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My recent bloodwork has come back with high WBC (11.2) elevated platelets (506) elevated lymphs (3.5) and elevated eos (0.6), could that be contributing to my worsening migraines?
Could be, need more: Information to put together what is going on, since a lab test is just a small window to the totality of your body health. Your doctor should be able to look into your migraines, correlate with neurological and other data. Your CBC taken on its own is not normal; causes of elevated white cells, relative lymphocytosis, mild thrombocytosis with few eos are many and include benign, ie, reactions. ...Read more
I have elevated liver enzymes. Low calcium and vitamin D. Elevated abs eos whited blood cell count. Recently lost 12 inches of hair. Extreme fatigue.?
The constellation of: Your symptoms is quite concerning. You need to see a health care provider for a thorough evaluation and additional laboratory testing. Make an appointment today. ...Read more
Recent diagnosis of collagenous colitis with high platelets, high IgE and eos. What do the elevated blood levels mea?
IgE: How high is high? 100s or 1000s is the ige? You need to be seen by an allergist and you need to have some tests done. Did they find eosinophils in the colon biopsies? ...Read more
Not much: Your total white blood cell count tells the big picture and the differential splits up the components. Eos should be 1-2%, so an elevation there may imply allergy, neoplasm, addison's disease, parasite, or other conditions. Your segmented neutrophils are just a hair on the low side, that that indicates that what you have is most likely not a bacterial infection. ...Read more
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What is your total WBC? What % are eos? All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that.
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My eos percentage was 1 with eos number of o.oo when normal it o.o5 to 0.74. What does this mean? All other blood results were normal
Normal..: Eosinophils are kind of white blood cells which help to deal with allergic reactions in general. Any allergy whether to environment or special other kind as (asthma, certain bowel inflammatory diseases...) makes Eosinophil count to increase in CBC differential test. Your number is very borderline elevated and no concerns. If any other symptoms, see your MD.? ...Read more
Eos and baso % normal (.5% /1.7%b/e%) -absolute #s out of range. If % is in range and WBC is 7.5- absolute # should be in range? Why aren't they?
I'm not sure: I'm confused by what you're saying. If your WBC count is 7, 500 and you have 0.5% basophils and 1.7% eosinophils, your absolute numbers are normal based on published standards. In my experience, some labs publish reference ranges that are inappropriately narrow, causing people with normal blood counts to believe theirs are in fact abnormal. This appears to be the case here. ...Read more
Normal: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, an eosinophil count of 1% is entirely normal. ...Read more
Cbc: No need to worry. Absolute eisinophil count if very high has to be investigated, not in your case ...Read more
On my cbca my ABS EOS was low @0.0 (range 0.1-0.5)and my MCHC was low @ 31.9 (range 32-36.5)Everything else was completely normal. What does this mean
Likely no problem,,: The eosinophil count varies with time and there just may not have been any in the sample of blood drawn, not none in your blood as a whole. The MCHC also may vary. If you're still concerned you can talk with your doctor about it, but it's likely no problem. Good luck. ...Read more
Eosinophilia: Eosinophils is a type of white blood cells. Most of the elevations are temporary and need no intervention or treatment. 3 most common causes of eosinophil increase is allergic asthma, parasitic infections (usually #s are higher than 10) and certain blood disorders. Given only mild elevation in your case, and assuming no symptoms, I would recheck it in a month. ...Read more
My abs eos is 2.03 and shows as high on my blood report. What should I do or should I be concerned?
NAACP: Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell which are higher in people with allergies. Other causes are neoplasm, autoimmune disease, connective tissue disease and parasites. I would have to know more about you and examine you prior to making a conclusion. Please see your doctor. If you have allergies, I would bet on allergies. If you have had foreign travel, consider parasites. Good luck. ...Read more
Probably not: The two results that you are referring to are in the upper range of normal. If all other results are within range, they should probably be considered normal as well. If, however, these results are part of other abnormal tests, you should discuss with your physician in order to look at the entire picture. ...Read more
Eosinophils: Your high eosinophilic count may indicate an allergic condition ...Read more
See the full count: You need to look at the entire blood count and compare with the reference or normal ranges that are given in the lab report. Abnormal counts may have today with bone marrow disorders or may be due to peripheral factors. Thus, increased monocytes are seen in viral and some other infections while eosiophils are increased in allergic conditions and parasitic infections ...Read more
Have had high eosinophils for over a year now. Most recent percentage was 6.5% (Eos. Auto). Should I get this checked out?
Are these results normal? Neutrophils 7.2x10E3 (77%), Lymphs 1.8x10E3 (19%) Monocytes 0.3x10E3 (3%), Eos 0.1x10E3 (1%), Baso 0x10E3 (0%)
They appear: Normal to me.Get a more detailed answer ›