... Hello all, I have a 7 year old son who has had slightly elevated wbc since December and not sick with nothing. Lymph nodes are swollen in neck arm pits an groin for no apparent reason. ... (0 replies)
... Is your WBC 107,000? ... (9 replies)
... I've had several elevated WBC over the last 8 months and a couple taken with the manual differentials. The highest was 19K. I was told that it is a sign of infection not to worry. ... (8 replies)
... starting in 2002 they were 10.3, 8.8, 9.0, 8.2, 9.5 and the final one below was in Dec 2008 at 7.9. My sodium levels are always on the low side, I have an elevated ANA and I was just told my Vit. D was low. ... (0 replies)
... I believe to exclude Polycytemia Vera, they can run Erythropoeitin and Prolactin values
inflammation like Rheumatoid Fever (due to aching and fatique, high ESR and platelets (which can show inflammation if elevated) or any other auto immune disease.
You need to be seen by more specialists (Rheumatologist... (3 replies)
... carrying hemoglobin inside your RBCs. Since macrocytic RBCs are larger than either normal or microcytic RBCs, they would also tend to have higher MCH values. ... (1 replies)
... THE Infectuous Disease Specialist is now sending me to a dermatologist and rheumatologist. the basic rheum tests were normal too. i did read they can be elevated because of inflammation, but i don't have any joint pain. ... (3 replies)
... e start by saying that I have been ill for the past 2 years. Several months ago, my gastro had referred me to a Hematologist. She had sent me there because of an elevated WBC for the past several months. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the reassuring words,
I suppose the two things that concern me the most are the Floaters in my eyes and slight loss of vision in my right eye, especially when its dark, and the fact that I have dark circles under my eyes all the time. I dont know what to make of that.
And for everyones evaluation... here are my results from August...
CBC (INCLUDES... (22 replies)
... Those values by themselves do not indicate Leukemia. It does indicate infection of some kind. Perhaps 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... (2 replies)
... my white blood count is above normal and nobody wants to put me on anitbiotics!!! No concern from the appointment secretary. ... (0 replies)
... my white blood count is above normal and nobody wants to put me on anitbiotics!!! No concern from the appointment secretary. ... (2 replies)