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Recurring low values of WBC with fatigue, frequent fever. Had hysterectomy, ovaries removal. Family history of cancer. What could this be?

I ve had a low WBC (3.0 or just over) on and off for the past 4 years. I get tired very quick and have trouble controlling my body temp. I had a Hysterectomy about 20 years ago, and my overies removed 12 months ago. I am now 54. My mother died at 64 from Overian cancer, my sister at 49 from breast cancer and my father from non hogkins lymphoma at 69 I am getting concerned as I don t seem to be getting anywhere
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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low valuees of WBC s is concern again with history of cancer in the family
reason for removal of ovaries not mentioned,reason for hysterectomy 20 yrs back was not mentioned your general examination status was not discused
it is difficult to comment or treat with this much of history
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