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Never heard of: Unless you meant eosinophilia and not snowfelia. Eosinophils are the major cells in the white blood cell group which cause allergic inflammation in the target. When the count is elevated (usually in blood ), it is called eosinophilia. Since it is the number of eosinophils present in the target which causes the disease, the count in the blood may or may not be increased in allergies. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my eosinophilia count is 590 and my hb count is 6.9.is this very dangerous?
Yes: I'm not concerned about your absolute eosinophil count, but if your hemoglobin is 6.9 g/dL, you are severely anemic, you are almost certainly sick from it, and it's being caused by some underlying disease. Unless the cause of your anemia is obvious, you have stomach or colon cancer until proved otherwise, though there are hundreds of other possible causes. Get worked up without delay. ...Read more
CBC: Eosinophilia is more of a finding than a diagnosis. It is noted on a cbc. Once it is of concern, the cause may be determined. Potential causes include infection, allergies, unknown causes or certain blood abnormalities. Increased eosinophils can be dangerous over time, as it can cause tissue damage. This should be followed closely by your doctor. ...Read more
Mild increase: Eosinophilia is a condition in which the eosinophil count in the peripheral blood exceeds the normal level. Eosinophil is type of white blood cell that contains red granules that can be increased in number in particular conditions like- allergic reaction, asthma, parasites infestations, hay fever, drug reaction, malignancy etc. Mild eosinophilia means mild elevation of eosinophils in the blood. ...Read more
What do you advise if I am suffering from eosinophilia for long time, i don't know how to cure. What do you advise if I am 5'4 and my weight is 46kg?
Eosinophilia: Isn't a disease, it denotes increased eosinophils in blood count, that can be due to parasitic infestation, allergies, or hyper-eosinophilic syndromes, where eosinophils are markedly increased and infiltrate many organs, can happen in some immune deficiency states and malignant diseases. Which of which is your condition? Please see a hematologist / an immunologist preferably in a tertiary care ctr ...Read more
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