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Elevated White Blood Cell Count And Ruptured Ovarian Cyst
No: Unless infected.Get a more detailed answer ›
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Was admitted to hospital a year ago with ovarian cysts. Was told that white blood cell count was triple the amount it should have been?
See a doc: A high white count can be indicative of many things such as infection or plain inflammation. It is normal to have a high white blood cell count when you are ill. Alone, this test doesn`t mean much and if you are asymptomatic your white count is likely normal now. See your doctor for proper follow up. ...Read more
Yes: Or simply stress -- even a cold shower can raise it to 20, 000. I'm seriously concerned that you describe "cystic acne" but only list benzoyl peroxide. That's not nearly enough. You need to be under the care of a competent physician, probably a dermatologist, as cystic acne usually requires Isotretinoin or something else really powerful. Best wishes. ...Read more
Can having a cyst on my ovary and one breast or having a cold cause me to have a low white blood cell count?
NO: Not due to your symptoms, except? Viral etiology. ...Read more
Hi docs, would having a cyst on my ovary and one breast or having a cold cause me to have a low white blood cell count?
No: Ovaries are not connected to the urinary tract. ...Read more
Hospital told me I have a ruptured ovarian cyst that's bleeding internally aqnd a white blood cell count of 16, 000 could this be cancer?
Hmmmmmmm: Most ruptured cyst are benign. However, the sure way to tell if something other than benign cyst ruptured is to follow with your doctor/ob doctor post ruptured to make sure to other finding around that area once the ovary heal up. ...Read more
No: A person with a healthy immune system should not be infected by this type of a problem, and thus it should not result in an increased wbc. ...Read more
I constantly have an elevated white blood cell count and alkaline phosphatase levels currently at 196 I am female 56.
How do you FEEL?: Around 5% of older folks always run elevated alk phos and trying to work it up never produces anything helpful; if the specimen is nonfasting and you don't have A antigen on your red cells, it's often high from intestinal alk phos. If all WBC's are normally formed and other cells are normal, I'd worry only if the WBC is very high. Lab "normals" are set so that several % of healthies are outside ...Read more
Unlikely: An increased white count can occur for many reasons (eg, with infection, inflammation, stress response, etc). But just because your WBC is up and you happen to have HPV does not mean the two are related. For your HPV make sure that you are up to date with your gyn exams as this is the best way to prevent HPV related cancer of the cervix. ...Read more
Get a consult: It's more critical, if you feel okay, that the white cells not contain any abnormal forms. Your elevated liver enzymes, if still high after weeks off alcohol and whatever meds you don't really need to be taking, will get worked up to rule out various hepatitis and iron / copper overload syndromes. If your physician isn't explaining this as he/she goes, it's time to specialist referral. ...Read more
Sinusitis: Yes they can cause a rise in your white count. ...Read more
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