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High Vaginal P H With White Blood Cells What Kind Of Infection Is That
Extreme fatigue and swollen lymph nodes. Checked out by surgeon. CBC: White blood cells in normal range, lymphocytes 53% ESR and CRP ok. No fever, I gained weight. Doctors say an infection. Ideas?
The normal ph of a vagina of a reproductive aged female is acidic. Estrogen stimulates the vagina to be thick and moist and this fosters the growth of healthy lactobacilli which causes the ph to be acidic. Sometimes other bacteria grow which changes the ph to basic and causes an odor and irritation. Sometimes probiotics can be taken to support ...Read more
Pyuria: White blood cells in urine usually are there because of an infection in the urinary tract. However, they can also be there in large numbers in a female when there is a vaginal infection or when she is having her period (always see red cells also in this situation). My best advice is to see your doctor and have a urine culture done to see what is going on.
Several kinds: A high pH usually suggest bacterial vaginosis, trichomonas, or menopause. White blood cells can be a red flag for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or pid but are also commonly found when a BV or trichomonas infection has resulted in vaginal inflammation and excessive discharge. Your doctor can help sort out the exact diagnosis and treatment.
Inflammation: Normally, the vagina has low ph. Sometimes, a change in the vaginal bacterial imbalance will cause the ph to go up. White blood cells seen in the vagina simply point to the fact that there is some degreee of inflammation in the vagina for whatever reason. Many vaginal infections are associated with an increase in WBC count.
Does a severe/chronic vaginal yeast infection cause high white blood cells to be elevated? Mine is 12.6
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May be time: To look for other reactive causes as well as a primary hematologic cause for the leukocytosis (increased wbc).
Why is having high white blood count not healthy? Don't white blood cells fight bacteria and infections and the such?
A high WBC per se: Is not a problem, but also could be associated with a serious disease like acute or chronic leukemia.
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A sinus culture showed high Haemophilus influenzae. Grahm stain - no white blood cells or organizims. Could I have an infection with no white cells.?
How do you FEEL?: This bacterium can live normally in the sinus as one of your normal friendly flora. Especially if there's not a lot of bacteria or white cells visible, I doubt the area that was swabbed was infected.
What does it mean my white blood cells is up in my urine? What kind of infection could it be. My doctor said my uti is clear
Pyuria: White cells in your urine can come from anywhere in your genitourinary system to include the vagina and paravaginal area. My suggestion: go to your doctor and get a urine after thoroughly cleaning the entire area around your urethra and while voiding, spread your labia so that the urine goes from bladder into cup and get urine in the cup after you start peeing, not right away.
My blood work showed a past mono infection but high white blood cells. I am fatigued and have aches. Could the symptoms linger?
Cbc: Repeat a cbc if not better in 2-3 weeks
I got bit by brown recluse 3yrs ago. Have had health issues since. Now they saying my white blood cells r high. No sign of infection. What is it?
Spider bite: Unless your spider bite never healed your elevated white count is caused by something else keep your md aware of ant new symptoms so he can find out the cause.See 1 more doctor answer
Trypanosome infectio: CSF white blood cell count increases and used for staging of trypanosomal infection.
I am Taking Mirtazapine 15mg is it true to say it can reduce your white blood cells and immune function so you are more susceptible to infections?
Not typically: Remeron (mirtazapine) causing leukopenia is not a common occurrence and if occurring should stop. Periodically blood counts are checked. If there is a drop the medication is stopped. This is one of many medications can do this. Low counts over time can make you more susceptible to infecions but usually as part of another process.
My 4 months old son had anti biotics when he was born becouse my wife had infection. Now he had low white blood cells. 3 times test come back same 0.6?
Neutropenia: This may still resolve. The question is what is the cause and is it making him more prone to infection. Review the results with your doctor and ask to see a Pediatric Hematologist. All the best and I hope he recovers soon.See 1 more doctor answer
Took 5yr old daughter in for uti test came back negative for infection found a few white blood cells what could that be caused by getting culture don?
UTI tests: At 5, a common cause of some discomfort with voiding is the effect of soapy bathwater on their parts. They don't rinse the area effectively after bathing & a soapy film drys and leads to irritation/itching. Many dig at themselves & can cause an infection. Most simple urine collections are done wrong. A squat/pee in a cup contains debris. Having them clean & pee like a male provides a better sample.See 1 more doctor answer
How many: Up to maybe 5 white cells in the urine is normal. If there are more in a woman, the first concern is contamination from the vagina. Your physician is the one who needs to decide whether and how to treat a possible urinary tract infection, especially considering your symptoms and signs and whether you have proteinuria to correlate with the white cells.
If there are white blood cells in the urine, does that mean I have an infection or something else?
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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