I recently had my blood test and the results came back that I had mild neutropenia. It has got me a little concerned since this has been present on my last two blood tests with the lymphocyte count being significantly higher, but still within the normal upper limits. I have had no infections, fever, night sweats, aches, no splenomegaly and no history of anything. I currently take Propecia 1.25 mg for hair loss. My first blood test five months back was this way neutrophils 42.8 % and absolute neutrophils 2.1, lymphocytes 45.6 % and absolute lymphocytes 2.2. My newest blood test as of this week reads neutrophils 30% and absolute neutrophils 1.2, lymphocytes 59% and absolute lymphocytes 2.3. I will upload my most recent laboratory work. If more information is needed then I can get the previous one. Thank you.
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Based on your query, my opinion is as follows:
Low grade viral infections increasing lymphocytes. The normal lymphocyte count is 20% to 40% and here is 59%.Treatment plan:
1. Improve nutrition to fight the low grade infections. 2. Maintain good hydration.Regarding follow up:
Repeat test after three months and get back to a hematologist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/hematologist
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