection or tissue contamination. ...Read more
Reproduction: normal cell have a negative for reproduction while abnormal cell have no feedback and reproduce freely ...Read more
Whats the ref range for nucleated red blood cells. Info suggests any value >0 in an adult are abnormal.Mine 0.02 on 2 consecutive times 3weeks apart?
How abnormal are these lab urinalysis result?s 25 Blood, 15 Leuks, 8-10 WBC/hpf, 5-10 RBC/hpf, 15-20 Epithelial Cells/hpf,& 'Much' Amorphous Casts/hpf
What is it?: You need to tell us the level of your hemoglobin(hb). Then we can help youi to interpret it depending on if it is high or low. ...Read more
More info needed: Without being more specific it is difficult to give you a cogent answer. Write back with more details. ...Read more
Many answers: See below for normal values. Counts outside this range would be abnormal. Even with normal count morphologically abnormal cells would indicate disease. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003643.htm. ...Read more
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