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Pai 1 4g 5g Polymorphism
Leokocytosis: Frequently an indicator of infection can be caused by some medications. ...Read more
My monocyte level is zero every other test is perfect is anything to worry polymorphs 65, lymphocyt 32,?
Discuss with md: Always discuss lab results with the ordering physician or your primary care provider. That said, having zero "absolute" monocytes is within normal for the lab test and doesn't indicate one does not make them. ...Read more
White blood cells: Polymorphs are used to help diagnose leukemia, infection, multiple myeloma and several other illnesses like appendicitis. Not only is the blood count important put the appearance of the white blood cell is important. It is not important as a screening test and should be accompanied by other physical and lab tests to give help in making diagnosis of illness. Your physician is the person to call. ...Read more
Usually nothing: The two physicians have already told you the truth -- only the absolute counts matter, and i would rather labs didn't report percentages at all. Only if polys and/or lymphs are far from the reference range is there any reason to be concerend. If the polys are below 1000, a workup is perhaps in order, starting with reviewing you medications. Below 500 is getting dangerous. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
That happens often: Chemotherapy temporarily lowers the neutrophil (Polymorphs) counts but it does not affect lymphocyte numbers. So this is the result when the counts are low for about one week(mid cycle) then they recover to their normal proportion(60% Polys) and 25% lymphocytes. Your oncologist or his nurse can also explain this, if you ask them. ...Read more
More tests needed,,,: Your high polymorphs and ESR do indicate that something is going on, however, without more tests, it's unclear what it is. It can be an infection like pneumonia or an abscess, or it can be a joint disease like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis or something else. It would be best to see your doctor and get a thorough exam with a full battery of blood tests before a diagnosis can be made. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abnormal blood : Please give us the total white blood cell (WBC) count, the percentage of polymorphs and lymphocytes you had reported on the test result form. This will give us more information to answer your questions. Another way to get the answer quicker, would be to speak to the physician (p) who ordered it. The p will give you more informed information much quicker. Good luck. ...Read more
My hemoglobin is11.90gms n serum calcium is8.3 and polymorphs count is 77% .So i need ur help so i can over come my deficiency n whts is polymorhs?
If feel well, ignore: Your hemoglobin ; calcium are very slightly low for most labs; your physician might check you for iron deficiency ; whether Albumin is slightly low to explain. I often wish that percentages of white cells weren't even reported as they mean nothing and if your absolute lymphocyte count is not very low, i would ignore it. Polymorphs are the warrior white cells, lymphocytes do specialty work. ...Read more
My polymorphs is 38% and lymphocytes in 54% and mpv is 8.7% and rest of the report is normal.everything normal or there's something to worry and 18 yr?
Why did you check it: Did you have any reason/symptoms which led you to have your blood counts(CBC) checked? Your history is helpful to know before we can interpret your blood counts. it is probably due to a virus infection. If you have not had a recent viral infection, then you should repeat check your CBC to find out if the counts have become normal. Otherwise you need to see your doctor for checkup.. ...Read more
My blood reports, this is Okay??
TOTAL LEUCOCYETE COUNT 12,600
FNAC result "Smear consists of fibrofatty tissue with few lymphocytes and polymorphs suggestive of inflammed lipomatous lesion"?
May need core biopsy: FNAC is often inadequate to make a proper diagnosis, especially if you suspect cancer. if you have a tumor, you should go and see a good surgeon who deals with cancer. He may do a core biopsy which gives more tissue than a FNAC. I am afraad you will need a repeat biopsy but seek a second opinion for finding out what you have wrong ...Read more
My son aged 4 years 7 months, male has below readings from his blood test. Polymorphs - 49% Lymphocytes - 46% Monocytes - 1%....wht this indicate?
Viral? Nonspecific?: Depending on his symptoms it may suggest a viral infection and if he has none it may either signify a subclinical infection or nothing. Blood tests in isolation means nothing unless the whole picture of the child is taken into account. If worried u shd consult his doctor and discuss it with him. ...Read more
Hello sir; 35 yrs old lady having her lab report shows polymorphs 80%, lymphocytes 19%, & SGOT252.47IU/L, SGPT 206.50 IU/L. what her diagnosis?
Thank you: Thanks for showing the labs. Although the liver tests are a bit high the most important things which are the history and physical are not there. No way to make a diagnosis based on labs only,however, she appears to have some sort of infectios process going on in the liver. If you are her doctor or not your physician must be the source of a diagnosis ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Last July2014, my Pap shows i have LGSIL & yeast infection & was advise for repeat after 3mos. now, it shows occasional metaplastic & few polymorphs.
Ok: appears your abnormalities are resolving. repeat your pap in at least 1 year ...Read more
I just got my blood test report in which Polymorphs count is 62%, Lymphocytes-35%, Eosinophils-02%, Monocytes-01% & Basophils-00%. Do I need to worry?
My Hg=13.9,Leucocyte =14100,polymorphs=80%,lymphocyte=16%,eosinophils=4%,monocyte=0%,basophils=0% and ESR(observed)=18, RBC count=5.87. Pls Comment?
Ok: The leukocytes are high. If this was checked while you were ill it suggests infection but otherwise is very non-specific. The eosinophils are a higher percentage than typical which most commonly means you are an allergic person. ...Read more
Is there anything else recommended for Lupas aerimatosis and Polymorphic Light Eruption as I suffer both.
LE & PMLE: That is a tough combination. PMLE is usually treated with pain meds, anti itch creams and believe it or not light therapy. Small increasing doses of light to try and desensitize the skin from reacting to light. The mainstays of trement for LE include anti-inflamatories and immune modulating drugs. Best to coordinate care between derm and rheum specialists so each knows the others care plan ...Read more