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... I recently discovered that my WBC count, lymphocytes and neutrophils counts were all declining since May 2017. Quite a drop at that point for all three levels, and then ever since. ... (1 replies)
... rays of those same parts, all show no abnormalities. Only the 2 bone tumors on my right knee. I have had no accidents to cause these symptoms. Most of my pain is now in my hips and BOTH KNEES. ... (9 replies)
... in people on this drug. I would talk to your physician about going off the drug, and if WBC hasn't improved significantly in a month or two, I think you should have a blood test called a cell flow cytometry, done by your hematologist. ... (6 replies)

Low WBC
Oct 19, 2007
... Hello , yes thanks for the advice. I did ask and there are quite a few auto immune issues that can cause low WBC and also Multiple Myeloma as well. Both of my major lymphocyte counts are also low. ... (10 replies)
... I may have posted previously to you, but lupus can cause both red and white cells to be low, and certainly makes one feel not well. If you have a more complete blood count to post it might help, or any other labs. ... (2 replies)
... Sometimes people just have low WBC counts. My mother and I both tend to have low WBC, and they did a ton of testing only to find out that she just carries a low WBC. In 1990, my WBC went down to almost undetectable levels. They gave me infusions of Gamma Globulin and after that, with some other meds, I was fine. ... (9 replies)
... I've had a low WBC for some time now. I have scoured the net for pretty much every last post on the subject. ... (9 replies)
... Off the top of my head the following possibilities are: Your immune system became exhausted but was addressing the infection. It will build back up rather quickly if you are generally healthy. Or The numbers had typographical errors in them, If things do not improve, you might need to contact a specialist in blood disorders and have it seen about. (1 replies)
... Since January of this year my wbc has been a little high. Around the 11.6 range normal being 4. ... (1 replies)
... C, he said that, although its low, its still normal. I've done a tad bit of research which would seem to indicate that there are in fact people with consistently low WBC's but that the real cause for concern is if one of the differentiators fell well outside of the range. ... (4 replies)
... It could mean alot of different things, depending on how low and which types of WBCs are effected and if she has any other symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I just received the following blood test. I was called in for a blood smear but do not know if my values are low enough to cause all the worrying I am doing! ... (1 replies)
... this might be too late of a post, but i would highly recommend you request a bone marrow biopsy if you have had repeated low WBC's and the doctors have found no cause yet. i had one done after my WBC's kept falling. the bone marrow results were inconclusive for me. ... (9 replies)
... There are several things that can cause low WBC, so a little more info would be helpful. How do you feel in general? ... (18 replies)
... Lupus can also cause iron deficiency anemia, so a test for that would be reasonable, especially if you have other symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... Stress and Viral infections cause a low WBC. Frankly, yours is not that low. They vary all the time. Did you get a differential done with the CBC? ... (4 replies)
... eutrophils are very necessary for fighting bacterial infections. Monocytes are also the type of cell that hunts out and swallows up potential bacteria that could cause harm. ... (2 replies)
... s deal with it. I did not know there is a connection between hypetension and WBC levels, can clarify the correlation between the 2? ... (4 replies)
... his WBC plummeted, to 1.3, also. ... (7 replies)
... Hi there tyson...question for you, was it JUST your WBCs that were low, or were all of your blood counts low? And when you say lower than average, how much lower than average? When the lab gives a reference range say of 5-10 being a normal number for WBCs, if you have a number like 3 or 4, it's below the range, but it's nothing to shake a stick at...i.e. it's not a big deal.... (2 replies)


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