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In my complete haemogram test TLC and RBC count are high, kindly suggest

In my complete haemogram test TLC and RBC count are high. TLC is 14.6 RBC is 5.63 And in differential Leukocyte count , Neutrophils is high and Lyphocytes is low : Neutrophils is 81.6 Lyphocytes is 13.3 Eosinophils is 0.6 what does it indicate...please tell me there any serious problem
Asked On : Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
Nothing wrong and mostly you might not be having any problems currently.High neutrophil count indicate some sort of have not mentioned total count of wbc or if it is higher than 10000 than you have some infection.
This is incomplete report ,but as far as this much information is concerned borderline variations are there which can be neglected .

For further clarification you may put up your whole report and also the symptoms if nay because report is always need to be clinically co related to get best judjement.

Hope this helps,

dr jignesh
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
  Anonymous's Response
I think TLC is for WBC...please find bel;ow all the findings
Haemoglobin 15.8
TLC is 14.6
RBC count is 5.63
packed cell volume 47.0
mcv 83.5
mch 28.2
mchc 33.7
platelet count 168
RDW 12.5

differential leukocyte count

Neutrophils is 81.6
Lyphocytes is 13.3
Eosinophils is 0.6
monocytes 4.5
basophils 0.0
ESR 05

Blood picture
RBC : normocytic normochromic
WBC : Leukocytosis with neutrophilia

this is the full report

please advice now
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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