High wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - what does this all mean?

Hard to say... It sounds like it may be an infection but it's impossible to say without more information including if you have any other signs or symptoms. It is also important to know the numbers: how high is that wbc, for example. The best way to go for you is to discuss it with you doctor directly.

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I have high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - what does this mean?

Need more info. 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. Given what you have provided you may have iron deficiency anemia. It would be helpful to have the actual values of results and to be able to take history and do physical examination. Read more...

What to do if I have high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - what does it mean?

Hard to say... It sounds like it may be an infection but it's impossible to say without more information including if you have any other signs or symptoms. It is also important to know the numbers: how high is that wbc, for example. The best way to go for you is to discuss it with you doctor directly. Read more...

Can you explain results of CBC test shows high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - what does it mean?

Iron deficiency? I'm a lab specialist. Labs mean nothing apart from a history and physical exam, and labs aren't simply "low" or "high" -- HOW low / high is key. You owe it to yourself to get with your physician. If this is iron deficiency (which I suspect, rule out thalassemia), your physician has a duty to find out whether, and WHY -- it means serious treatable illness until proved otherwise. Stay proactive. Read more...

What to do if I have high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - what does it?

Hard to say... It sounds like it may be an infection but it's impossible to say without more information including if you have any other signs or symptoms. It is also important to know the numbers: how high is that wbc, for example. The best way to go for you is to discuss it with you doctor directly. Read more...

Test shows high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - can you tell me what is wrong?

Hard to say... It sounds like it may be an infection but it's impossible to say without more information including if you have any other signs or symptoms. It is also important to know the numbers: how high is that wbc, for example. The best way to go for you is to discuss it with you doctor directly. Read more...

Cbc test shows high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes - can you define these for me?

Hard to say... It sounds like it may be an infection but it's impossible to say without more information including if you have any other signs or symptoms. It is also important to know the numbers: how high is that wbc, for example. The best way to go for you is to discuss it with you doctor directly. Read more...

My CBC test shows high wbc, low hematocrit, low mcv, low mch, high platelet count, low lymphocytes and monocytes, can you explain this to me?

No, we can't. I suspect you're iron deficient (microcytic anemia and high platelets) and I am not even going to guess on the others. This is the wrong forum to bring questions that you have a duty to ask of your personal physician. The workup needs to continue. Best wishes. Read more...

I have cervical lymph node, my Platelet count is 330.00, Lymphocytes is 39.00, low HCT/PCV, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW &WBC 4.32, the lymph is not soft and large?

Work up anemia. Nothing else that you have told me has me worried in the least. You do need to find out why you are anemic (low hct/pcv). Unless it's obvious from diet and/or very heavy monthly loss, a serious investigation is in order. Read more...
Not enough info. The CBC numbers are normal. Regarding the lymph node, there is concern if there are symptoms like weight loss, fever, night sweats. If the node is very hard, or if greater than 1 cm in size, and has persisted for more than a month and is clearly not related to an infection biopsy is a possibility. Absent those findings, lymph nodes are usually just observed. Low PCV, MCV &MCV--? iron deficient. Read more...
Mixing up issues. Lymph nodes are filters, full of WBCs, within the lymphatic vessels returning extracellular water (water around cells which has not been picked back up from bulk capillary leakage of plasma, body wide) back into the blood stream. If specific WBCs in a node respond to something passing through, they multiply enlarging the node. This is healthy response to infection, toxins, (rarely cancer), etc. Read more...