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White Blood Cells Deficiency
I have iron deficiency and lack of vitaminb12 last time i checked blood count results was 10, I have low red and white blood cells. Help?
This is serious: If you are truly B12 deficient (there are some crooked labs), you need to find the cause, and also an explanation for the lack of iron in your blood (poor diet, blood loss from periods, into gut, etc). I hope that if you are a vegetarian, you are taking appropriate supplements so as not to ruin your health. Please let your physician give you a complete workup, and also seek other possible causes. ...Read more
Failure to thrive: At first glance i would say this indicates some type of malnutrition either due to some type of dietary deficiency or failure of the gut to absorb what you are eating. This needs careful attention by your primary doctor because there are so many more reasons for these 2 things to coexist and need to be investigated thoroughly. ...Read more
Diagnosed(extreme low RBC / extra large white blood cells)vit d defi., white matter dis, sm vessel brain dis, BP aver.178/92.With no dia.Cause help?
High BP consquences?: You need to see a physician (p) about your anemia and WBC problems as well as controlling your hypertension. Your vit. D deficiency and anemia could be due to some chronic kidney disease, perhaps due to your high bp. Your small vessel and white matter diseases could be due, once again, to your high bp. See a p to get started on therapy and have some blood work sent off for a diagnosis and a cure. ...Read more
My white blood cells count have been highi,always around 12 for more than 10 years.And i dont know why.
Not everyone falls: within the normal range.Look up "standard deviation" for a more detailed understanding of how medicine comes up with "normal range".If you have no chronic inflammatory disease,like non healing wound or advanced chronic bronchitis,etc,U are ok and this is normal for you.Is your sed rate and S-CRP normal? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fight infections: White blood cells are the cells in our body that fight infections. There are five types of white blood cells: lymphocytes, neutrophils, monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils. Each plays a specific role in the defense mechanisms of the human body. ...Read more
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