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What causes low WBC count?

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Posted on Mon, 19 Sep 2016
Question: Hi,

My mother in law is been recently admitted to hospital today for her reducing wbc count daily.

Initially she was taken to hospital fr her checkup as she was feeling tired and weakness was still persisting. After checkup through blood and urine test, it was notified that she's passing proteins through urine. Post medication, I. E. Through tablets prescribed by the doctor - nuker, lactate, ceflade, she's now started loosing wbc count as well. Hence she's been admitted now. The doctors are unable to find out the reason as to why this is happening. The blood and urine reports states there is no presence of malaria, dengue or so.

Kindly advise soon
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Answered by Dr. Hardik Sanghvi (37 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Please send me her all reports.

Detailed Answer:
Hi, dear
I have goen through your question. I can understand your concern.

Protein loosing in urine may be due to nephropathy. And low WBC count may be due to some viral infection or bone marrow disorder.

First of all please send me her all reports so that I can help you to search the cause.

I will wait for your reply.

Thanks for using health care magic. Wish you a very good health.
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Brief Answer: Please send me her all reports. Detailed Answer: Hi, dear I have goen through your question. I can understand your concern. Protein loosing in urine may be due to nephropathy. And low WBC count may be due to some viral infection or bone marrow disorder. First of all please send me her all reports so that I can help you to search the cause. I will wait for your reply. Thanks for using health care magic. Wish you a very good health.