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... The causes of low white blood cell counts is numerous. Some causes are autoimmune disorders such as arthritis, lupus, addisons etc. ... (8 replies)
3.8 wbc
May 11, 2005
... The most common causes of low WBC are chemotherapy, radiationtherapy, typhoid fever and a viral infection. If you're daughter has a viral infection this is not serious and can be easily treated. ... (4 replies)
... black people, and to be specific, black women are known to have low white blood cell counts and it's usually completely normal. ... (8 replies)

... I found this site when I was researching for causes of low WBC and decided to join so I can post messages and if possible hear from other people with the same problem. ... (8 replies)
... Your platelets are just barely low so I don't think that is anything to worry over. ... (9 replies)
... I hope my response won't be overwhelming to you, but you have several things suggestive of gluten intolerance and perhaps pernicious anemia. ... (11 replies)
... times or more higher than normal range. much lower wbc, indicates immune suppression, but u dont have any of that either. ... (4 replies)
... Last year, it was noted that my total WBC was lower than normal at 3. ... (4 replies)
... The WBC count can vary widely from one day to the next because of the short life span of the cells and the fact that they move back and forth into and out of the body's tissues based on inflammatory situations, stress or germs. ... (1 replies)
... All my readings were in range EXCEPT for the Total WBC count which was 3.4... ... (1 replies)
... My wbc for the past few months has been 2.5 the MD said if it stayed so low I might need to get a bone marrow bioposy and see a hematologist. Sees everytime I go to the doctors they diagnose me with something new. ... (0 replies)
... Well, this is a surprise! My ova & parasite test results came back indicating I have tested positive to 'dientamoeba fraglilis'. Apparently this parasite can often be misdiagnosed as IBS (which a couple of doctor's suggested to me, but which I didn't really want to accept because IBS is a 'syndrome' or affect, not a 'cause'). Interestingly enough, many years back I was... (11 replies)
... muscle pain but labs ordered to rule out other possible causes nonetheless. ... (7 replies)
... It is pretty severe, and my guess is that you may not be absorbing iron well. I would wonder if you have celiac disease, which causes the small intestine to not absorb many nutrients, including iron and vitamins. Celiac disease can be tested for by blood tests or by endoscopy or GI xrays. ... (1 replies)
... t think I have any of the other symptoms except for the IBS which is pretty normal according to what you have eaten. ... (8 replies)
... IBS is one of those things that goes along with it B12 affects the total body as it replicates the DNA in the cells...... ... (8 replies)
... For instance, iron deficient anemia will usually cause cells to be smaller than normal. Because some of the RBCs are normal size and some are smaller than normal, there will be anisocytosis, or "RBCs of unequal size. ... (3 replies)
May 20, 2007
... came back with WBC about 3.8. They never mentioned it to me at the time, but I got a call from my regular doctor about 2 months later! ... (8 replies)
... I know a bit about WBC from personal experince. ... (17 replies)
... now for no reason. I had labs done a couple weeks ago and my platelet count was normal...along with a bleeding time test. The only thing that was abnormal was my wbc count being 3.9. My Dr. didn't really have any answers. I'm just wondering what else could be causing my bruising. ... (2 replies)

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