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RBC and WBC cells found in blood test. Hemoglobin level normal. Is the report normal?

Could you please tell me what these mean. My 19yo girlfriend returned from blood test with these results but doesn t know what they all mean. I don t either. Does not have another doctor s appointment, is this ok? Hemoglobin 132. RBC 4.71 WBC 12.4 Eosiniphil 0.14 Monocyte 0.05 Segmenters 0.39 Lymphocyte 0.42 Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Could you tell me what exactly is the problem with your girlfriend and why were these tests suggested.
From the report mentioned there is slight increase in the WBC count with increase of lymphocytes more than the neutrophils.
Is she having any long standing fever or infections or inflammation?
You may need to take that second appointment to the doctor and take your reports. Corelating the symptoms and the test results only further treatment plan can be told.
Take care
Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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