What do my peripheral blood test results indicate?
Relax .. all the values are within normal limits..
Welcome to HCM,
I've read your query and let me assure by saying that all the values as shared by you are within normal limits. In other word this particular report is normal.
Now can you please share some more details so that I can guide you further :
What made you do this test in the first place ?
Have you done the same test previously also ?
Have you taken any other test also ?
Any specific illness ?
Any past medical history ?
Please revert back with all the details so that I can assist you further..
Nothing to Worry..
Hello dear ,
Yes I've gone through your previous queries and understand your concern.
You need to take out this fear of Leukemia as it's not at all suggestive of this.
Please tell me why is it that is causing you to think that you're having leukemia?
Is there any family history? Any of the friend is affected ?
Feel free to share anything which is bothering you ....
I've seen your previous reports as it was rightly diagnosed as Allergic reaction which caused the neutropenia with eosinophilia..
You need to move on with your life and stop worrying about it..
Engage yourself into activities which will keep your mind busy and help you to forget about this 'Leukemia episode' every now and then..
Let me know .. I'm awaiting for your your reply..
Can't change the Obvious but can be happy for the Present and the future..
Welcome back Dear..
I'm so sorry to hear the painful details that you've been through so far..
Now I can understand your concern..
Yes I've gone through the attached reports and they are all within normal range.
Well let me assure at first that ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia is a disease of really younger age group i.e Kids) plus since this Person is a far person from your family (i'm assuming Not blood relation or very distantly connected), so chances for you to get ALL specifically at this age(21yrs) is next to impossible. So that's a relief.
Well Hemoleucograma modifications are also highly variable so it's also next to impossible to predict who will fall under which category and which is what - just by looking at it. As every disease , be it hematologic or anything , is unique in nature and hemoleucograma is merely a routine parameter for them.
In several occasion , they remain even unchanged while in others even due slight alteration of physiology causes so much change that make even the researchers wondered.
So you can now understand why the Doctors whomever you've visited so far aren't able to explain it , as it can't be predicted just by this . Also that being said it's also important not to panic at every situation and not to get tested for every small thing.
Remain stress free , as you , me , nobody can change the obvious . So better to live for the present and future and live healthy and happily.
Yes , periodic screenings are definitely available for persons with predisposition to cancer/family history.
That can be done initially on yearly basis which includes several infectious parameters , PAP-Smear screening , Mammography and several other screening tests. But still at this age of yours (21 yrs) , you don't need them immediately. You need to be atleast 25-30 to even consider having them , which are carried out in every state of the art Hospitals and Diagnostic centers.
So remain stress free as much as possible and please engage yourself into activities which will keep your mind busy .. It'll help. Try out hobbies i.e. reading ,painting , watching movies , music , any outdoor sports / activities .
You're always welcome to discuss any further doubts in future , just click on my direct link and I'll always be available to assist you further :
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