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What Is a Differential white cell count?

A: A differential white cell count is a test which measures the percentages of each type of white blood cell in the body. It is often incorporated in the request for a blood examination known as the complete blood count (CBC). The different white blood cells (WBC) measured in differential white cell count reports are neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils, basophils, and monocytes. Their total percentages always have a sum of 100%. A physician usually looks at the differential white
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Have high white cell count in my blood?

A: YOU MAY HAVE SOME KIND OF AN INFECTION SUCH AS KIDNEY, BLADDER, OR A VIRUS, SOMETHING AUTO-IMMUNE IS GOING ON, PLEASE GET A COMPLETE BLOOD WORK UP! GOOD LUCK! SEE A HEMATOLOGIST! See a haematologist. Read my testimonials on my blog roll Keep taking your meds. It could take up t o a month for them to work well enough to get your count back down. High white count means you probably have some kind of an infection or virus. It takes time for prescribed medication to start working. See the course through to the end and you should start to feel better. Icreased white cell count is normally due to infection or virus. Your probably feeling tired...


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I had a blood test done which shows a high white cell count a 2nd test also shows high what could be wrong?

A: A high white cell count could mean you have leukemia, i don''t want to worry you but stay positive and don''t worry about it until it is confirmed what you have. white blood cells are the cells in your body that fights of infections that''s there job...it might mean that you do have an infection or had an infection or your system is just ready to fight any infections which might enter your body you could have a form of leukimia caused by stress and if you reduce your stress it will work itself out this happen to my grandmother about 6 or 7 years ago. YOU ARE NOT NORMAL What did the doc say, moron? Sounds like you have an infection! a high

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What Does Your white cell count Have To Do With Your Thyroid?

A: Your white cell count has nothing directly to do with your thyroid. The thyroid gland is an endocrine gland that secretes hormones for your metabolism. white cells may be elevated if there is an infection of any kind, including one that affects the Thyroid....


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What Does Your white cell count Have To Do With Your Thyroid?

A: Your white cell count has nothing directly to do with your thyroid. The thyroid gland is an endocrine gland that secretes hormones for your metabolism. white cells may be elevated if there is an infection of any kind, including one that affects the Thyroid....


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Elevated white cell count

A: white blood cells are the disease-fighting cells which tend to increase in a body and it is technically termed as leukocytosis. There are several reasons for this. The main reason is stress. These days everyone is burdened with a lot of emotional and mental stress. Smoking is also another major reason contributing to the high level of white blood cells. Tissue damage in a fire accident can cause leukocytosis. Diseases like tuberculosis, leukemia, whooping cough and several other severe allergic reactions (viral or bacterial) increase the white blood count. Ensure that you don''t contract these diseases, and make sure...


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What does it mean when someone has an elevated white cells count?

A: An increased WBC in most cases indicates a bacterial infection in the body. When the body is invaded by a foreign bacterium, the bodys immune system responds to this by creating more WBC (white blood cells) to fight the infection. A decreased WBC, in most cases indicates a viral infection. high levels of white cells could just mean that you have infection and they are fighting it off,but it would be better to consult a doctor. Doubtful. Usually, it does just mean your body''s fighting an infection of some kind. Normal white blood cell levels are 5-10. But, low counts can also indicate an infection: one that''s been...


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What foods can improve a white cell count?

A: To my knowledge there are not specific foods or supplements know to increase white blood cell counts. However, trying to continue to eat a well balanced diet with adequate calories to maintain your weight and adequate protein through out treatment is valuable to maintain your immunity. Cancer treatment increases the nutritional demands of the body. However, trying to continue to eat a well balanced diet with adequate calories to maintain your weight and adequate protein through out treatment is valuable to maintain your immunity. Cancer treatment increases the nutritional demands of the body. When your white blood cell count is low, you...


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Low white cell count

A: Echinacea has been reported to raise white blood cell count. I don"t now if you can get this product . It"s called Miracle II . It will help with the stiffness and balance the ph in the body. It is a good product for so many things.  Check into it. Jayne...


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Penalac or Ciclpirox - anyone had white cell count drop?

A: 13 Feb 2012 A drop in white blood cell count does not appear to be a known side effect of ciclopirox. http://www.drugs.com/sfx/ciclopirox-side-effects.html Votes:+0CommentVote upReport dramaqueen 14 Feb 2012I know it isn''t a known side effect, but it happened to me. I''m not sure if it is the result of this drug or coincidence. It happened 2 weeks after using it daily but could be another health issue. I did stop using it and will see if there is an improvement when I''m retested this week. Thank you for your reply. Add your CommentSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsOnychomycosis -- Fingernail - do...


 
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