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Trying to understand my labs my WBC 5.7 ,neut 3.2 ,lymph 1.6 in 1998 in 2014 WBC 5.7,neut 3.7,lymph 1.2 what does this mean
Means nothing: Blood cell numbers fluctuate hour by hour. Please forgive me because I care about you. You need to sit down with your physician and accept his/her reassurance about your liver hemangioma, your thalassemia (which I presume is minor), and whatever else is concerning you. Then resolve that you'll simply stop worrying -- this kind of anxiety is a thinking pattern you CAN overcome. Live richly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1998 CBC : WBC 5.7 neut 3.2 lymph1.6
2014 cbc: WBC 5.7 neut 3.7 lymphs 1.2
In between theses years my lymphs never went below 1.5 is this normal 1.2?
Last 3 CBC WBC 5.9 neut 3.7 lymphs 1.5 mono.6 then WBC 5.7 neut 3.7 lymph 1.2 mono ..6 and last WBC 5.1 neut 3.7 lymphs 1.0 all lower except neut why?
WBC/differential: These are normal values. Why in heaven's name are you getting these done repeatedly. The slight differences mean absolutely nothing unless placed in some clinical context, and even if this were done here it is doubtful that there could be any meaningful interpretation. Relax and have a great Holiday season. ...Read more
WBC 5.7 neut 3.2 lymph 1.6 mono .6 fifthteen years later WBC 5.7 neut 3.7 lymph 1.2 mono .6 is my lymphocytes going to low I'm worried?
Wbc 6.4 neut 4.2 ,lymphs1.5 back in 2001 today 2014 wbc5.7 neut 3.7 ,lymphe 1.2 what does this mean?
Variable: There is a great deal of variability in lab tests like a CBC which includes the WBCs and differential which you listed. These values can vary day to day, even hour to hour, depending on the situation. There is only minimal difference in the values you listed, likely not too significant but if you are concerned, see your doctor for further information/evaluation. ...Read more
normal wbc 8.5 (normal 3.8-10.8 NEUTROPHILS 79.5 (normal 40.0-75.0) LYMP14.7 (normal 18.0-47.0) mean? anything to worry abl lyp 1.2 abl neut 6.8
White blood cells: As long as the white blood cell count is within normal range, slight shifts in the differential (number and percentage of different types of white blood cells) (i.e. neutrophils and lymphocytes, are usually not anything to be worried about. These values change on a day by day basis. Having increased neutrophils and decreased lymphocytes may be a sign of recent exposure to a bacterial infection. ...Read more
Last 3 cbc, WBC 5.6, 6.4 ,5.7 neut 3.4, 4.2 ,3.7 lymphs 1.5, 1.4 ,1.2 is a pattern starting on my lymphs in the last 3 years going lower and lower?
Not necessarily: Your lymphocyte count is normal and variation need not be interpreted as a gradual decline. Do follow your doctor's advice on follow-up tests. ...Read more
My lymphs went from 1.6 to 1.0 with WBC 5.7 to 5.1 dr's Say normal why such a drop never got so low is it because neuts got to 72% what is the reason?
Listen man...: Isn't this around the twelfth time you've asked this? I've reassured you. Others here have reassured you. Please, bro. Don't do this to yourself. What else can anyone do to reassure you that this is not evidence of serious disease? For your own sake and for those around you, talk with your personal physician about how you can get a grip on these thoughts that are so troubling you. ...Read more
I have bilateral pe. Tests indicated WBC of 15, 900, PLT of 389, nuetro of 64.1%, 3 weeks later tests indicate WBC of 14, 600, plts 430, ab neut of 9.8 h?
PE with high WBC: This requires careful followup and attention by your physicians. This is a complicated illness and you need to be seen regularly to stay healthy. ...Read more
Is low WBC common 16 days after ivig? Wbc 2.7; abs neut .62; %'s seg23; lymph60; eosin7. History - WBC 3.5; abs neut 2.6; %'s seg74; lymph15; eosin 0
Labs something to be concerned about in a 7 y/o?Wbc 18.7, MCV 90, MCH 30.9, PLT 258, %neut 89.1, %lymp 3.2, #neut 16.7, #lymph 0.60, #mono1.00 ?
Call doctor: Do not micro read labs, call your kid's doc or make an appt and ask them to exlain. ...Read more
Sarcoid cause chronic low WBC (2.8.- 3.2 range last 18 mo)? Lymphs% 17/Lymphs Abs .6/Neut man. 75?
Sarcoid: Could be. What is your question.Get a more detailed answer ›
My WBC is showing 12.0, Neut % 73.3, Lymp % 19.8, Mono % 5.6 Neut # 8.8 My Vit d 25 HydroxyLevel is 16.
What does this mean?
