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Tiredness, had gallbladder removed, low WBC count. What does the situation sound like?

hi my wbc are 1.61..neut 0.81, lymph 0.45, baspoh 0.01.. i have no medical infections i know just extremely white cells have been on the lowside over a year but seem to be getting lower each time..the rest of my bloods are fine..i have taken orovite high potent vitamin c and b vitamins no change...i am now on calvepen 666mg four a day for 10 days..previous health i had my gallbladder out two year ago (gallstones)..i dont smoke never have and i rarely drink alcohol maybe a glass of wine at most if i do...what could be wrong ? thanks
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Thanks for asking.

Low levels of white blood counts for a prolong period should be investigated for the bone marrow depression.

There are many conditions which can lead to problems with the marrow leading to low counts of either WBC,RBC, Platelets or all of them.

Get Bone marrow aspiration/Bone Marrow Biopsy.

Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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