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... lymph node under my jaw about 4 months ago, the doctor gave me antibiotics but they didn't help. In fact I started getting chest and upper back pain. He did some blood tests, and repeated my wbc and liver test but said everything was ok. ... (3 replies)
... about two years ago. His lymphocyte count was around 14,000. He was 63 at the time. His surgeon sent him to an oncologist. She did a bone marrow and identified his CLL as B cell lymphocyte involvement. ... (10 replies)

... Mine was 13 a few years ago and I was sent to a blood specialist and he did a differential and it came back with no abnormalities at the time. I had a left shift and neutrophilia. ... (32 replies)
Hairy Cell
Feb 3, 2007
... I went through chemo five years ago last month. Had a pump installed, treatment for 24 hours a day for seven days and then shots to rebuild the white blood cells over the course of the next 6 weeks. I lost about 20 pounds, slept 20 hours a day, craved salt but all in all, not that bad. ... (4 replies)
... One time I went to the ER for a severe headache and they checked my urine and found that I had blood in it and they did nothing about either and sent me home, said I was probably dehydrated and to drink water. ... (32 replies)
... I just saw my hematologist last week and he released me back into the care of my PCP for further blood work follow up. He said my elevated numbers have remained stable and that must be my norm. So, I said, "I don't need to worry? ... (32 replies)
... DNA flow cytometry is a good blood test to request. ... (32 replies)
... Leukemia happens because of an unlucky cell division that results in a gene mutation that prevents blood cells from maturing into a fully differentiated state. I.e. ... (3 replies)
... pt... I have a mass in my sinuses within my brain. He said that Is the culprit of all my symptoms. My liver enzymes were low but he said my liver was fine. My white cell count was over the roof. He said I need to go see an ENT first and see if they can help me. ... (3 replies)
... your Dr said your blood white cell count was high, and the nurse said your urine white cells were high. These are two completely different things, although could be related if you had a urinary tract infection causing your blood cells to increase. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know much about this illness, but I know someone whom has it. He is doing great on an all natural program. I will try to find out more for you. Could it just be an infection? I hope the procedure isn't too painful for you. If I don't get back to you, get in touch with me (leave post) because I think this program could really help you. I think you are going to be... (7 replies)
... I had fewer than normal fatty cells and more than normal red blood cells. A few weeks ago, when I had a CBC, my white cell count was 21,500. My doctor referred me back to the hematologist. When I went to his office, my WBC was 23,500 and my platelets were 650. ... (7 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. ... (2 replies)
Help please
Apr 16, 2003
... Not to alarm you, but yes it is possible that you may have leukemia but not necessarily. First of all have the Drs. ... (2 replies)
... Hi My sister in law was diagnosed with acute leukemia in March of 2004...she was treated at a wonderful cancer hospital and she was in remission for a year..but this past April her cancer came back... ... (10 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (0 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (2 replies)
... not recommend the "big" chemo for him due to his age and the high mortality rate in the elderly. Instead, she gave him very high doses of hydroxyurea to get his white cell count down and 3 pints of blood to increase the red cell count. To me, it is a small miracle as he is "back" and we came home from the hospital today. ... (13 replies)
Help pls
Jul 4, 2008
... My friend had breast cancer 2 yrs ago and has to still have regular blood tests done. ... (1 replies)




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