WBC 5, 26*10^9/L; NEUT 1, 78*10^9/L, 33, 8%; LYMPH 2, 70*10^9/L, 51, 3%; MONO 0, 53*10^9/L, 10, 1%. No more symptoms. It is serious?
No: All laboratory 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. Having said that, your counts are within normal limits are not a cause for concern. ...Read more
Should I worry about persistent *relative* lymphocytosis? 3 CBCs in 2 yrs show ~60% lymphs, ~40% neuts (both within absolute ranges, total WBC ~5.5K)
Numbers are just...: Numbers are just numbers. Without the whole picture, such as why was labwork done, numbers usually cannot tell much. The result values in this question, in a healthy person, are generally considered normal. One should ask his ordering doctor if the result is ok in the setting of his whole picture. ...Read more
how do blood counts work ex: if neutro are 64% and lymph 21% WBC 5.7 last test my neut 72% lymph 19% WBC 5.1 does it mean there is more neutro needed?
I'm online now. Type your question here.MY WBC is 16.59, anc is 14.75, neut% is 85.2, lymph% id 10.6?
All I can comment is: That is an abnormally high count and the differential indicates ACUTE INFECTION...bacterial or EARLY Viral! Hope this helps Ask again with more info or USE HEALTH TAP PRIME and get a full virtual Medical Consultation! Dr Z ...Read more
My 8yr Son ,WBC 4.73 ,Hgb 13.9 Pit 163. Neut% 68.5 % Neut #3.24. Lymph % 25.6, lymph # 1.21 IGA% 0.200 IGA# 0.010 WBC 3.3 2wk ago. Need for Concern?
What is the reason: For serial testing of his WBC and IgA? Lymphocytes are bit on the lower side, and also the IgA, but those have to be read in context of his clinical picture. You can confer with the doctor who ordered the tests. For a second opinion with a specialist, an allergist/immunologist, ask your doctor for referral if s/he would, also check acaai.org or aaaai.org for an allergist/immunologist in your area ...Read more
Cannot evaluate: Individual lab tests cannot be interpreted without all of the results and an understanding of the patient's medical history. I would recommend asking the doctor who ordered the test or a consult on HealthTap Prime, If you have the lab results and can upload them. Good luck. ...Read more
For the past 5 yrs my wbc has been high with ab lymphs and ab neuts. Recently my labs changed to ab immature grans. I have no clue what is happening.
May be nothing: Lab reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside on either side. If the white cells all look normal, and you feel well, this is not likely to be anything requiring treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Well within the common parameters for age. ...Read more
High WBC 14.4 RDW 15.5 Neut absolute 9.4 this is the second test in 6months with high WBC and I have no infections that I am aware of.
Hi WBC and ANC: Hi. Your overall WBC is high, and your absolute neutrophil count (ANC) is high. Sounds like it's been going on at least 6 months. Your elevated RDW may be related. I would suggest your doc order flow cytometry to look for a clonal expansion of neutrophils; bone marrow biopsy if indicated. AML and CML are possibilities. I would like to think your doc is all over this. Don't ignore this. Good luck! ...Read more
Last 2 Cbc in order WBC 6.4,5.1 neutr 65%,72% lymphs 21%,19% does the fact that neut% went up to 72% have effect on my lymphs abs # to go down to 1.0?
Yes. Simple math.: If total WBC's count is fairly stable, pretend we have 10,000 WBCs, with 40% neutrophils and 30% lymphocytes, that means there are 4000 neut and 3000 lymph. The numbers are the machine's counting of what is in the blood. Likewise, if there are 1000 kids at school, 40% boys means 400 boys (if one leaves and is replaced by a girl, there will be 399 boys, or 39.9% boys, and 60.1% girls). ...Read more
6yo lo WBC 4.5(5-11 range), lo RBC 3.58(3.7-5.3), lo hgb 10.4(11.2-14), lo neut 34.2%(35-80), &hi lymph 52.8%(35-52).Lots sporadic type b symptoms.Help?
Pediatrician: Preferably board certified, who ordereed this is responsible for explaining to you in simple terms. ...Read more
Wbc15.7 10^3/µl.Plt 347 10^3/µl.Neut 62%.Lym34%.Monocyte1%.Eosinophil1%.Atypiclymph2%.H.B10.4g/dl.H.C.T34.3%.Rbc5.41mil/ul.High WBC is blood cancer?
13.7 wbc, absolute lymphocyte result of 3.6 range was 1.5 to 3.5 indicative of lymphoma? Neut. Abs. 9.2. Range 1.5 to 6.6. Doctor not worried But i am
Do not worry: All laboratory 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. Having said that, your WBC count is just above normal and mostly due to neutrophils, the latter suggest some infection rather than lymphoma. I am in agreement with your doctor. ...Read more
Severe brawny edema w rash for 3 weeks, wbc 15.9, rbc 5.4, hgb 16.7, hmt 49.6, abs neut 12.5, immature grans abs .2 c1 func 106, c1 47, c4 13. Cause?
