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Platelet Count Spontaneous Bleeding
500000, right?: This is higher than most folks, but "normal" here is a curious idea -- lab reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall a little bit outside on either end. If you're iron-deficient, that would be the obvious explanation, even if you're not significantly anemic. If not it's something to follow, or your physician may want to do a gene test for essential thrombocythemia. ...Read more
Wbc15.7 10^3/microlitr. Platelet 347 10^3/microlitr.Neutrophil 62%.Lymphocyte34%.Monocyte1%.Eosinophil1%.Atypiclymph2%. Is it blood cancer?Aml?Cml?All
Hard to be certain..: But these counts seem more consistent with a reactive process. You WBC count is on the high side, but your absolute neutrophil count (anc) is ~10k and your PLT count is normal. Neutrophils only last ~24hrs once made, so a high anc suggests robust marrow synthetic function. Your PLT count supports this as well. Cml, while uncommom, is possible. Confer with your dr., but i'd be surprised by ca. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Splenic infarct due to blood clot for unknown reason. Rbc hemoglobin hematocrit absolute immat. Granulocytes platelets all still elevated. Normal?
No not normal: You are lucky that you developed blood clot in a non essential organ. If this were your heart or brain where blood clot formed or travelled, it could have been life-threatening or at least severe impairment would have resulted. See a blood specialist, hematologist, for an opinion whether you should be on anticoagulation. ...Read more
Blood counts: While as you know those blood counts are not within normal ranges, however all may be related to your incomplete miscarriage. You should go to follow up with your doctor and have some evaluation- including iron level. If your iron is low- you should take some supplement. There are other things also to exclude especially if those abnormalities have been there even before your miscarriage. ...Read more
Calcium count of 10.7, potassium count 6.0, WBC count 10.9, platelet count 800, ne count 7.2. What could be the cause? Stress?
Discuss with doctor: There are other results we don't know and your doctor, the one who ordered the tests does know. What is most concerning to ooh at is a potassium of 6.0. That has to be treated asap to avoid cardiac problem. Please have it treated now, like right now, if not being treated to lower it, then worry about the rest after. Your kidneys have to be evaluated too. ...Read more
Is there any concern with these blood levels neutrophils % 72.3, ANC 7.4, WBC 10.2 reticulocyte count 3.22
absolute reticulocyte count 145?
Overall yes : It is always better to interpret results in a clinical context, ie if u are sick or not. Your neutrophils, anc, and WBC look good. To interpret the retic count it would be useful to know the hemoglobin and if there is bleeding or underlying blood disease. Overall your blood work looks good though ! ...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
Rbc count, WBC count, platelet count, RBC index, WBC differential count, hb, hct all blood test normal. Facing bleeding gum problem recently. Opinion?
Not blood's fault: If CBC normal as you say, more likely due to a change in the oral environment/ dental hygiene. Consider this to see if any change in brush/floss frequency or duration, change in tobacco or alcohol product use, or change in life stressors. In the interim, be sure you are brushing twice daily and flossing daily--this should stop bleeding--if not, consult dentist for exam and advice. ...Read more
Blood reports of 17mon boy Hemoglobin 9.9 Hematocrit 31. RDW 16.8, Platelet Count 597. Normal RETICULOCYTE COUNT, Normal BILIRUBIN. What could it be?
Is it possible to have polycythemia vera with normal pt, ptt, & INR plus normal bleeding time? High rbc, hgb, & hct.
Yes: Pt, ptt, inr and bleeding time have no role in the diagnosis of p. Vera. If you're eighteen years old, i'd look hard for a different cause if you are actually significantly polycythemic. There are plenty of really fit young men whose hemoglobin is a bit higher than the reference range -- athleticism to odd hemoglobin genes to something in your "gym health drink" you don't know about. Good luck. ...Read more
Pediatrics. IGM0.43 WBC4.1 RBC3.60 PLATELETS120 MCV107.0 MCH34.5 NEUTROPHIL0.66 MONOCYTE0.04 BRUISING EASY does this indicate MDS or APLASTIC AMENIA?
Easy bruise: These results do not point to an aplastic condition because there is normal WBC count and adequate platelets. They should have done labs for bleeding diathesis such as Prothrombin time(PT/INR) and Partial thromboplastin time (PTT) as well as possible blood clotting factor levels. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Bleeding: Platelets are the scaffoding for clot formation and subsequent tissue remodeling. Platelets aggregate at the bleeding site to prevent further blood loss. Abnormal platelet aggregation/destruction, insufficient production, and certain medication can also decrease platelet count. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would unexplained bruising, purple lines around knees, somewhat low red & white blood cell counts but normal platelet count mean for young woman?
Red blood cells-5.9, hematocrit- 55%, hemaglobin-18.0, esr-2, ldh-199, white blood cells- 9.0 (high neutrophils) & platlets-285, 000 polycythemia vera?
Can't tell. need w/u: Normal range will vary -depending on the range used on each lab. On my lab, hb of 18 is still normal for male. Your white blood cell and platelet are also within normal range. I don't see any problem there-except you said you have high neutrophils- which can be caused by many things. However, if you are worried about p.Vera- go to see a hematologist and she/he will be able to help you. ...Read more
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