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Low White Blood Cell Count And High Monocytes
My white blood cell count was 6.25... Is this normal or low? Is it okay to take prednisone for poison ivy with this WBC count?
Is 3.4 white blood cell count too low? What could be the problem? Lymphocytes, monocytes, and the rest were at noraml range..
Generally no: A white blood cell count has a wide range but your number is just fine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Immune system: This could be serious, your immune system could be overwhelmed by some sort of non bacterial assault. Mold exposure in susceptible people can manifest as low WBC with activation of macrophages (monocytes) are you sick? See a doc who undertands immune system problems. ...Read more
Can nonoxynol-9 result in vaginal inflammation and higher white blood cell count in vaginal discharge? Or is WBC count only related to infection?
Nonoxynol 9 : Yes, nonoxynol 9 and the condom itself can lead to inflammation of the vahina and elevated white cells. This is known as leukorrhea. It is not necessarily an infection like yeast. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My white blood cell count is 3.2 and my monocyte count is 13.3 and my reticulocytes is 103900 what does this mean?
CBC: What you describe sounds like CBC associated with a viral process. Low white cell count and high monocytes or a monocytosis. I believe you mean thrombocytes at 103,900 which are your platelets and that is normal. Reticulocytes are newly formed red cells and they are usually expressed in a percentage. 0.5%-2% is normal range. A reticulocyte count above 5% would be high. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 ...Read more
Leukopenia may be...: Counterintuitive, but it is seen frequently in the context of infection/inflammation. Usually we equate illness with a rise in WBC count because we mobilize our wbcs to fight off infections caused by multiple pathogens...Viruses, bacteria, fungi for example. However, inflammatory cytokines can induce transient marrow suppression to cause leukopenia. Should resolve spontaneously. Get well soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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