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High eosinophil count in the blood - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Blood Disorders
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   HI sir,
User :   I got my bolld report...and every thing is normal...
User :   except 12%estinoil level
Doctor :   Ok
User :   does this...cause any...harm??
Doctor :   Do you have any symptoms as such?
User :   yeah...i met doc.regarding my...breath,sough sold problem
User :   sry cough,cold
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Since when do you have this cough and cold and what medications did your doctor give you?
User :   esinophil level is 12% ...
User :   and its writtem 1-6% is...normal
User :   the rest levels are in good condition..
Doctor :   How is your cough and cold now?
User :
User :   i got temporaray relief
User :   but i got my report just now...
Doctor :   Ok, the count indicates that You may have Eosinophilia and that is the reson for your cough and cold.
User :   i just want to know...does this higher esinophil level...cause any harm??
Doctor :   Not really, it indicates that you have an allegic process in your body

Doctor :   If the symptoms recur, then you have to undergo a test called Absoloute Eosinophil count
Doctor :   And if that is high, then you will be treated for Eosinophilia
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