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Have fever, weak, done blood test. Had hysterectomy. Report normal?

hello.! I am having fever since last 10days nd m feeling weaky . I had histroctomy last year for uterus! According to my family Dr. i had done my blood checkup. in that HB 12 ESR 20 RBC 4.71 PCV 38.7% TOTAL WBC COUNT IS 12 500 NEUTROPHILS 76% LYMPHOCYTES 19% EOSINOPHILS 04% MONOCYTE 01% BASOPHILS 0 MCV 82.1FL MCH 25.4PG MCHC 31.0 Is my report is normal??
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for writing in at HCM
As per the report written by you in the mail, the TLC are raised. It means that you have some infection that caused your total leukocyte count raised and due to that you are suffering from fever. Consult your doctor and start a proper antibiotic course to reduce TLC and fever. In the mean time you can take antipyretics like paracetamol to reduce fever as well as pain associated with this.
Present fever and raised TLC are not due to the surgery you has undergone last year.
So consult your doctor and get treated
Best Wishes
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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