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... Does anybody know why these ranges would be different? ... (2 replies)
... all normal ranges for cbc except my mpv was a tad elevated at 13. ... (3 replies)
... prior CBC results to see if those are just my normal ranges or if there is a trend. ... (10 replies)

... ng if Anyone Out there Has A High White blood count that is Taking the Drug Lithium. My wbc has been High For the last 8 years Since I Was put on Lithium. My wbc ranges from at the highest 22,000 to now stable at 13,000 to 15,000. ... (0 replies)
... The CBC looks quite normal actually. ... (2 replies)
... Men and women do have different ranges for some things. And different labs use different ranges. I don't know what the K stands for and his red blood cell seems fine, no drastic change. ... (2 replies)
... Not an expert in reading lab results but I do know that each lab has their own range of values. You can actually view a variety of ranges on different websites, ie Red Cross. ... (9 replies)
... Yes that is what I have always been told as well. As long as they are in the "normal ranges" then everything should be okay, regardless of flucuation.... Good Luck! -Angela :angel: (1 replies)
... If you post your complete bloodwork including the lab ranges, someone might be better able to help you. For instance, if a cbc with differential was run, post all the results and ranges. A single value that is off is often better evaluated if the entire lab panel can be seen. ... (2 replies)
... My 3 yr old is extremely fatigued and her hair is falling out she can barely function thru the day ...shes always been a quiet and calm child but she sleeps all the time now a little history - 2006 at 9mths she went from normal then got the rota virus to couldnt sit or do anything and had bruising up and down her spine - went to the ped they did a blood test called u... (1 replies)
... old. My physician ordered a CBC as part of my annual physical. The first number listed after each test is the result from a CBC done in Dec. 2004, the second from December 2008. ... (0 replies)
... Your doctor needs to do a CBC on you with platelet differential. ... (8 replies)
... One of the things you should look at is how the lymphocyte and monocytes change in relationship to the other. Lymphocytes are low/monocytes high. That means that there is something attacking your system and the monocytes are trying to keep the mess cleaned up. Have you had any chronic infections such as sinusitis, or bladder infections, gastritis etc. Also mononucleosis will... (3 replies)
... Hello Arlyn, I'm not familiar with your condition or those lab findings but have been to a hematologist before. When a doctor gave me a small dose of Prednisone it was thought to have contributed to my labs being higher then my normal high so had to step down but the doctor sent me because it seemed chronic. Are you on any DMARDs? If the medication you have taken over... (3 replies)
... my CBC is entirely within the normal ranges. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone. I will try to make this short and sweet. Since October of last year I had little red dots on me that didnt blanch. I was nervous after what i read about petechiae so I went to the er and was told it was a rash if it doesnt go away to come back. It did not go away so I went back and they ran blood tests everything was normal, they did a basic draw up cbc,wbc so... (1 replies)
Platelet question
Oct 14, 2010
... Hello. I am seeking guidance on whether I should be concerned about an overall platelet number that has dropped, but is still in normal ranges, over the past five years. All other CBC results are normal, except elevated bilirubin (which has been diagnosed as Gilbert's recently b/c all other liver tests are normal, including urine test for bilirubin). In 2005 my platelet... (2 replies)
Hematologist???
Mar 27, 2009
... I have the lab ranges but you mention those wouldn't help. Sorry, I'm not getting some of this. Do you mean ALL labs? ... (7 replies)
Hematologist???
Mar 26, 2009
... I have the lab ranges but you mention those wouldn't help. Sorry, I'm not getting some of this. Do you mean ALL labs? ... (7 replies)
... d out through a huge syringe, then they take it away and tagging it, then pump it back into his arm as to allow them to get a true count. This is because normal CBC are done on a percentage count rather than a true count, so false positive do happen. ... (8 replies)


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