My father had a double by-pass last year in July and found out at that time that his white cell count was low, about 3.2. Since then he has been taking two shots at the hospital per week in order to increase the white cell count. He just had another surgery, at least his third since his initial by-pass, to try to stop an insistent infection at the site where the initial surgery took place. They said his count was now only 1.2! How can it be this low after taking all those shots for a year and a half? He was tested for leukemia and it came back negative. Anyone have any ideas or similar situations?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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