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Low Mean Cell Volume
Mean cell hemoglobin conc. 32.9 (31-37); platelet count 315 (150-450); mean platelet volume 6.8 (7.4-11). Do I have a problem with my platelets?
I have "chronic fatigue issues" and my Red Blood Cell account is above UK range, could I have Polycythemia? Red Blood Cell count (426..) is "above range" at 5.83 10^12/L [4.5 - 5.5] | Mean cell volume (42A..) is "below range" at 82 fL [83 - 101]
Doubt it: There is not enough to tell but unlikely. You can ask your physician ...Read more
Significance? Urine- wbc>100/cmm; red blood cells:+++; no growth. Fbc (suggestive of infection)- neutrophil:7.3 10*9/l; mean platelet volume: 12.3fl
Lab data: These results are meaningless without a clinical history and exam results. Although you have micropyuria and hematuria cannot be sure of the significance without knowing the problems you are investigating and the manner in which the urine was collected. It would be helpful if you provided the remainder of the cbc, but not without expounding on reasons it was done. ...Read more
Fatigue, weightloss,no libido,very low semen volume,muscle loss,brainfog,wake early am. Testosterone in range 295ng/dl.CT neg worried small cell lc?
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Blood test result show high packed cell volume ,high RBC, high WBC and high Neutrophil count what does it mean ? With Hand Burning and oral thrush.
By itself, nothing: You're a young man and your somewhat high Hct may simply be you -- reference ranges are set so that several percent of folks fall outside on either end. Same for white count. The oral thrush, if proven, calls for a check for a few illnesses; the hands, a neuropathy workup perhaps. Labs are meaningful only in the context of clinical fnidings. Your physician owes you a full explanation. ...Read more
FEV1: An expiratory volume is usually how much air your expell from your lungs in a unit of time (fev1 = expiratory volume in 1 second). There are predicted normals (based on sex, height, weight and race). A normal number or a number greater than 70 perent of your predicted normal is ideal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May not be an issue!: While it is true that certain connective tissue disease like sjogren's and lupus can cause this, along with viral infections, it is quite common to see a statistically low white count. The most important thing is to determine if your neutrophil count and lymphocyte count are within normal range. But the way, high thyroid levels can also lower white count! best! ...Read more
Volume = sets/reps: When talking about workout programs, the word "set" refers to the number of times a particular exercise is performed in a workout session; "reps" or "repetitions" refers to the number of times a lift is performed in a give "set".......For example, "2 sets of 10 reps" means that a bench press, for example, was performed two different times and each time, you bench pressed the weight for 10 reps. ...Read more
More information: The 14% plasma cells is a worrisome feature. You will need some more sophisticated tests to know whether or not you have myeloma or a related problem. If the studies are not available in Katmandu, your physician should be able to send blood samples away for the results ...Read more
What could it mean to have high absolute cd19+ b cells (627 cells/ul) but have low levels of total IgG and IgG subclasses?
See below: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have HPV and the test that was ran was called "low volume hpv". What is this? Does this mean I have the low risk hpv?
HPV: We are still learning all of the things we should know about hpv. Hpv has over 140 common strains. 13 of those strains can put you at risk for cancer. 4 of the 13 strains cause 95% of the cancers and are the high risk for cancer. The other nine strains are lower risk or lower volume. Please make sure you have gotten the hpv vaccine known in the U.S. As gardisil. ...Read more
Weakness in defense: T cells help regulate the t cells and are the main reason people don't develop autoimmune diseases. T cells, if left unchecked, would attack the individual's own body .There are two main types of t cells, cd4 and cd8. Cd8 t cells are also known as killer t cells. Though this name sounds threatening, these are very important in preventing illness. These cd8 t cells kill kill infected and damaged c. ...Read more
High white cell?: Low IgM per se is unlikely to be of major clinical importance but a persistently high WBC requires further evaluation by a hematologist in the absence of an acute or chronic infection. On the other hand, a transiently elevated WBC (no more than a week duration) is likely from an acute infection be it viral or bacterial. ...Read more
It depends: The interpretation of laboratory tests is always done in the context of the symptoms, and why the test was ordered in the first place. The only place to address a question like this is with the physician who ordered the test, not the internet. ...Read more
Thrombocytopenia: you have moderate thrombocytopenia- or low platelet. go to see doctor to find the cause. platelet can be low due to many different things from infection, autoimmune process, certain nutrient deficiency, drug/toxin induced, destruction of platelet, consumption, decrease in production etc. go to see MD to check it out. ...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
Should i worry high lymphocytes, monocytes/100 leukocytes, and platelet mean volume (38.5, 7.8, 10.6 respectv) and low neurtrophils/100 leukocytes 49?
Abnormal cell counts: Unfortunately, the numbers you present may be percentages & not total cell counts. When we interpret a CBC we look at total cell counts and the % of total whites made up of each cell line. These can vary w/infections, nutritional status, stress, medications, certain medical conditions..... Would be best to review the labs w/ your doc & get an educated interpretation based upon your presentation. ...Read more
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