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How To Lower White Blood Cells
Everytime i yawn, water comes out of my eyes and then my nose becomes runny. Is this because I am sick? Does zyprexa (olanzapine) lower white blood cells, related?
Lots of questions: All serotonin agents including zyprexa, (olanzapine) which is one of its properties can cause yawning. It can lower the white cell count. It can also cause a runny nose. Leukopenia is unrelated to these other symptoms. I can't find any references to why your eyes may get watery. Perhaps one of my other colleagues on the site will have some insight into that. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unfortunately, no: It is good - so that's worth a bit - but nothing more w/ respect to HIV/AIDS. Risk is lowered by condoms and the drug, Prep. If you are at all worried, please do have a test. While there gather and learn as much info as you can. The folk will be happy to help since you'll be helping them! Simple white cell count is not an indicator . Best to you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
White cells: White blood cells are made in the bone marrow and circulate in the blood stream. They increase in response to infection, trauma, stress, tumor (i.e.. Leukemia), and abnormal bone marrow production. They decrease sometimes related to severe infection (sepsis), impaired bone marrow production, and autoimmune diseases. ...Read more
Can a high count in white blood cells cause anxiety? and how do you lower the count in white blood cells?
Depends.: When you have a high white count, it is usually a sign that your body is reacting to so,me type of infection which maybe accompanied by high fever and in some severe cases causes delirium. If the infection is respiratory in nature, you may have difficulty breathing and an anxiety symptoms. ...Read more
Trypanosome infectio: CSF white blood cell count increases and used for staging of trypanosomal infection. ...Read more
Would routine blood work have any indications as to pancreas problems (i.E. Lower blood count, increased white blood cells, etc.) what would those be?
Lipase, amylase,: This depends on the pathology or the disease type of the pancrease (pancrelipase) itself. In acute pancreatitis (inflammation of pancrease (pancrelipase)) >amylase and lipase enzyme substances are elevated in the blood. >white blood cells can also be elevated . In gallstone pancreatitis ( pancreatitis caused by gallbladder stones) >liver function tests can be elevated. In pancreatic cancer. >ca 19.9 can be elevated in blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have triple the normal urine cortisol.no tumors. Lower than normal white blood cells. Is there a way to treat these abnormalities?
Triple too high: do a Decadeon suppression test. Take 2 mg a day for 2 days, collect unemotional the second day, it should be very low ...Read more
Usually...: ...It does not affect them enough to notice. ...Read more
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