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... My son who is 11 has had high eosiniphils for over two years now. He does not have allergies or any parisite. I have been to many dr's in these two years. ... (8 replies)
... My eosiniphil count is always between 1500 and 2300. I have had 3 different doctors tell me I had leukemia because of the high level of eosinphils and then when they took out bone marrow can't find leukemia. I had another dr. ... (8 replies)
... cant be anything bad because i have had high eos for years and years. ... (8 replies)

... Allergies can raise your eosiniphil count, but I would think it is unusual that it would get as high as the levels associated with leukemia. Are you well treated for your allergies? ... (8 replies)
... Hi there-- ANA stands for Anti-Nuclear Antibodies. schao (8 replies)
... I forget the long name it stands for but ANA is a test for autoimmune antibodies--indicators that the immune system is attacking your own cells. (8 replies)
... Ok I guess I am dumb on this but what is ANA? (8 replies)
... Have they tested other immune factors like ANA? Maybe you should consult a rheumatologist. (8 replies)
... I have seen a hematologist and allergy dr. The only thing that I am allergic to is grass and not severe. Now the hematologist wants to take out bone marrow again to test for cancer. (8 replies)
... panel, have you ever noticed that your Eosiniphils was a little high? ... (3 replies)
... So what you are saying is that if a person did not have allergies, the "Eosiniphils" would be in "normal" range on a blood test but if someone has allergies, then it will read a little high, right? (3 replies)

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