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Low Neutrophils High Eosinophils
I have low neutrophils and high eosinophils. What does it mean? Also, my doctor said my heart is beating slowly. Are these two things related? Thanks.
How high?: Hypereosinophilia (>1500 measured on two separate occasions weeks apart) can lead to cardiac and other organ damage. If you fit this picture, then you really need to consult an allergist to find out the cause for the hypereosinophilia and be treated accordingly. If the number is just moderately elevated, then the cardiac issue is unrelated.
Hard to comment: Without the total wbc, percentages and the clinical context.
My 9 year old son came back with low neutrophils: 0.50, high eosinophils: 1.02, and atypical lymphocytes: 10.4. Could this be anything serious?
Many answers: You will need to tell us whether your son has any symptoms or illness. The blood test finding suggests the presence of a viral infection and possibly allergies but no blood test alone can establish a diagnosis.
Allergic Rxn, error,: Neutrophils are normally 45-74% in a count of wbc's while eosinophils are normally 0-7%. You might have a high count from an allergic reaction to something or it might be that some neutrophils might have been mistaken for eosinophils. Either way, this does not seem abnormal enough to indicate an underlying disorder. A repeat count would be advised. See your doctor.
Recently my blood test shows low neutrophils, high lymphocytes and high eosinophils. What can I do rectify all this and boost my immune?
You are probably: Looking at the percentages. Not uncommon for native africans to have a relative neutropenia and lymphocytosis. The eos could represent allergy or atypical infection. Ask your doc if more work up is needed.
How far off?: If the neutrophil count is above 1000 absolute, you are not in danger. If the eos are above maybe 1000 a hematology consult may be in order. Often we never find the explanation. If you are on any meds, even over the countr stuff, let your physician know.
What does it mean for a kid if WBC and RBC count is normal while differential is not (neutrophils low, monocytes a bit high, eosinophils high)?
Blood count: Elevated eosinophils may indicate an allergic condition or infection from a parasiteSee 2 more doctor answers
I recently received blood test results with low neutrophils (34.8%), high lymphocytes (48.2%) and high eosinophils (10.8%). Should I be concerned?
I recently had routine lab work done. The results showed low segmented neutrophils 38%, high lymphocytes 46%, and high eosinophils 8%. WBC 6.1 k/mm3?
Not worrisome: Ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside. Percentages here mean nothing; your absolute counts are fine for each cell type. Be thankful for good health
What could cause high sed rate (37), high WBC, high Eosinophils, high neutrophils, a high ana (54.73), ana Titer 1:40? Chest pain, severe fatigue?
Arthritis: You have probably have a form of arthritis. Whoever ordered the tests should be able to help you
I have been sick. My blood results showed low RWD, high momocytes, and high eosinophils. What does that indicate?
Need more informati: Need more information on what you mean by sick. The eosinophils can suggest allergies, the high monocytes can indication recovering from an underlying illness or an active illness. The low RDW could suggest small RBCs and even anemia. Other information of you illness is not available.
Possible infection: There are many causes of elevated eosinophil counts. However, is the eosinophil count elevated in raw number or just as a %. If you have a low WBC and a normal eosinophil count, it may appear to be higher than it actually is. Various disorders can cause increased eos. Parasites, allergies, and some rheumatologic diseases can all cause elevated results.
Nothing: Lab values without clinical information mean nothing whatever. Low RDW never means anything. Reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall outside. If you feel well, forget the monos, and if the eos are below 2000, get retested next year. Now, if you are SICK. .. these are great keys to help find out the cause. But don't treat numbers. Best wishes
Maybe nothing: Eos can correlate with drug sensitivity and environmental allergy. If the WBC and granulocytes are both low this is neutropenia, a dependent on the degree it could be serious. Need the actual numbers to take stab at it.
Depends: The common causes of high eosinophil count are allergy and parasitic infestation. It would require investigation in-person to ascertain the cause and treatment. You may wish to consult this site for more info. Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/symptoms/eosinophilia/basics/definition/sym-20050752
Actual values: All lab 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.
What is the indication of a low lymphocytes, low monocytes, low ferritin, high eosinophils, and high mch?
Iron deficiency: You most likely have iron deficiency. Percentages of lymphocytes, monocytes and eosinophils may not be pertinent. It is the absolute numbers of these cells that is important. The low ferritin likely represents iron deficiency. As a 39 year old woman, menstrual blood loss and perhaps recent pregnancies may be the cause, but you should see your doctor to determine why you might be iron deficient.
Lymphocyte percentage high. Eosinophils high. Basophils absolute count low. MCH & MCHC low. Hair falling out of body. Feeling pins & needles. Is there link?
No: The percentage numbers on your CBC mean nothing apart from absolute counts. Low basophils never mean anything, and high eos matter only if they're way-high. You're anemic and losing body hair, somebody's put you on two vitamins for some reason without giving you a full explanation. You need a hematology, dermatology & maybe endocrine consult. There's no single cause. Insist on answers.
I have a paraovarian cyst, lab shows high wbc. High eosinophils, hemglbin a little low diagnosed with hypothyroidism. What could be causing all this?
Not likely your cyst: Apparently your cyst is non-functional, so unless there is infection, it should not be causing your readings. Eosinophils can mean a parasitic infection or allergic reaction, while high WBC can mean an infection. Your low hb can be from blood loss or renal issue, and hypothyroid can have many causes. You may have one or many causes for this, but you need more tests so see your dr. For a workup.See 1 more doctor answer
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