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Recurring fever. Roseola? What happens when Eosinophilis Absolute level is high?

Hi. My 18-month son has been battling recurring fevers since July 5th of this year, typically 5 days of fever, 5 days of no fever, then fever returns again. He has no other symptoms (no cough, runny nose, etc). We took him to the doctor, and was always diagnosed as a virus (one we were told Roseola , once Hand Foot & Mouth). His fevers run very high, 105.9 at its highest. My concern is the number of fevers/ viruses he has had over the past 2.5 months. Due to my concern, my doctor ordered a CBC with differential and ESR and C-reactive protein test. I was happy to see no abnormal results with the ESR and C-reactive protein tests. However (and this is basically my question), his Eosinophilis Absolute level was extremely high. Normal range is listed as 15-700 U cells/MCL. His number was 1510. What could this mean, and is this something I should be concerned about, considering reading Google is never a good thing? Thank you for your time.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi..zapko.., any kind of infection will cause increase in the wbc count, in viral fevers lymhocyte will be raised, in bacterial neutrophils will be high, in case of parasitic infection Eiosinophils count will be raised, Eiosinophils will be rraise in malaria, allergic disorders, .. the child needed to be clinically evaluated, and investigated to find the cause...

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