I am 40-year-old female with no symptoms, and in good physical condition. I typically have a blood test every year. I discovered that I had mild leucopenia at 3900/mm since the start of the year, but recently, my blood test has come back at 3600/mm. My differential counts are within the normal range. My hemoglobin is 12.7 g/dL, and I have mild Sjogren's syndrome, for which my doctor has said that no treatment is necessary. Due to inadequate ovarian reserve, I have no children, and my globulin is significantly higher (4.6 g/dl) on the LFT report. Due to subclinical hypothyroidism, I have been taking Thyronorm 50 mcg since last year. So my inquiry is, what comes next? My WBC is low; why? Do I need to rule anything with bone marrow aspirations?
.. have read all three reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
The total WBC (white blood cells) count is low only in the latest attached report. There are many causes for low WBC count, including viral infection to blood cancer. Read full
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