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wbc of 3.7 and lymphocytes %60and neutrophils %27.5 ?

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I'm a 29yrs male, in a job examination my cbc reveals wbc 2.8 and lymphocytes of %53 then after a week I repeated it and it showed wbc of 3.7 and lymphocytes %60 (#2200) and neutrophils %27.5 (#1000), I wasnt complaining of anything , perfectly healthy except tiredness sometimes. No medcations,no medical history of any disease.what all these could be from?
is there any room for ALL or CLL ?


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replied June 5th, 2011
Blood Disorders Answer A23726
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Your blood picture and lab values are within normal limits. It is usually normal to blood cell counts to change within a few hours or over days,

The counts mentioned are too low, for conditions like lymphomas or leukaemias.

You might consult your doctor, for a physical examination and tests like CBC, and a peripheral blood smear, to rule out any serious conditions.




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