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Abnormal LAB WORK?

Okay, I got in the mail today some results of blood work my LLMD did.   I thought he only did the CD 57 and ELISPOT but he also did blood counts etc...  I didn't get results of CD57 or ELISPOT, but I got the others.

Everything was normal except for my Eosinophils was extremely high.  The normal range was 0.0- 0.4.  Mine was 6.1!  Than it says I have Eosinophilia?!!  I've never heard of this!  I looked it up and it looks like it's a type of White blood cell and it can be caused from a variety of things... including parasites, bacterial infections, addisons disease, and many others.

Can anyone help me with this?  I'm a bit worried about this.  

THanks!
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I'm reading over it again and it has two set of numbers by it... one is the 6.1% and then by it is has a 0.53.  I'm guessing the 0.53 is it... but regardless it is high and is says Eosinophilia.

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It can also be related to allergies.  Bacterial infections include lyme so maybe this is the cause.  I would ask your doctor.
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