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Frequent urination, recurrent cough, blood test report normal?

hello sir, I am 23 years male,i had gone to a doctor after getting frequent urination and also to an another doctor for my cough,i often get cough and it takes long time to recover but if i do any disorder in my diet then again i get cough.The doctor took my blood test and the reports are as follows:- ESR-08 mm(1st hr.) , Haemoglobin-16.4 g/dl , Total count WBC-7700 /, Total count RBC-5.69 Million/, Differential count- Neutrophils-74% , Lymphocytes-,09% Eosinophils-15% Monocytes-02% , Basophils-00% , P.C.V-51.0% , M.C.V-89.6 fL , M.C.H-28.8 pg , M.C.H.C-32.1 g/dl R.D.W-17.7% , Platelet-0000 / And the Glucose Random-108 mg/dl What does my report mean?
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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from the blood report eosinophil count is high .
high eosinophil count may be indicative of allergic manifestation and may be responsible for recurrent respiratory tract infection .
Worm infestations may be cause of recurrent cough.Antihelminthics like albendazole 400 mg single dose may be helpful.
avoiding dusty environment and taking precaution in such conditions will be helpful.
Acourse of diethylcarbamazine may be helpful .
please discuss with your doctor and be all right .
Hope you stay healthy .
Answered: Tue, 8 May 2012
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