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Is 20 a normal eosinophil count in cold and cough ?

MY AGE IS 32 N SUFFRING FROM COLD N COUGH... ALSO SUFFRING FROM SLEEPLESS HOLE NIGHT..PLZ SUGGEST ME WHAT I DO.. EOSINOPHIL 20 QUINTITY SHOWN IN BLOOD Editiiiiiiii im suffering from eosinophil quintity is 20.. suggest me what i do n whts side effects... im suffering from eosinophil quintity is 20.. suggest me what i do n whts side effects
Asked On : Sun, 20 Mar 2011
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Eosinophil % should be within 6%. in allergic condition, parasite infestation, inflamatory condition, in any skin disorder the eosinophils count rises. So as you have chronic cold and cough thats why your eosinophil counts is in higher side. so treat your chronic cold and cough automatically the eosinophil count will come lower. chronic cogh and cold can be well treated with proper constitutional homeopathy treatment.
2nd for your sleeplessness check your blood pressure. if it is high treat accordingly. If you have other psychological factor for your wakeful night then find out its solution .
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