What Causes Sudden Elevated Monocyte Count In Blood?
different possible causes
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It is understandable to be concerned since your symptoms are continuing.
The increase in the monocytes, however , are not likely significant if the total white cell count is normal
Monocytes are a type of white blood cell. The complete blood count would normally list the total white cell count then the different types of white cells- monocyte, neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils, basophils
If the total white cell is within normal range then the changes in one of the types, is not likely significant.
Numbness and tingling may be due to different causes such as: (A) diabetes
(B) low levels of vitamin b12 and folate
(c)liver or kidney disease
(D)some hormonal diseases such as thyroid disease
(f)side effect of medications
(H) trauma to nerves- an x ray of the neck , shoulders and lower back may be needed
If you had blood tests for these conditions (liver, kidney, thyroid,diabetes) then they can be ruled out
Vitamin b12 and folate levels should also be considered.
I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions