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EOSINOPHILS count 14.7% above normal range of 1-6%
I am 43 years old and having a sound health. I dont have major surgeries or ailments. I am allergic to pollens,weeds when I exposed to dusty atmosphere. I used to have running/blocked nose, cough when I was living in Bangalore. now i moved to Delhi. I am not proned to cold quite frequent. Once/twice in a month when I take cold water I get cold/flu.

I have recently undergone blood test. In differential leukocyte count the eosinphils count was 14.7% as compared to the reference range of 1 to 6 %.

What is the significance of eosinophil count shooting above the normal range?

Please let me have expert opinion to take corrective measures.

Thanks
Devanand


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3105611 tn?1341447769
44 male  asthmatic, athletic, intermittent health insurance.
2006
severe dental abcess, low rate hypoxemia
-stress triggered asthma attack en route to football practice.
-unresponsive to mulitiple asthma rescue medicine administrations,
-at 55% pulse 02 when ambulance arrived
8 day coma,
test panel showed elevated eosinophil level 8.8  
AFTER some heavy drinking

2012  xmas eve
-dental infection
-lingering chest infection
-rare blizzard (seattle)
-immobilized for 7 hrs with oxygen debt
-90 mph hrs (got a ride) passed out
in er parking lot, had registered ZERO
-pulse 02 for 20 minutes until intubation
-2 day coma

2012 -4th of july
- 2 mg of prenisone TID (6 daily)
- zyrtec D, plus mucinex, benadryl,  
- spirometer readings dropping from
- 850 (off the chart) healthy to  current 550-
- 450 after daily dealings with pets
- runny nose, sinus inflammation
- ssi still under review
- local benefits discontinued
- medicating with over the counter ,
- 50% adrenaline meds
- panicked





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