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High Neutrophil Low
It depends: One cannot look just at lynphocyte and neutrophil percentages. It must be interpreted in the context of the total white blood cell count. ...Read more
Need actual values: 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 not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without the actual values. It would be prudent to discuss the findings with your doctor. ...Read more
Treat the infection: You treat the infection with appropriate antibiotics. ...Read more
Not enough info: Why were the tests ordered in the first place? Address this question to the doctor who ordered them. ...Read more
My wife had a seizure, the only blood issues found were high neutrophil low lymphocyle and high monocyle she's 29 are these possibly indications.
Seizure will be caused by a neurological event, some seizure could be caused by alteration in blood chemistry, some side effect to medication.
You live in Florida, if it was a hot day and she spend a lot of time working and sweating, and not replacing the fluid appropriately, person could have a heat stroke,and that can cause seizure.
This only example, of how electrolyte imbalance can cause problems. ...Read more
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, it would have helped to have the actual results rather than your interpretation of high and low. ...Read more
What does it mean if i have high wbc count, high segmented neutrophils, low lymphocytes, high neutrophils, low lymphocytes, high monocytes?
Nothing by itself: I'm a pathologist with a life devoted to lab testing and the mysteries of diagnosis. These results mean nothing apart from a human being and her health history & physical exam. These could be my labs after my first open-water swim of the season while it's still chilly. Reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside. How do you FEEL? I suggest you relax & ignore this. ...Read more
High neutrophils, low monocytes, low lymphocytes, normal basophils, normal eosinophils what could be the reason? Can this indicate teniasis?
Not likely: It would help to have the actual values. However, a normal blood count does not rule out teniasis. It would be better to examine a stool sample for segments or eggs. ...Read more
Wbc went from 9,000. One month later 17,000 one month later 19,000. High neutrophils. Low lymphocytes. Low eosinophils. High monocytes. Low grade feve?
Need a workup: You need to be under the care of a competent hematologist. ...Read more
What would cause a positive Lyme ab screen but negative Lyme IgG and negative IgM very high neutrophils low lymphocytes in my 5yr old daughter?
Many things: Numerous autoimmune disorders can cause a false positive lyme screen. ...Read more
What does it mean to have hives with high neutrophils low lymphosites high abs neut low abs lymph high WBC high ALT and ast?
Possible hepatitis: There are many causes of hives. Allergic reactions are the most common. Persistent hives might be from a medication, or an environmental allergen, for example. Infections can cause hives. The abnormal alt and ast can be a sign of viral hepatitis. Sometimes hepatitis will cause hives, especially in the early phase, before jaundice sets in. Chronic hives (more than 6 weeks) is more complex. ...Read more
Feeling very fatigued w/o physical activity, weak and had blood done weeks ago @ ER w/fast heart rate labs=lymphs high neutrophil low. Meaning of this?
High WBC, very low h/h, normal platelets. High neutrophils, low lymphocytes. Fatigue, syncopal episode, low fevers, wt loss. Is leukemia possible?
High WBC: Hello and welcome to HealthTap, there are various causes of increased WBC; infection, inflammation, reactive proliferation and blood cancers are among the well-known causes. I would be able to help you better If I have more history and If I can have a look at the absolute numbers. Can you please inbox me more details and your reports? Thank you! ...Read more
What is a specific Blood test for Chronic Neutrophilic Leukemia?is it possible to have CNL with normal WBC?
High Neutrophil % & low lymphocytes %
Possible: Please repeat your blood count in two weeks. ...Read more
Sed rate 88, anemic, high neutrophils low lymphocytes, mpv. Ptt inr normal. Renal stenosis. Is aspirin/plavix/pentoxifyllin/lipitor ok for blood flow?
May be but: Appears you have a complex medical problem. Your physician is going to be able to answer this better than we can because your physician has all your background information. The medicine you are can help improve blood flow and sometimes people depending on their clinical status might even require an acquaintance. But there's no way that I can say that with the information you've given us. You nhey appears you have a complex medical problem. Your physician is going to be able to answer this better than we can because your physician has all your background information. The medicine you are can help improve blood flow and sometimes people depending on their clinical status might even require Halekuai cons. But there's no way that I can say that with the information you've given us. You need to go to one who knows you best your physician. ...Read more
Went to er, bad lower stomach cramps, massive diarrhea. Wbc 13.27 (4.00 x 10.80) high neutrophils low lymphs. Food poisoning or pancreatitis? Diangosis gastroenteritis, better & discharged after 2 hour.
Shottynodes neck, groin, and armpit for year. Cbc high neutrophils low lymphocytes norm WBC antibiotics 3xs (infected tooth). 2 chest x rays. Hodgkin?
Ask your doctor: Your doctor needs to guide you further. Unless the lymph nodes are bigger than 1-2cm, they are unlikely to be enlarged due to lymphoma/hodgkin disease. If there was cancer, they would be growing bigger with time. If they are getting bigger a biopsy of the node can be done and you will have your answers. But if they have not increased over the past one year, that is against the diagnosis of cancer. ...Read more
I made fish, hours later in er. Can you get food poisoning with only severe diarrhea and intense lower stomach cramps, but no vomiting or nausea. Went to er, elevated wbc, high neutrophils, low lymphs?
Yes, it can: As we always say, "diseases don't read books."it's likely truthful to say there are more unusual presentations of common problems than classical pictures of those same problems. When it's an unusual set of symptoms we tend not to think of textbook diseases when it may very well be the case. The er likely ruled out other things to explain your symptoms. Ergo, mr. Fish likely had the las laugh! ...Read more
5 day fever >103.5 f, sore throat and painful dry cough. Platelets 166k/mm, high neutrophils, low lymphocytes. Ibuprofen + azithromycin 500mg/day x 3?
Respiratory infectio: What's the question? Based on limited info sounds like you may have a viral or less likely bacterial infection (which is probably treated anyway). I would expect that you get better over next few days. ...Read more
Need more info: What are the actual counts? Do you have any symptoms? How long have you had such counts? Lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and your doctor is in the best position to do that. ...Read more
Depends: Numbers that are near the upper or lower limits of normal are generally normal, and you have to see if there is a pattern over time. In general, very high neutrophils are seen in 3 conditions- bacterial infections, some high physical stress states, and receiving steroids. Also, depends on if very immature white cells are seen in the blood as well — this usually means serious bacterial infection. ...Read more
You should talk to the doctor who ordered the test for your blood cell counts, as s/he knows more about your health and all lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context.
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Infection: The most common cause is an infection. More importantly, did you discuss this with your doctor? ...Read more
Plz ask your doctor!: There are dozens of possible explanations for this. You obviously went to a provider and had a blood count done, because you have the results. You provider had an idea what might be going on; that's why he ordered it. So, your best move now is to speak to your provider; he or she will have a much better idea than any of us what these results might mean! ...Read more
No: Anyone who told you to worry about the minor fluctuations in your white count did you a serious disservice. Please forgive my frankness. Leukemia will announce itself by very abnormal cells in your blood. Lymphoma is a mass or obvious illness. At age 18, focus on learning, career, becoming a tough adult and be thankful for good health. Study the real science, not the scare stuff. ...Read more
Infection?: As you don't give any numbers or tell how long you have had pain it is hard to answer the question. If the WBC count is really high you may have an acute infection. Without more information the probability of this can't be assessed. As you must have seen a physician to get the blood count ordered, ask him/her for follow-up. ...Read more