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Doctor insights on: High Lymphocytes Lupus

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What could a high lymphocyte and low neutrpjils means if you have lupus?

Maybe nothing: These levels fluctuate wildly even from hour to hour, often with no obvious cause. They are never more than a small part of any medical puzzle ...Read more

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I am SLE lupus patient.My blood lymphocytes percentage has been 48% (high) and MCHC 31% ( low ) 2 times on past Other counts are Normal.indications?

Means nothing: Lupus patients often run a relatively low absolute neutrophil account because of autoimmunity. That's the number to watch. Only if it goes way-low is it a danger. I'm glad you're proactive about this. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Lymphocyte count was 1.3 (borderline low) a month ago and is now 1.9. Confused? Experiencing lupus like symptoms with neg tests

Lymphocyte count was 1.3 (borderline low) a month ago and is now 1.9. Confused? Experiencing lupus like symptoms with neg tests

Inadequate info: Just lymphocyte count is insufficient information to provide an opinion. 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. ...Read more

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Carry +ana 160 homo new low c3/4 comp & both lymphocyte test w/ other symptoms. Given meds to treat malaria and lupus. Does this mean I have lupus?

Carry +ana 160 homo new low c3/4 comp &  both lymphocyte test w/ other symptoms. Given meds to treat malaria and lupus. Does this mean I have lupus?

Very possible: With the limited information given the diagnosis of lupus is strongly suggested .This is base on a positive ANA low complement levels and low white blood cell count there are many other features to lupus it sounds like your were goven Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) which is very commonly used to treat mild lupus. Make sure to follow through with your rheumatologist and make sure you have a baseline eye exam. ...Read more

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Persistent rash that comes back after antihistamine dose, low WBC, reactive lymphocytes. Not EBV and lupus. What could it be?

Persistent rash that comes back after antihistamine dose, low WBC, reactive lymphocytes. Not EBV and lupus. What could it be?

Rash: These could be hives if they respond to antihistamines and mostof them are of unknown nature, they come and go as please. An allergist can give you some guidance ...Read more

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My hemoglobin is always slightly low (in the 10's all the time) my RDW is always high, every other lab normal- is this related to lupus?

May be : Lupus is reaponsible for several types of anemia . Chronic disease , iron deficiencymhemolysisn. Your dr needsnto study the type of anemia you have and givebthe proper therapynor find out what isbthe reason fornthe anemiantomunderstand what is going on. ...Read more