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Question: CBC Results


 AngelTurtle - Thu Feb 08, 2007 11:32 pm

I am a 21 year old Female with fatigue and joint pain.
I recently had a CBC done and it showed abnormalaties
in the following:
MPV 7.4L Normal 8.0-13.0
Neut% 84.3H Normal 42.0 - 76.0
Lymph% 11.6L Normal 17.0- 51.0
Mono% 4.0L Normal 4.8-12.8
Lymph# 0.80L Normal 1.00-4.80
Everything else was WNL RBC and PLT were close to being High.

I also had a Sed rate and ANA done which were Normal.

My UA had a few abnormalaties
U apperance Cloudy
Protein 1+
Ketone - Large
Blood - Small
Mucous - Few
Bacteria - Rare
WBCS - 14H Normal 0-4
It also showed Calcium Oxalate Crystals.

Can the CBC and UA results be connected?
My main concern is the decrease in Lymphocytes. Should I be concerned about it? What conditions can cause a decrease in Lymphocytes?

Thank You for the Help
AngelTurtle
 Dr. Safaa Mahmoud - Fri Feb 09, 2007 6:38 pm

User avatar Hello,

Leucopenia with neutrophilia is commonly seen following different types of infections commonly bacteria.

Other causes include:
-certain medications
- malnutrition
- stress
- trauma

Your urine analysis is suggestive of infection (pyuria) although there is rare bacteria detected but may be the test is done after an antibiotic course . Urine cloudiness indicate protein and crystals.

Have they performed a blood sugar analysis and if yes what was the result?

If there is urinary tract infection , it would explain the CBC results.

Keep us updated.
Best regards.

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