I have listed my CBC results for the last year to show the trend I have been having.
I am a 30 year old, slightly overweight (wasn't until I got the pituitary tumor), female.
Symptoms include fatigue, dizziness, stomach upset, loose stools, depression, etc. I do have Hashimotos Thyroid and a Pituitary tumor, but both are controlled with medication... Any help or advice anyone could give would be much appreciated!
Total WBC 10.5 (in range) 3.8-10.8
Neutrophils 69.3% H 42-63
Lymphocytes 24.7% L 25-40
Absolute Mono 116 (.116) L 200-950
Absolute Eosin 515 (.515) H 15-500
Absolute Neutro 7500 (7.5) 1500-7700 (1.5-7.7)
Total WBC 11.5 H 3.8-10.8
Neutrophils 74.69% H 42-63
Lymphocytes 19.3% L 25-40
Absolute Neutro 8500 (8.5) H 1500-7700 (1.5-7.7)
WBC 11.8 H
RBC 5.2 H
Absolute Neutrophils 9346 H
Segs (Neutrophils) 76.4% H 42-63 range
Lymphs 16.4% L 25-40 range
Segs (Neutrophils) 77.9% H 42-63% range
Lymphs16.7% L 25-40% range
Absolute Neutrophils 8000 H 1.7-7.7 range
Other October 2009 test that caused my dr. to alert me…
• Glucose is high at 128 morning fasting – I am diabetic
• Triglycerides high 288 mg/dl – should be less than 150
• HDL is low 38 mg/dl should be between 40-60
• Prolactin is in range… yay! (pituitary tumor – treated with cabergoline)
• TSH – is 2.47 and she likes to keep me around 1… so my Synthroid is being increased to 88 mcg from 75.
Several tests, including Celiac aren’t back yet… I am doing alderosterone, cortisol and plasma renin on Friday.
No, she never seems to understand the WBC neutrophils and lymphocytes always being weird. She said it's possible that it could have to do with Cushings, but since the testing is still being done and redone she is unsure. She mentioned a few months ago that if it continues I should possibly see a hematologist.
I was so annoyed Friday. I went to my OBGYN to discuss fertility with my him since I've been off birth control for 17 months and no pregnancy. He asked about how my thyroid and prolactin levels were doing and I told him fine. Told him however about my wbc and said I wondered if that would have anything to do with it and hoped he would have insight or trigger something from his days before he was an OBGYN or something and his response was "you know that's not my area right?". Hello I thought he was a dr... just happened to specialize in OB. I was mad.
well I now have seen 4 different doctors that all know about my WBC numbers and if I end up with cancer and none of them ran an extra test or two to find out what is going on then they are all getting sued. :-P Well probably not, but they will get a nasty letter!
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