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High red blood cells, white blood cells, and absolute neutrophils in blood report with high cholesterol

I am 40 years old and my doctor said my red blood cell , white blood cell, and absolute neutrophils are high. I am scheduled to see an oncologist with a possible bone marrow test. My question there anything else that can cause this. The main symptom I have is itching with no rash when ever I get hot...either while sleeping or after a shower. I am also very tired most of the time (which could just be stress). I am a smoker as well. The only thing in my history is high cholesterol until recently my blood pressure has been elevated.
Asked On : Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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  User's Response
dear chandra
we should need other details or other symptoms to diagnose a disease for you
but let me tell you that why are you suspecting onco directly and going to see them before going to oncologist better check this symptoms
1. see about fever for a week, time of occurance, duration and aggravation of the same
2. weakness you mentioned in what time, after your routine activities or does not matter with that
3. see about the diet pattern, if it has been reduced ?
4. check for breathe whether normal or you get stressed and difficult breathing after a little exertion also

in body if anywhere u will get infection your counts will rise
please tell us the exact counts and inform us about the ESR level also
which will give us exact idea to diagnose
thanks a lot
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Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
  User's Response
see it depends on the exact count of your cells in blood to suspect the diagnosis ....& u need to be thoroughly examined physically before that....& there r so many reasons accordingly rite frm infections to blood cancer but necessary to look everything before going for a invasive procedure like bone marrow
Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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