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Forum Name: Hematology Topics
Question: sl lymphocytosis
|allanna10 - Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:30 pm||
Hi was just wondering if someone could explain what sl lymphocytosis is and means, am 29 normally quiet health till i gave birth to my son 7 months ago firstly was getting reccurent sebacous cysts two on my back got one in my cheek and had one in my breast which has no gone they were treated with antibiotics then lately been feeling rather run down freezing constantly sweaty a night losing weight roughly 8 kg since baby born have lost another 2 kg in two weeks so went to docs she sent me for routine fbcs two weeks ago and they came back high white blood count so went for repeat bloods again this week still high so got to go for more in two weeks for more i have googled this and wish i hadnt just want reassurance till i c the doc again in two weeks on the letter she did say this is quite common and could be due to a viral infection yet i have no temp???? this is all very confusing please could you just explain what it means. thankyou very much.
|Dr.M.Aroon kamath - Mon Aug 09, 2010 5:03 am||
I wonder if you meant 'absolute lymphocytosis' by 'sl' lymphocytosis.
Kindly use the following URL for basic information on absolute lymphocytosis. If you have any further queries, please feel free to communicate to us.
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