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... to figure it out. Joint pain, fatique, low grade fever off and on, are what is bothering me the most. ... (1 replies)
Low Neutrophils
Mar 28, 2007
... It sounds like your brother could have been exposed to radiation or other toxin that wiped out his wbc count. Sometimes HIV related illnesses can do that too. Wait to see what the doctor says. Cancer is not the only Cause of hematological illness. ... (4 replies)
... h temp of over 40, petechia rash and swollen glands and this was after Taking him to doctors the previous two days to be told he has a virus. He was tachichardic Low oxygen Levels, tested for meningitis negative conclusion tonsilitis Sent home after 2days with medicine. ... (0 replies)

... In a nutshell, I went to the doctor yesterday for uncontrollable itching that started Sunday night. By Monday afternoon I was full of both petchiae and bruises all over my body. ... (2 replies)
Low Neutrophils
Mar 27, 2007
... He was given IV fluids as well as a potent antibiotic. The main reason for his admission was his dangerously low white blood cell count of 700. His neutrophil count was at zero. Daily his wbc count increased, slowly....700, 1100, 2200, 2900. ... (4 replies)
Low Neutrophils
Apr 12, 2007
... Hello there, I want your advice on this. My friend who has suffered from chikungunya for almost 5 months and was normal for 2 months has suddenly come up with a really dangerous situation. ... (4 replies)
... I had gone to my GP I was constantly feeling like I had the flu and was extremely tired. My doc did blood work and said my wbc was little too low that I was probably fighting off an infection, and to come back in two weeks to be retested. I did and they were still low. ... (2 replies)
... Most of the time if there is no anemia, the low WBC can indicate an autoimmune disorder. The headaches might indicate vascular inflammation which would be a reason why your WBC might be low. ... (1 replies)
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... His iron came back at 17. so he advised us to push the iron and come back for blood work in 1 month...so that's what we did. the iron came back a month after the first even lower ...12. ... (2 replies)
... I am seeing a specialist in leukemia this week because the hemotologist thinks it will go into leukemia. I feel fine. The only reason I discovered this was because of an annual physical where my CBC came back low on whites. I take alot of vitamins and I'm thinking they are helping me feel OK. ... (3 replies)
... hoping for the best. My prayer is that one day my grandson will also be said to have beaten ALL...That's all I wanted to say...I'm so happy you survived...God bless you! ... (2 replies)
... hours a week at the time, it would have been near impossible for me to decipher if I was exhausted because of all the work I was doing, or possible from something else. You mentioned bone pain. ... (2 replies)
... I have been sick for about a year. Night sweats, bruising, diarrhea, dehydration, fatigue, bone pain, ugh. A year ago I was hospitalized for sepsis. I had a blood infection. Shortly after I began feeling unwell with diarrhea as my main symptom I guess. ... (2 replies)
... My mother die of ALL a few years ago she was 53 when got diagnosed and she live for 6 months after diagnosed. Nobody else on my family never ever had any type of cancer or leukemia, but my mother was the first one to have this disease. ... (0 replies)
... off, let me say that I'm so grateful to have a site like this to go to, with such wonderfully warm, caring, and informative people. I only wish none of us had a reason to be here. ... (2 replies)
Very worried...
Dec 17, 2010
... a 35 year old male and have recently had a full blood test due to symptoms i have been experiencing. The results are worrying to me, of particular concern is the low hemoglobin and high lymphocytes. ... (0 replies)
... FT BIG WELTS. MY MOM TOOK ME TO OUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN AND HE SIAD IT SEEMED LIKE I HAD TONSILITIS AND THAT MY TONSILS NEEDED OUT. HE SENT ME HOME WITH ANTIBIOTICS FOR ANY INFECTION TO CLEAR UP FIRST. I WAS GETTING WORSE AND MY MOM HAD TO TAKE ME TO THE ER BECAUSE MY DR. WAS OUT OF TOWN. ... (0 replies)
... icate 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)


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