Causes of high lymphs count and low rbc?

It may be normal. Depending on the age, it may be normal. Children up to about 6 year old have a high lymphocyte count and a low rbc compared to adults normal range. If it is about your own blood count, a high lymphocyte in the CBC is abnormal. Many infections would increase lymphocyte count temporarily, and may reduce rbc count. But there are some serious illnesses that may cause the same thing. See your doctor.

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High MCV & MCH for few years. 2 yrs of low rbc. New CBC has folate (folic acid) & calc. Defic., low bun. 2 mnths ago found soft clavicle lymph "mass". Esophag spsm?

Lots of info. Here. Possible relevance undetermined. From a heme standpoint high MCV and folate (folic acid) deficiency would go together. Folate (folic acid) supplements would be indicated. Cannot relate to esophageal issues. Read more...

High MCV and MCH for a few years. 2 yrs of low rbc. Recent CBC now has folate (folic acid) & calc. Defic., low bun. 2 mnths ago found soft clavicle lymph "mass". Esophageal probls. & hypogammaglobulinemia. Help?

Lymphoma. Hopefully you are going to your doctor - very important! certain types of lymphoma can also have a macrocytic anemia which you are describing. You can also have the anemia without it being lymphoma. However, when you combine this with the lymph "mass" and esophageal problems, etc. The primary differential - what you might have, lymphoma is high on the list. Read more...
Needs more info. Difficult to say based on limited info. High MCV likely due to low folate (folic acid) (did you check b12?). Low BUN is good, so no worries. If you have a clavicular lymph node it needs evaluation for sure. See your doctor! Read more...

Lymph nodes near my thyroid & side of my neck have been swollen for 7months high wbc and low rbc, ct showed no tumors, no infection, what could it be

Thyroid possibly. Clearly your doctors need to rule out bad stuff, like lymphoma. But Hashimoto's thyroiditis is common in young women and can cause some inflammation of lymph nodes near by. Hashimoto's can be fairly silent, although there may be a goiter, and maybe hypothyroidism. Ultrasound is actually better than CT at evaluating the thyroid. Read more...

Suffering from incredible fatigue, muscle soreness, water retention lab results show normal wbc, low rbc, high mcv/mch, low lymph absolute. Dr ignore?

Get consult. Labs never tell a complete story, but these labs say to me, "pernicious anemia until proved otherwise." you are clearly not happy with your physician and it is time to get a second opinion. Good luck. Read more...
Low RBC and fatigue. You need to go back to your physician, or whomever ordered the blood test. You have a low rbc, and i assume, by that, you are anemic. With a high mcv, you may have a b-12 or folate (folic acid) deficient anemia. See your physician asap to discuss your anemia's its cause and treatment. Also, get a referral to a cardiologist to evaluate your cardiac function once your anemia is no longer a problem. Read more...