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Stomach pain, joint pain, back pain, headache, tiredness, sweating. Blood test done. Should I be concerned?

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from last 6monts i have Stomach pain and back pain along with headache and joint pain.As well i feel tiredness and sweating.
but headache is from past 2weeks.
And i could see increase in wbc count,is anything need to worry.Please advice me.
Latest Blood test report:

SGPT -- 43.63 u/l


Haemoglobin -- 13.8 gms%

Packed cell volume -- 42%

MCV -- 83.4 fl

MCH 27.7pg

MCHC -- 33.2g/dl

Total WC count -- 0000 Cells/cumm

Neytrophils -- 60%

Lymphocytes -- 35%

Eosinophils -- 05%

Monocytes -- 00%

Basophils -- 00%

Total RBC -- 5.0 Millons/cumm

ESR -30mts -- 05mm

ESR-60mts -- 10mm

Platelet count -- 3.3 lakhs/cumm

FAECES Analysis:

colour ---- yellowish

Consistency --- semi solid

Mucous -- Present

Pus Cells --- 8 -10 pus cells

Blood -- nil

ova -- Nill

Cyst -- E>H present
Posted Wed, 1 May 2013 in Abdominal Pain
Answered by Dr. Muhammad Ishfaq Habib 56 minutes later
Welcome to XXXXXXX

Your blood reports are almost normal. Your WBCs count is also almost normal however it is on the upper border limit which is most likely due to intestinal infection your having. Your stool analysis shows infection as there is presence of mucous and pus cells along with cyst. The abdominal pain is also most like due to it.

It is recommended to visit your doctor for prescription of appropriate antibiotics. you can use domeperidone for abdominal pain which is on the counter available drug.

If you still have some query, feel free to ask

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