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Eosinophil Count Sputum
what is aec = absolute eosinohil count?
36% of a small WBC is not highly relevant
eosinophils may be elevated due to allergic conditions, or (more common outside of the us) due to parasites.
Eosinophils associated with cancer or bone marrow issues is less common, but possible. ...Read more
Hard to say: More important that the percentage of eosinophils is the actual number of them in the blood. If your total white blood cell count is low, that % may be normal. If the total WBC is high, that % may equal a high absolute number of eos. In general, a slightly elevated % or absolute eosinophil count is most likely to be due to allergic disease. See your doctor or an allergist for more info. ...Read more
White bloodcell type: There are several different types of white blood cells. Eosinophils are the type that are often associated with allergies or allergic responses. The count is simply the percentage (or number per 100) of eosinophils seen on a blood count. ...Read more
Help please? What is the difference between absolute eosinophil count (aec) and normal eosinophil count?
Two sides same coin: A 'normal' eosinophil count will be the reference range a lab uses to compare your levels against. An absolute count is the calculated number of individual cells in your blood, this is usually calculated using the percentage of cells found during automated and/or manual cell differential counts on your blood. Your % and absolute counts may vary, but will compare to the 'normal' or reference range. ...Read more
Abx don't Tx:
Antibiotics don't usually treat high eosinophils.
Eosinophils may be elevated due to allergic conditions, or (more common outside of the us) due to parasites. Anti-parasite drugs, if effective may lower eos count.
Eosinophils associated with cancer or bone marrow issues is less common, but possible. ...Read more
My abolute eosinophil count is 1980 cc/cumm. What is the reason for this and how to decrease the count. How many days to take to decrease count and how?
Not definite prob.: Eosinophils usually target parasitic infections and allergic stimuli. So if elevated, may be due to one of these issues. If no prior lab #s, may also just be normal for you. Should ask your dr if concern about infection or allergic response present. Should also repeat test in 5-10 days to see if on way up/down/stable #s, as might change. ...Read more
My abolute eosinophil count is 1563 cc/cumm. What is the reason for this and how to decrease the count. How many days to take to decrease count and how?
Eosinophils: That level is not too high. Elevated eosinophils could come from allergies or parasites. The true cause and any treatment should be discussed with your doctor. The other white blood cells may give more information. ...Read more
What do you mean....: By low. Eosinophils are not terribly abundant to begin with, and most problems that arise related to eosinophils occur because of having too many, not too few. Their normal function in the immune system is to fight parasitic infection. Elevated eos are characteristic of atopic (allergic) conditions and a few other pathological states such as loefflers syndrome and adrenal insufficiency. ...Read more
If your eosinophil count is normal, then no.
If your eosinophil count is abnormal, then maybe.
Eosinophils are often elevated in allergic conditions.
You need to clarify question. ...Read more
Hi doctor, my CBP shows Absolute eosinophil count as 800 where the range is between 20 - 500 cells/cumm. Please help me with condition?
Impossible to tell: In your area, parasite infection is a likely cause but so would an allergic condition. Sometimes this may cause no problem at all. Need more details. ...Read more
If I took a zyretc the night before having a white blood cell differential, could that affect the eosinophil count?
My absolute eosinophil count is 739 and my MCH is 26.2. Would my other blood counts also be affected if it was cancer? Thanks.
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, neither of the results/tests, your mention, is an indication or test for cancer. There are other values reported in a CBC and it would be prudent to review all the results with your doctor.
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Skin prick test is not giving results for my chronic rhinitis but my IgE is 867 and eosinophil count is 7.Is this persistent rhinitis of what type?
Shouldn't: Can't think of a reason why it should. ...Read more
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How do I cure my allergy, suffering from allergic rhinitis for the last 10 yrs, with high eosinophil count constantly. I get bouts 2-3 times a week?
Long term affliction: The 3 primary approaches to allergy are: avoid -find out what & avoid, supress:use allergy med to reduce sx & retrain: use allergy shots to retrain your system not to react to offending agents. Allergy testing can give you an idea about your triggers & an allergist can advise you on allergy shots. Many otc allergy meds are available. If you smoke or have other irritant exposures they must also be. ...Read more
Eosinophil count- 0.11[<0.4] monocyte- 0.56[<0.2-0.8] lymphocyte-4.1[1.0-3.4] all elevated! Ideas before my hematology appointment, what would u think?
Not all elevated: Eosinophil count 0.11 is normal less than0.4, Monocyte 0.56 is normal less than 0.8 and lymphocyte slightly elevated to 4.1as normal 1.0to3.4.I don't know your history but just blood test is of no concern as far I see ...Read more
What would a high eosinophil count (21%, 1.41 10*3/uL) with a negative stool sample for parasites, indicate?
Not parasite: Whatever it is, it is not from parasites (although we need 2 more stool samples to rule out a parasite issue.) Look elsewhere and considering seeing an allergist. ...Read more
My GI doc said my eosinophil count is 6.8% and gave me 3 months of xifaxin that didn't help. That's only for e coli...What if it's a diff bacteria?
A recent blood test showed my Eosinophil count was 0.0 10*9/L. Is this dangerously low - rest of FBC normal. Can this be caused by Flecainide/Warfarin?
This is normal: Eosinophils and Basophils are normally present on low numbers and count of zero for either of these cell types is not an abnormal result. ...Read more
Can allergies developed at the age of 17 outgrown. Ige level 302 while normal is till100. Absolute eosinophil count 410. Breathlessness is it asthma?
Yes: Allergies can develop at any age. While your numbers are elevated, they are not so bad that you need panic or run to er. Call your primary care doctor or an allergist so you can discuss your specific symptoms, have a good check-up that focusses on areas involved (for instance your lungs) and then any tests, (breathing, blood, etc) that can enlighten both you and doc as to cause of symptoms and tx. ...Read more
Can't tell here: There are too many details regarding this to be able to give an opinion here. Needs further evaluation with your doc, or a second opinion. ...Read more
When ever I come to my hometown I get sneezing, breathlessness, irritation in eyes. On bloodtest I got eosinophil count 20% please help?
Sounds like allergy: If your symptoms occur only or mostly when you visit your hometown, you are most likely suffering from allergies related to local conditions (pollens, dust, mold). If it is worse when you are in a particular place (your old house, for example), it could be mold. ...Read more
On a good day wbc may be 12 Platelet count 508 Hemoglobin and hemtocrit are low but rdw CV is high. My eosinophil count is no less than 15%.
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. Talk to the doctor who ordered the tests. Having said that, your information is suggestive iron deficiency. You may take oral iron and multivitamin supplements.
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I have a low platelet count of 40 alongwith high eosinophil count & high platelet volume, ocassionally I feel tired and palpitation too. Please suggest?
Platelet problems: Low platelets (thrombocytopenia) are due to either decreased production or increased destruction of your platelets. A hematologist can assist you in finding the cause. This usually involves a bone marrow biopsy which is reviewed by a hematopathologist. A high eosinophil count can be seen with allergic conditions. See a board certified hematologist and start the workup. ...Read more
I was having eosinophil count of 30 I had taken tab. Banocide forte, for two (2) months, so the count is now reduced to 14. My doctor has started tab. Hetrazan (twice daily). According to you, is it a proper medication? Since last two blood tests (frequen
Need more info: The physician who is treating you is the best person to give you the answer to your questions as there are a lot of other things that come into play. One must know the "whole" patient to determine what is going on and then prescribe the remedy. I can understand your concern & your physician should sit down with you and explain his plan and why he prescribed this particular medication. ...Read more
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