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Pregnant. Can an online doctor advice if the blood reports are normal ?

dear sir my wife is pregnate, 09 weeks, date 0000 i did her few test (bloodTotal count:) white blood cells 16.00 k/ul Neutrophil 12.48 k/ul Monocyte 0.32 (Differential Leucocyte count Neutrophil% 78.oo% ------------------------------- MVP- 10.30 FL -------------------------------- ( Urine Routine Examin) Albumin -Present (+) Calcium Oxalate - present (+) These few results are higher of there test valu. so My qurries is that is any thing hurmful of those report for her pregnancy.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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As per the results furnished by you, it can be said that your wife seems to be suffering from an infection; the source is unidentified. Renal causes should be excluded as albuminuria is present. Increased neutrophil count indicates an acute bacterial infection. Further opinion can only be given if the entire reports are given. Please consult your doctor for further suggestions. Take care.
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