I just had a blood test. The blood test show low WBC (3.7), RBC (3.87) and high Lymph (50.2%). Meanwhile I got a urine test. The urine test show high WBC (73) and high leukocyte esterase 3+. What the results tell me? My doctor left me a phone message said that my test result is normal. But it is not normal from my point of view. I appreciate if anyone could tell me what the possible reason may be for this and what I should do about it. I had taken radiation contrast when I went through a CT scan several years ago. I am worried this is cancer related symptom.
the wbc is whitecell (blood count) and the rbc is red cells. As for the lymph I not sure what scale they are using. On the wbc and rbc if they are using the same scale my oncologist use when I was on chemo it could be lower but its far from being normal. I would get a second opinion.
had a blood test, elevated rbc count, now they have been elevated for the past few tests, also very low sodium. Getting ready to go to an ocologist, cancer research ctr. Im quite nervous. Any comments?
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