About Me: Female, 72, Lecanto, FL, member since Aug 2008
I've been dx with chronic kidney disease (stage 3), hbp, mitral valve prolapse, osteoarthritis, osteopenia and now my wbc count has been low for the past few blood tests. Dr. has said that if the next count continues on the low side, she'll be sending me to a specialis
[More]t for further testing. Aging is not for sissies.
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