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... I had a blood test done 5/3/12 and everything came back normal. WBC 6.3 RBC 4.15 Hgb 12.9 Hem 38.9 MCV 94 RBC, RDW 12.4 platelets 203 white blood cell differential automated (0 replies)
... he doesnt show signs until he very unwell. Usually high temp ect. ... (0 replies)
... That all being said, my mother is the one who mentioned a form of leukemia because of the elevated monocytes and how her blood work was always normal except for chronic high lymphocytes. I'm posting her hoping that someone can look at these labs and see something familiar and point me in a direction? ... (0 replies)

... weeks he has been running a high fever on and off and I take him to the Dr and his WBC is 34,000, hemoglobin and rbc are normal, his lymphocytes are Low, the Neutrophils are very high 24,000 and his monocytes are very high over 2,000, bands are 14. ... (1 replies)
... He didn't. But the boils are not causing the high lymphocytes, as the lymphocytes were high months before I got the boils, and I am talking on EVERY blood test (at least 6 blood tests sine June). My total WBC is normal at 107,000 (norm range 40,000-110,000) Hemoglobin was also normal at 140 g/L (norm range 115-160) The boils were not diagnosed because this all came up.... (9 replies)
... I believe to exclude Polycytemia Vera, they can run Erythropoeitin and Prolactin values http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=7032 Also, inflammation like Rheumatoid Fever (due to aching and fatique, high ESR and platelets (which can show inflammation if elevated) or any other auto immune disease. You need to be seen by more specialists (Rheumatologist... (3 replies)
... For the last 9 or so months I have had constantly high lymphocytes. ... (9 replies)
... mild fevers and all over pain for a few years now. Last year my PCP ordered some blood work because of my complaints. At that time my ESR was 41, platelets were high and WBC high. ... (3 replies)
... That is a bit high but it could indicate a strong immune system especially if you have just had a round of antibiotics, are a person who rarely has illness, or many other little glitches with testing etc. If you do not feel sick, then it is definitely no reason to panic. The ranges that are established are standard based on 95% of population considered to be in good health,... (2 replies)
... Diff were in normal range. He has various periodic complaints of tiredness, occ. ... (2 replies)
... My test came back with normal results except for the following... ... (2 replies)
... Is your WBC 107,000? ... (9 replies)
Leukemia?
Oct 13, 2011
... if my WBC is high he will start other tests for leukemia. ... (0 replies)
... gave similar results although iron and ferritin were in the normal range. However, the 3rd CBB coincided with my return of fatigue. ... (5 replies)
... THE Infectuous Disease Specialist is now sending me to a dermatologist and rheumatologist. the basic rheum tests were normal too. i did read they can be elevated because of inflammation, but i don't have any joint pain. ... (3 replies)
... 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. If that is high then it means that there may be something going on in your body that indicates to your body that it is in danger of bleeding or is bleeding. ... (2 replies)
... Hello all, I have a 7 year old son who has had slightly elevated wbc since December and not sick with nothing. Lymph nodes are swollen in neck arm pits an groin for no apparent reason. ... (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. ... (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)




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