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What Is The Wbc In Blood Work
Mild WBC elevation: Your white blood cell count is mildly elevated and is most likely not significant. Some causes of elevated white blood cell count are infection and inflammation. The blood count should be repeated by your doctor. Most of the time it will go back to normal. If it's higher then a work up should be undertaken. Good luck! ...Read more
My WBC is 13.8 two months in a row. I had more blood work done this week. Not feeling bad in anyway. What could be wrong?
Good question: A WBC that is elevated represents that your body's responce to something. Most often it is an infection. Sometimes the infection does not have symproms. Sometimes your body is responding to non-infectious inflamations. This is why your physician did a good physical and history. That is why you continue testing. Of course it may be abnormal production/abnormal cells/ leukemia. Continue eval. ...Read more
I am a 31 year old male and recently just had blood work done. My WBC was 5.9 out of a range of 4.0 - 10.4 k/cmm. Is this normal? Does it change much?
WBC information: Wbc 5.9 is quite normal. White blood cell counts very considerably in a single individual from day to day. White blood cells are the primary mediators of control of infection. But WBC represents the number of different types of cells. These different cells help control the infection, inflammatory reactions, cancer and allergy reactions. ...Read more
Can repeated blood work (weekly) cause lower blood cell counts? WBC 4.2 last week and now 3.8 this week.
Had blood work came back rbc 3-10 hpf and wbc 6-10 hpf higher than the range what does this mean. Dr never mentioned anything.
These are Urine test: It looks he had a urine test done. Unless he had some urinary symptoms, it may not mean much. Yet these results are suspect for infection. He should follow it up with his doctor and may be better to repeat the test again to be sure these cells have cleared up especially the red cells should be less than 5 in a normal healthy urinary system. ...Read more
Probably normal: A WBC of 5700 (5.7 x 10 to the ninth/l) is within normal limits (4000-11000). If 42 and 50 represent percentages, they indicate a very minimally decreased absolute neutrophil count of 2394 (normal: 2500-7500) and a normal absolute lymphocyte count of 2850 (normal: 1500-3500). ...Read more
38yo white male just had a physical. All blood work ok except WBC was 4.5. My lab says 4.8-10.8 is normal. Concerned?
Had blood work done-Extremely tired-achy. Result WBC high and PLTS is 302 with range being 130-450 What does this mean?
Your platelets or PLTS for short are your bodies blood cells that initially help you to form a clot. Your level is normal and within the range of 130-450. That is 302, 000!
This can be estimated by looking at a slide however most labs use a coulter counter which counts these and other blood elements by passing the blood over a light beam. ...Read more
Anytime I get blood work my WBC count is always slightly elevated. This has been over a few years. What would cause this.
Stop worrying: Reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall outside on either end. If there are no weird cells on your smear, then this is almost certainly just you. Relax and be thankful for good health. ...Read more
Routine blood work from 3/15 an 12/15 showed urine wbc 1-3 everything else with urine and blood completely normal. What does this mean?
All normal: That's fine. The WBC's are your friends ...Read more
What is cause of low ferritin level of 12 and wbc low end of range 4.5, wbc always on low end? All other blood work was normal ranges.
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, low ferritin indicates deficiency of iron. If the patient has started menstruating, that may be the cause. She should take oral iron supplement and multivitamin. WBC count of 4.5 is in normal range. ...Read more
I recently had some blood work done. Results came back. Iron is low, but I also have low WBC (3.4) and high monocyte count (15). Why?
Kindly ask ur: Dr the cause of ur low iron ;white count. These links would give u some ideas. On deficiency anemia among females is usually from heavy menstrual flow related to fibroids or intestinal bleeding and low white count white high monocytes could just be from a viral infection. Take care! Http://www. M.Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-anemia-basics http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003. ...Read more
My wbc is always around 3 but the rest of my blood work is fine. My doctors tell me that is just normal for me I am never sick. Should I be concerned?
Your WBC count is lower than normal, however, as your doctor advised, it may be your normal.
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If you had HIV would your blood work be out of whack. Rbc. Wbc. Or are there certain test that have to be done.
I had blood work done 5 days after my colonostrohy during which I received anesthesia. Could this have affected my WBC count?
Hi, my question is about my brother he is 33yrs. Old n a meth addict had blood work and he has high WBC is that good or bad and why?
So I heard lymohoma can cause completely normal blood work. Wbc can be normal. Is this only for stage 1 and 2. Stage 4 would cause something in bw?
Not simple to answer: Early lymphoma may have normal blood counts, so may untreated advanced lymphoma. However in advanced lymphoma the bone marrow will be affected by the treatment and it is usually not practical to separate the changes due to tumor from those due to treatment. Generally there is decline in all cell types. ...Read more
Mom stop bp meds cause she ran out for 4 days, been back on them for 4 days but did blood work a week ago and wbc was high? How high is 14, 000 conside
It is high but: Total WBC count of 14000 is high but it has no relationship to the Blood Pressure or BP Meds she is taking. We can not tell you why her WBC count is. 14000.What about the differential count about Polymorphs, lymphocytes and others. I suggest you discuss with the Doctor who ordered the test about the abnormality and if it needs any treatment or more tests. High WBCs can be due to infection etc. ...Read more
WBC 12.3 monocytes 1.2. Dr says may just be fighting an infection or leukemia wants to wait 9 weeks for any blood work. Should I get second opinion?
High abc: If Dr did good history and PE then better to wait and repeat. ...Read more
Went to Dr. Was diagnosed with Myositis. Blood work taken some test are high WBC low, sorry unknown high results B12 low, some protein, what may caus?
Myositis: There are many different causes of muscle inflammation. Cholesterol lowering medication class called statins is common cause. Check out http://www.myositis.org/ & http://www. Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/myositis-symptoms-treatments-prognosis for starters. Then discuss your results again w/your doc. ...Read more
R/o osteomyelitis: You need to find out whether you have osteomyelitis before anything else. There are other possibilities as well. ...Read more
Actual values: All lab 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. ...Read more
I Had blood work come back stating that my Platelets, WBC and Neutro Abs are elevated. What could this mean?
Depends: In many cases, lab values on their own are meaningless without knowledge of the reason they were obtained. Neutrophils are a type of white blood cell (wbc) that can go high w infection, inflammation, physical stress, or types of leukemia. Platelets can go high w inflammation or bone marrow disease like thrombocythemia. Mild elevations can be normal for some people. Good to ask doc who ordered it. ...Read more
Pre-op blood work mean platelet 10.8 high platelet count 150, 000 low WBC 12, 600 high Causes of concern? All related?
You are mixed up!: Your platelet count is perfectly normal (Normal level ranges from 150, 000 to 300, 000. WBC count should be under 10, 000...so your WBC count is a bit high. Check and let us know about your Hemoglobin (Hb) level? If it is <12 Gms, then you have a problem which will require you to go see your PCP to find out the cause of your low Hb and high WBC count. ...Read more
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