I had a CBC last week doc said its normal. Wbc 7.3 RBC 5.7 platlets 318 pcked cell volume 48% MCV 83fl neut. 36% lym. 56% eos. 04% mono. 04% baso. 00%?
Sounds normal: Sounds like a normal cbc. Wbc of 7.3 is in normal range, neither too high nor too low. The neut, lym., eos., mono., and baso are the 5 types of wbc's and the numbers indicate the percentage of each of the 7.3 (actually 7300) . The percentages show a normal distribution. Platelets help your blood to clot, and the number is normal. Finally are the rbc's, and the numbers for them are normal. ...Read more
My CBC is WBC 9.2, RBC 5.5, hgb 16.1, hct 46.4, MCV 84.4, MCH 29.3, mchc 34.7, %rdw-cv 12.4, PLT 254, mpv 12.2, % neut 46.8, % lymp 40.5, % mono 9.4 .. Is it good or bad. Plz comment on high mpv value?
Results in range: Didn't get lab's reference range with your results ? Labs do vary. With that being said, your % monocytes are a bit high (range 2-8%) you are 9.4 the concern is out of range mean platelet volume mpv. (range 7.5-11.5 ) you test at 12.2. Platelets are cells involved in blood clotting. Higher ranges indicate platelets are larger, and possibly mean greater risk of stroke or heart attack. Retest w md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leg pain/body weakness 2wks otherwise feel good, CBC all normal but Neut 41.5%(abs 3.01) Lymph 46%(3.34) Mono 11.2%(.81) Eos .1%(<.03) Baso 1.2%(.09) no anemia WBC 7.26 RBC 5.19, LFT normal but low alp 32, panel 7 normal, calc/magn normal, worrisome?
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My husband has had WBC of 16.6 for 2 weeks.MCH is 26.0, RDW-CV is 14.7, Neut# is 14.1, Glucose is 108, Creatine 1.37, Any thoughts on diagnosis?
See below: Does he have any signs of an infection? This is the first thing I would think of. ...Read more
4 blood tests showed lymph (13-19%) low and neut high (72-80%). Absolute lymp is 1.5-1.7) why does it keep doing this? Wbc 8.9. Rest of counts normal
There may be more: Your blood counts are not that much out of line, however, you also had ct scan, and mri, did these imaging studies show something that may have prompted your doctor to repeat the blood tests. It would be helpful to talk to your doctor who ordered the tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1M ago had physical, CBC showed WBC 3.6 Neut Abs 1.68. Re-tested, WBC 3.9, Neut Abs 1.58, Lymph Abs 1.9. Other values normal. Should I be concerned?
Not now: Slightly abnormal lab values without any symptoms (I assume since this was a physical?) or recent infections. It is more likely the labs normalize or stay consistent without adverse effects, but may still warrant subsequent testing at a follow up visit. ...Read more
My protein/creatinine ratio is 1624, protein is 120, bun/creat is 30.0, WBC is elevated, RDW is low and %neut is 81.3. Albumin is 4.4. ?
Not sure about the ?: No protein loss in the urine is normal. Something is inflaming the kidneys. If WBC is elevated, it may be an infection (urinary tract? Other infection?). Albumin is relatively good to think massive chronic protein loss, so likely this is something acute and may resolve if treated. Talk to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
WBC 11.3 high, RBC 5.03 High, MCV 81.1 Low, MCH 26.3 Low, NE% 85.1 High, LY% 9.5 low, Neut# 9.6 High, INR 1.080, PTT 37.5 High, Slight Hemolysis noted?
Any symptoms?: All laboratory 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. Having said that, none of the results are a cause for concern. Why were the tests done? Generally it is better to treat the patient rather than laboratory numbers. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
GFR 44, BUN 27, LYMPH 9, NEUT 87, WBC 14.3, BAND 2 WHAT DO THESE NUMBERS INDICATE? KIDNEY DISEASE, CANCER
See below: All laboratory 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. Having said that, the results indicate kidney disease and you ought to consult a nephrologist, at the earliest. The results are not diagnostic of cancer nor do these exclude cancer. ...Read more
HCT 0.36 (0.37-0.47)
WBC 12.9 (4.0-10.0)
NEUT 7.9 (2.0-7.5)
AST 68 (5-40)
ALT 120 (4-33)
TSH 4.26 (0.27-4.2)
(Free T 12.5)
WBC 12.9, NEUT 74%, LYMPH 17%, MONO 3%, EOS 4%, BASO 0%
ATYPICAL LYMPHS FEW, ANISOCYTOSIS, POIKILOCYTOSIS, HYPOCHROMIA, BASOPHILIC STIPPLING ALL SMALL?
All laboratory 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. Having said that, your white cell count is okay. Red cell data would have meant more had you provided your hemoglobin level.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more