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Child having high neutrophils, monocytes, eosinophils count. Low lymphocytes, hematocrit count. Suggestions?

Hi, my little girl is 1 year old, we made her blood test , some results are not good. she has heat for about 3 days come and go, mostly at night. during the day she is seems ok, response good and she is fun. the bad results are: wbc 19.3 k/ul (5-13) neutrophils 7.9 k/ul (1.2-6.4) lymphocytes % 39.7% (41-68) monocytes 3.1 k/ul (0.25-1.43) monocytes % 12.8% (5-11) eosinophils 1.2 k/ul (0-0.78) hematocrit 31.8 % (32-41) please give an opinion. sory for the english.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Your kid seems to be harboring some infection from the investigation reports.

What are the associated complaints other than fever?
Was the temperature monitored at any time?
Does she have any cough?
Does she have any burning urination or frequency of urination?
Is there any history of sore throat?
Does she have any chills or rigors?

Please reply in detail.
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Hope this helps.
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Dr Y V Siva Sankara Murty
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Answered: Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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