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... My OBGYN told me because I have Polycythemia, that I cannot have children because my cells are always going up in count, Red, white, platelets. She said if my white world stay down then it would be ok to try and have children. I am 37 and have no children and would really like to have 1. ... (3 replies)
... the healthy population. Therefore, one in twenty will have values outside of this, but are considered normal for them. Regardless, he ordered a more extensive blood work just to be on the safe side. But we left there feeling good about the situation. He strongly hesitated to mention anything about leukemia. ... (3 replies)
... Because you'll end up convincing yourself that she has something like leukemia, when it's probably nothing. When women become pregnant, especially in the later stages, they can have white blood cell counts due to a process called "demargination". ... (3 replies)

... An elevated white count is actually a very normal thing in pregnancy. When one performs a white count, it's done from blood which is collected from a vein. You are only counting the white blood cells which are floating around in the bloodstream. ... (5 replies)
... I am not pregnant but have unexplained high whites and have had for the past 4 years. When my doc first noticed this he asked me if I was pregnant by any chance, he was only joking but he said it would explain mine. ... (5 replies)
... Normal people have cells in their bone marrow producing red cells, white cells, and platelets and they are coming from cells A, B, C, D...and so on. ... (36 replies)

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