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Child has severe snoring and sweating. Blood test shows high Nuetrophils. Any need to worry?

My daughter of age 7 years studying in 1st standard. She is 119cm tall and 25Kg in weight.She snores high while sleeping during night and she sweats all the time (day & night) even in cool whether. we consulted Child Specialist. Dr given tablets and zincovit tonic. Recently x-ray has been taken for neck lateral view (nasophyrynx) for her severe snoring . The report showing sug of adenoids . And also blood check up is taken. In blood report showing Nuetrophils count high as 60% of normal range of 20-45% for Children. please answer weather this increase in nuetrophils may leads to any problems on her health.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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don`t worry infections do cause nuetrophils count to increase not a problem be in touch with ur doc :)
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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