Neutropenia

What is Neutropenia?

Neutropenia is fall in the counts of neutrophils in blood. Neutrophils are white blood cells which respond to acute infection in the body. Neutrophils may be low in acute infections where in these cells are used in fighting against infections.

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hi i have a 15yr old girl who has been having severe hair loss after an episode of nits.i treated the nits and the hair loss has been ongoing for 1...

doctor1 MD

Hi,

I have gone through your query and hair loss is associated with nits.
It will take few more months to settle.
Neutropenia is unrelated to hair...

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Hello, My son is 5 months old. Since he was 6 weeks old he has had 6 CBC blood tests. In all of them his neutrophils are around 14% and lymphocytes...

doctor1 MD

Dear patient.
Greetings from health care magic!!! I am Dr Thakker and shall be answering your question.

As a concerned mother I very well...

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Hi, I am 50 and I have been having neutropenia for the last 6 months(Absolute Neutrophils: 1600, WBC count 4000). I had no infections and I feel...

doctor1 MD

Hello
(1) avoid all fresh fruits n vegetables including garnishes
(2) Avoid raw meat,fish,eggs
(3) avoid yogurt and raw nuts
(4) meat n eggs should...

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