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High Esr And Wbc Count Normal
Inflammation: A slightly low lymphocyte count usually is meaningless. A high erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) indicates an infection or some sort of systemic inflammation. Hundreds of things can cause it. High ESR never gives a clue to any particular diagnosis. It just means additional exams and testing are necessary to learn the cause. Keep working with your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
My son age 3 had fever for past 3 weeks doctor advised me blood test. His esr was 30 and wbc count was high 20. Is it normal that the wbc is high.
I have a brown pinhole looking spot in the hard palate of my mouth surrounded by a large luplakia /leuplakia. Continued elevated ESR and WBC count.
Yes: You can have hd with normal labs. The diagnosis is made with a biopsy. ...Read more
My grandmom is 76 and has an ESR of 45 mm/hr. All other results (hb, wbc count, blood glucose) are normal, should I be concerned?
My wife has low total WBC count and high ESR and now the fever for more than a week. Already she is suffering from psoriasis and arithritis?
Fever: What is your question. I seems like she should see her doctor to determine what is going on. ...Read more
What does a high WBC count n ESR along with weeklong fever, chills, weakness, coughing n wheezing n mild shortness of breath indicative of?
Infection....: The elevated WBC and sed rate, in combination with your symptoms, indicates you have an infection. The coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath indicates the infection is likely respiratory, like acute bronchitis or pneumonia. The other symptoms, like weakness, fever and chills are more general signs of infection. You need treatment so see a doctor asap! ...Read more
Diagnosed with pid. Cbc, WBC count and ESR blood tests are normal. Does thismean I do nit have pid? Can PID be misdiagnosed and with what?
I'm 20 (female). I have been getting mild fever every day and weakness. My WBC count is 20, 000, ESR 67, Platelet 700. Docs cant find cause help?
Get second opinion: These are abnormal blood counts. So you need to be sure that you have consulted the right doctor. What is his/her specialty? You would benefit from seeing a hematologist, who are blood specialists. ...Read more
Haemoglobin-15.5gm%, total WBC count-7500/cumm, diff WBC count-neutrophils-81%, lymphocytes-11%, eosinophils-8% and ESR -66mm1st hr. So what disease I hv?
Data non-specific: The sed rate is up some but this can be non-specific. You may have no disease. Other information needed. ...Read more
My 5 year old nephew's blood report says hemoglobin-7, tacked cell volume-23%, WBC count- 11500, platelet count-179000, esr-07.Is it a thalassemia?
With a hemoglobin of 7 he is not likely to have major thalassemia. There are many causes of anemia and treatment would depend on the cause. The doctor who ordered the tests should be able to advise. You may visit this site for more info on this topic.
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Having light fever and body pain. Feel pain while standing on feet bending knee. Hb level 10.2, hct 32, MCV 69, MCH 23, WBC count tlc 14.1, ESR 36.
No: They are not normal. Speak with your doctor and ask about possible causes. If the WBC remains high consider a consultation with a hematologist. It does appear to be resolving so you may just want to repeat the count again in a month before considering other options. ...Read more
My cousin`s WBC count -9300cell/cu. Mm. Hb-9.9gm/dl. Otherwise normal healthy. Wbc persistently high always for him. What could be the reason?
Could be normal.: If persistently high and no symptoms of infection this is probably normal variation. The doctor who ordered it should know more about the current numbers and your history. ...Read more
Is 13400 WBC count to high (normal 10000)? Neutrophils 10500, all others normal? What means that? .Results could be affected by no fasting before?
Probable infection: The WBC is a little high due to an increase in the absolute number of neutrophils, cells that usually react to infection, many times of bacterial origin, but may also be viral, fungal, etc. The WBC and differential count are not influenced significantly by eating before the analysis. Some medications like steroids (prednisone) can increase your neutrophil count, too. There are also other causes. ...Read more
Urine analysis WBC count was 1000! I know this is extremely high as the normal less than 10, is this error in the test? Or it indicate something serious
Suddenly feel dizzy all of a sudden. Above normal WBC n RBC count. Had high WBC count for past 3 months.?
See below: 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, it would require an in-person evaluation by a doctor to provide a meaningful opinion about your health issues. If you have had unintended weight loss, please see your doctor at your earliest. ...Read more
Smoking 1 cigarette 2 hours before blood test can affect WBC count? My was elevated (13400) with high neutrophils (10500), all others normal. Txs
Recently my wife had her blood tests done. Al results like haemoglobin, rbc, WBC count are normal within the range, except rdw-cv is high as 19.6%.
Making new blood: A high RDW means that there is a mixture of red blood cells of different sizes. Young cells are larger than old ones. Iron deficiency causes smaller cells, vitamin deficiency larger ones. If everything else is okay, it is probably not a problem. The doctor who ordered the test and knows her can say more. ...Read more
After 7 blood tests wbc count is high and sed rate. Twice the wbc was normal. Doctors are stumped and can't figure out why, please help?
Need more info: WBC = white blood cell count. An elevation in WBC (leukocytosis) is commonly due to an infection. Other potential causes include an inflammatory process, which is consistent with an elevated sed rate. WBCs can also be elevated because the body is stressed from some other cause. What may be causing this depends upon how high the WBC has been, and which of the 5 types of WBCs are elevated. ...Read more
My fatherinlaw was diagnosed with high WBC count. All tests in the hospital including CT scan were done, all were normal. The count fluctuates 15-18k.
What kind of cells?: Your father-in-law is entitled to know what is going on, and what he tells you then is of course his business. The key isn't the count, but the type of white cells -- there five normal types and dozens of abnormal variants. Nobody here wants to second-guess without further information. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is WBC count 13.500 normal for a 6 year old with myelocytes and activated lymphocytes. High platelets and normal RBC s?
More info needed: More specifics about the CBC are needed. 13, 500 may be a normal white count in a six year old. Finding an occasional myelocyte is not a problem. Activated or stimulated lymphs usually are associated with a viral process. Increased platelets --depending on how high they are could represent an inflammatory process or iron deficiency or other disorder. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
I had a WBC count of 11.1 three weeks ago; now it is 11.2.The neutrophils fell from 8.9 to 7.2. The platelets are normal with sinus draining with a slightly sore throat that happens with high stress. I am worried that it might be the start of leukemia?
What would cause you to have an elevated WBC count, <0 CRP levels on a blood test (all other tests renal and liver normal) and a temperature of 38 degrees?
Inflammatory process: Any form of inflammation, from trauma, infection, autoimmune reaction, allergy, etc. Can be responsible for these changes in lab and temperature values, but without more info, full history and physical exam it is really impossible to say more than that. Hope you get better quickly. ...Read more
Elevated total WBC count (11, 000) with elevated total neutrophils, lymphocytes and eosinophils. But CRP & SED rate are NORMAL. What causes this?
Why was the test done? Do you have any symptoms? 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, your WBC is at the high end of normal, but it may be your normal.
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