I went to the doctor for several unexplained bruises on my body (mostly legs) and they dont hurt. I have exzema (eczema) and she said that I probably scratch in my sleep, which doesn't suprise me. But the part of my body I scratch the most is my lower legs, and the bruising is on my upper legs and takes up a significant area. She gave me a blood test and said everything was okay, but when I looked at the blood test, I saw I had a high lympocyte count.
The test says this:
%LYM: 51.8 H % (17.0-48.0) #LYM: 3.7 H 10^3/mm^3 (1.2-3.2)
%GRA: 40.2 L % (43.0-76.0) #GRA: 3.0 10^3/mm^3 (1.2-6.8)
I believe the parenthesis are normal ranges. Should there be any concern about this test?
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