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Blood Cell Count Eosinophil
Depends: The common causes of high eosinophil count are allergy and parasitic infestation. It would require investigation in-person to ascertain the cause and treatment. You may wish to consult this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/eosinophilia/basics/definition/sym-20050752 ...Read more
Total white blood cell count elevated- 13,200. Neutrophils elevated- 8,400, eosinophils elevated- 600. Everything else is normal. Causes??
See below: Neutrophilia is usually due to bacterial infection and is often accompanied by fever and pain. If you do not have any symptoms you may ignore the lab results. The following site will provide information on this topic: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/208576-overview For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
My white blood cell count is 10.52, my bred blood 5.05 and my eosinophils is 7.0 i feel bloated. i will see my doctor nextweek and im freakingout.HELP
White blood cell count 9. Wbc diff test : dif seg neut 85, neutrophil 7.8, lymph % 9, mono 0, eosinophil 0. I have dm. What does this mean?
That you : Have a normal WBC and differential.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many causes: Dehydration can cause high red blood cell count. It may be a normal finding in people living at high altitude. People with cyanotic heart disease also have high counts. Smokers and people with chronic lung disease also may have high counts. Chronic carbon monoxide poisoning is an other cause. More seriously, a form of blood cancer can cause very high counts - namely polycythemia vera. ...Read more
No, but...: ... Your white cell count, including your absolute counts of lymphocytes and neutrophils, flutuates wildly in response to the simple vicissitides of living, including the microbe invasions that you never know happen. Don't pay it any attention until the numbers go way off normal. ...Read more
Lab data: Without a full medical history and physical exam cannot possibly theorize about what this may be. It certainly indicates a need for further investigation and should not be ignored. Good luck. ...Read more
No: That total count is within normal range, but total number is not the only thing to consider when looking at a WBC count. You need to look at different types of cells present and the clinical picture. It would be on the high normal side if the child is fighting a viral infection, but totally normal for something like an ear infection. So put all pieces of puzzle together before final determination. ...Read more
Yes, but How high?: What is your WBC count? Both physical and mental stress can cause elevation of WBC count, but it is prudent to exclude other causes, such as infection before invoking exhaustion as the explanation. See this site for info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/high-white-blood-cell-count/my00161. ...Read more
When both RBC and: Wbcs are affected several topics come to mind. The marrow may be stressed in response to infection, or due to a medication. This would also be a common pattern in bone marrow production problems such as the myelodysplastic syndromes. Patients with acute leukemia can also present in this fashion. ...Read more
Numerous causes: there are several reasons why a 7 week olds WBC (white blood cell) count could be 2.4. Why was the blood drawn in the first place on a 7 week old? Usually the reason why the blood was drawn can provide info on the cause (i.e. infection) along with other symptoms and a full history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer