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How to raise white blood cell count?

A: 3 Sep 2011 A healthy diet, is essential to increase the count of white blood cells in the body. Include lots of fresh fruits and vegetables in the diet. The phytochemicals that lend fruits and vegetables their rich colors help the body build a strong immune system as well. So, start eating five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables on an everyday basis. In fact, you should cover two-thirds of your plate with vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and beans, and the rest with lean protein Indulge In Regular Exercise Expand this post... The importance of exercise can never ever be overemphasized in your life. Be it getting rid of the excess fat, keeping blood sugar levels under check or...


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Why do I have a White blood cell count? What does it mean? And What Can I Do?

A: As white blood cells work to remove any foreign antigens or bodies from the system, a high white blood cell count basically just means that you are suffering from a possible infection. It could also be the cause of your multiple allergies, as the white blood cells are the main components of your immune system. A hyper-active immune system (such as yours) will give you tonnes of allergies to think about. There isn''t much you can do to avoid the allergies, but for the pain and swelling, you can try taking some honeyed tea to soothe the throat. Also, strepsils blackcurrent flavour has a wonderful numbing effect as well,...


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What Are the Different Causes of a Low White blood cell count?

A: A low white blood cell count, also called leukopenia, may be caused by a variety of health conditions, illnesses, or other related issues. Generally, a low white blood cell count is discovered through testing, meaning that a patient is usually already experiencing symptoms that have led him or her to see a doctor. With so many factors that can cause a low white blood cell count, it is important to get comprehensive tests that can lead to an accurate diagnosis of the underlying cause.. White blood cells, also called...


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What Is a blood cell count?

A: A blood cell count involves measuring the amounts of different types of cells in the blood. It is useful to help detect illnesses such as anemia, where the oxygen-carrying red blood cells can be abnormal in terms of their numbers or their structure. The amount of white blood cells, which form part of the body''s immune system, might increase if a person has an infection. Platelets, which are involved in blood clotting, can be decreased in diseases such as hemophilia, where bleeding is excessive. What is known as a complete, or full,

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What is a Red blood cell count?

A: The red blood cell (RBC) count is a blood test which determines the number of red blood cells, or erythrocytes, in a sample of blood. This test also evaluates the shape and the size of the red blood cells. All of this information is then used to determine the number of red blood cells per microliter of blood. Red blood cell count values vary according to the age and the sex of a patient. The RBC
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I need information on why my white blood cell count is real high what could make this happen?

A: This is part of an answer that I gave to a question similar to the question that you ask, I will copy it here for you - White blood cell count (WBC) - 4,300 - 10,800 cells/L/cu mm. This test measures the number of white blood cells in a drop (microliter) of blood. Normal values range from 3,700 to 10,500, but can be altered greatly by factors such as exercise, stress, and disease. A low WBC may be due to chemotherapy, a viral infection, a toxic reaction, or another process in the bone marrow that is limiting production of normal WBCs. WBC differential count this test determines the...


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What does it mean if you have a low white blood cell count?

A: It means your immune system doesn''t work as well as it should. I have a auto immune disorder called SLE Lupus. And my count is always really low unless i get sick when I''m sick it shoots up so high its crazy. It could just be your immune system is weak, or it could be many things. For me it just means I get sick easier and take longer to heal and fight off infection!! Good luck your immune system is down A normal White blood cell count is between 5,000 to 10,000. If you have a low WBC, it could be a couple of things. Either you have an infection or disease that the cells tried to fight off but couldnt and now the infection or disease is taking over your immune...


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What Does a Low Red blood cell count Indicate?

A: A low red blood cell count may be indicative of certain health problems, including anemia, blood loss, or malnutrition. People who have low red blood cells may also be deficient in certain nutrients, particularly iron. A low red blood cell count may be normal for some people, including pregnant women or young women who have just begun menstruating. Leukemia and most other types of cancers might also cause a lower than normal red blood cell count, but a person who has cancer will normally be...


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What Could A High White blood cell count In Pregnancy Mean?

A: First of all, elevated white blood cell counts can be normal during pregnancy. It all depends how high it is. Second, a physician may want to repeat the test in the next few weeks to see changes. Of course, it is important to see if there are any other symptoms that accompany high white blood cell counts. A lot of times a high white blood cell count is a sign of an infection whether you are pregnant or not. White blood cells typically increase when your body is fighting an infection. Urinary tract infections are common...


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Could A Low White blood cells count Indicate Liver Or Pancreas Problems?

A: No- more likely causes for low white blood cell count usually involve the bone marrow. It''s also possible that if you''ve been recently dealing with many serious infections, your body''s struggle would cause you to lose white blood cells more rapidly than can be produced. Other possibilities include auto-immune disorders, cancer involving the bone marrow, or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid). A low white blood cell count is not indicative of pancreatic dysfunction. It can be seen in liver cirrhosis, but not usually to a marked level. A low white blood

 
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