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Blood test revealed low neutrophil. Have celiac disease. Allergy?

I just had blood work done and it indicated my white blood count was 4.2 (normal range of 4.5-10). Further breakdown showed low neurtrophil % of 45.1 (normal 54-62), high mono % 8.7 (normal 3-6), high eosino % 6.3 (range 0-3), high baso % 1.2 (0-1), and low neutrophil , absolute of 1.9 (2.4-6.2). I have celiac disease and am wondering if these are indicators of my body fighting that (i maintain 100% gluten-free ) or perhaps another allergy I am unware of.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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It is Wheat allergy
Celiac disease and Wheat disease are different
You get blood serum tested For Specific antibodies for Wheat
You have to stop Wheat whole not gluten free
Get test result i will guide For latest sublingual immunotherapy for wheat allergies
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