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Meaning of reactive lymph and atypical lymphocytes in blood work?

Hello I had some blood work done today when I went on line to review my results It showed reactive Lymphs was present and Atypical lymphocytes was present My doctor only discuss with me my rbc I am really nervous the more I read the more confused I am getting
Sat, 5 Apr 2014
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hi.. reactive lymphocytes and atypical lymphocytes suggests that you are most probably having some viral infection. if you are not having any complaints, then nothing to worry about. or else consult a physician. all the best.
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Meaning of reactive lymph and atypical lymphocytes in blood work?

hi.. reactive lymphocytes and atypical lymphocytes suggests that you are most probably having some viral infection. if you are not having any complaints, then nothing to worry about. or else consult a physician. all the best.