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What Is A Normal Wbc Count During Taxol Treatment
My neutrophils count is 88% lymphocytes count is 10% and monocytes count is 1%. Is that normal? If not what does it indicate? What care should I take?
Stop worrying: If you absolute lymphocyte and neutrophil counts are anywhere near the reference range, and you feel well, you're fine. Both values fluctuate wildly from day to day. ...Read more
What does it mean for a kid if WBC and RBC count is normal while differential is not ( neutrophils low, monocytes a bit high, eosinophils high ) ?
Repeat it.: Atypical lymphocytes can be caused by a viral illness. If you are worried about lymphoma/leukemia, ask to have a recheck of your blood counts to rule out lab error. I discovered a patient who was perfectly normal had his blood sample mixed up with a patient with leukemia. I told him I didn't believe it, but he had an anxious time waiting for the results of the next test. Humans make mistakes. ...Read more
How likely is it for a patient to have sepsis if there is noemal temp, normal WBC, normal CRP and normal platelet count?
Anything: It depends on the type of leukemia and where he is in his treatment. Generally, it is preferred to keep the platelets above 20, 000 even during chemotherapy to avoid bleeding problems. Platelets over 1.5 million may cause clotting problems. Discuss with your oncologist-- they can explain everything. ...Read more
Same: The same as non-diabetics.Get a more detailed answer ›
40-65: Total white blood cell count is 4500 - 11000 / µl (microliter) with polymorphs at 40 - 65%. ...Read more
My neutrophils count is elevated and lymphocytes count is reduced. Is this related to stress? Is this sign of cancer?
Probably meaningless: Percentages mean nothing apart from absolute numbers, and these fluctuate wildly, even fairly far from the "reference range" (which you shouldn't confuse with the "healthy range" -- it's arbitrarily set so that several percent of healthies fall outside at either end). I can raise my absolute neutrophil count to maybe 20, 000 by swimming for half an hour in cold water. ...Read more
Likely normal: All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/complete-blood-count/my00476/dsection=results. ...Read more
Im having a urine test the result of red blood cell is 1-3 normal is 0-1 hpf,and my pus cell WBC is 4-6 normal is 0-2 hpf what it is mean?
Do not worry: Those numbers are very low and likely are not significant. If you are having symptoms with your urination, let your doctor know to ask if he suspects an infection, but with those numbers it would be unlikely. Those numbers can also be affected by dehydration, so make sure you drink plenty of water daily. Also I see you take ibuprofen, make sure you are not over-dosing as this can cause bleeding. ...Read more
A wide range.....: Of normal is seen for both men and women. Generally, a range of 4k-10k per ul is commonly reported by most labs. However, the number of wbcs is only part of the picture. The relative amounts of each type of WBC count is also important to consider. If you have a more specific question or concern, please feel free to post here or talk with your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
My platelet count is 750 and haemoglobin value is 8. What is most likely reason and what should I do?
Hi! my wife has a total WBC count of 7700 cells/cu.mm. neutrophil of 50% and lymphocyte is 42%. is it normal or anything concerning?
White count: Between 4000 to 11, 000.Get a more detailed answer ›
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