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... Also, my Granulocytes have been increasing. last year was at 9 and now at 10.0. the other negative thing on my CBC was that my vitamin D level is slightly low at 26. ... (1 replies)
CBC questions
May 30, 2005
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... and my Granulocytes went up to 94. ... (0 replies)

Low CBC Counts
Jul 22, 2004
... opping. The natural killer cells that would help to prevent infection seem to be pretty low if that is your total lymphocyte count. You did not indicate what the granulocytes are and they are important in keeping away bacterial infections.Flu symptoms are associated with all the diseases you named above. ... (5 replies)
... the doctors think that you have an infection in your blood stream that is resistant to the usual antibiotic. The MPV stands for Mean Platelet Volume. If that is high then it means that there may be something going on in your body that indicates to your body that it is in danger of bleeding or is bleeding. ... (2 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (0 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (2 replies)
... that would signify infection, although there doesn't seem to be any. RBC seems to be fine for the most part. Hemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelets are all on the high side of normal, though still within normal ranges. ... (0 replies)
... I would ask to see a haematologist and request a bone marrow aspiration to be on the safe side!! good luck (3 replies)
... immature granulocytes include metamyelocytes, myelocytes, and promyelocytges. Does NOT include bands or blast cells. ... (3 replies)




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