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High White Blood Cell Count Mutiple Thyroid Nodules
See below: It would be unusual for this to occur rarely hashimoto's thyroiditis is associated with a high WBC but this is uncommon.
Hoping you can tell me, is white blood cell count of 14 high and should I be worried coz I got lumps in my neck?
See your doctor: A white blood cell count of 14 is just above the upper limit of normal. Having lumps in the neck is not normal and you should consult your doctor.
I amnot aware: I am not aware of low white blood count and thyroid diseases. Thyroid disease is mainly affect body metabolism including cardiovascular, neuro -cognitive, musculoskeletal, vision. It affects sodium level. However, when there is a condition called thyroid storm which is life threatening condition, white blood cell can be elevated.
I need answers to liver fibrosis issues. Stage 3 fibrosis. Moderate steatosis with mild steatohepatitis, focal nodule formation and mallory hyaline present. Platelet count 109, hemoglobin; red blood cell count; white blood cell count decreasing. I hav
Liver fibrosis: You describe a serious condition that should be treated in hopes of delaying or preventing progression to complete cirrhosis. Don't neglect this!
I have lumps in the side and back of my neck and low white blood cell count. My doctor ordered a CBC and sed rate test. What could he suspect?
Looking: At inflammatory (chronic), infectious and potentially lymphomatous possibilities.
Not directly: However, certain diseases that cause a high white count can also cause fatigue.
Elevated numbers: This result may (eg bacterial) or may not (eg stress response) suggest an infection since there is no clinical context. For example, a vomiting episode or initiation of a steroid medication can temporarily increase your white blood cell count - but that doesn't mean you have an infection. Try rephrasing the question with symptoms included in it.
Inflamation: Pyospermia, or WBC in the semen, or WBC in expressed prostatic secretion, indicates inflamation in the prostate. This may be caused by a bacterial infection, but not necessarily.
Usually bacterial: It's usually a bacterial illness that causes the symptoms you describe. But this can include anything form sinus infections, tonsillitis, ear infections, pneumonia, infection in the blood, urinary tract infections, appendicitis, meningitis, skin abcesses... The list goes on and on. You need a thorough assessment of associated symptoms and a physical exam to try and pinpoint your condition.
Need to know: Why the WBC is high in order to make a plan. How high? Cannot think of a direct link to the constipation unless both are related to a medication.
Need a workup: I am glad you are taking a proactive approach to your health. This can be many things and your physician has a duty to explain.
Newborns only drink: New borns are only expected to drink milk, eating starts at the age of 4-5 months when table foods are introduced. If they are not eating well and have very high white count they should be checked for chest / throat / ear / urine infections. Not being able to eat. / drink / being fussy / not being active as normal are all signs of infection.
What does it mean when you have a high white blood cell count in a discharge? I was STD tested and all the test came back negative
Infection: High white blood cell (WBC) count usually indicates infection. I wonder what stds you were tested for. Let me know and I can tell you if you were tested for all that are there and also if adequate testing was used.
I have a high white blood cell count on my pap smear culture but am negative for any STIs and have no other infections. What could it be?
Not a count: We don't count white cells on the pap smear. They are always present and the number is often high for no reason. Relax and get on with your life.
Yes: Forgive my frankness. A significantly elevated white count and symptoms lasting a month, without anything from a physician as to what's going on, should prompt you to seek a different physician with whom you have better rapport. Vague complaints and leukocytosis could be bacterial endocarditis, tuberculosis, or any of several other illnesses that must be diagnosed without delay.
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