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Mild lymphocytosis & neutropenia

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  • Posted By: DJBecks
  • August 1, 2008
  • 01:16 AM

for some odd reason it won't let me post as many characters as i wrote and it says i posted the thread but it doesnt appear. please help me, i have some problems and i can't post here.

i also posted on this site, can you please read what i wrote there and reply here. please help!


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  • i went last week to get another blood test and i got the same result, the percentages didnt change much, lymphocytosis went down a bit but not by much. i found out on this blood test that i have eosinophilia too, they told me it could be from allergies, and i do have an allergy on my belly from one of the belts i wear, the metal rubs on my belly when i sweat and i get this rash, i've had this for a few years now so its nothing new, but i don't know if its from that. i looked at some blood tests that i had done about a year and half ago after feeling sick a month after i stayed in bed for about a week with the flu, i hope that's what it was (i had fever, sore throat, i was sweating and i felt really weak. i got better after a week but after a month when i returned back to work i started feeling sick and weak so i went to see the doctor and they told me its nothing and it will go away, an it did. anyway i looked at those blood tests from back then and they are almost identical to the ones i got now, mild neutropenia, mild lymphocytosis and mild eosinophilia, it hasn't changed by much even if a year and half passed. my red blood cells and white blood cells are normal, they never dropped or raised. i've seen about 4 different doctors, 3 of them were blood specialists and they told me its nothing bad but they couldn't tell me what it is exactly.
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