Sorry, Im new here and not sure where to post, I did put this in a couple of other places, so I hope thats ok.
I had routine blood work done and found that my WBC was 22000. This was 7 weeks ago. Since then I have had other blood work and test done. The WBC has stayed between 12500 and 22000. Tested almost weekly, it went from 22000, 12500, 14000, 14700 and 14000. Found that my calcium level is high and Vit D low. Sed rate normal. Have had ultrasound and CT on kidneys (stone prodical), which was normal. Chest x-ray was normal. Had an Ultrasound on thryoid, it showed 3 cyst. (blood work for thyroid was normal) Also have microscopic hematuria, which I have had for a few years. Seen a urologist, who did scope and cytology, this was all normal. Last summer I had a bone density scan, and it did show bone loss in hip area. I am a 44 year old female. Had total hysterectomy 1 1/2 years ago. Thought I was in good general health. I have tendonitis in my ankle that dont want to heal. Have seen podiatrist for awhile now. Have had rectal bleeding (small amount) on TP 1 time a few months ago. Have had issues with anal itching for several years, that I was always told was nothing. I have had a few spells of severe pain and sweating with bowel movements and a few spells of major stomach pain (what felt like trapped gas) that lasted for several hours, this has happened a few time over the past few years. Nothing else at all that I can think of. Have an appt with gastroentologist in 2 weeks. Have never had a colonoscopy. Dr did do a rectal exam and said he didnt feel anything, but could feel some swollen tissue (could have been from all the irratation from scratching?) Im at a loss here and its driving me crazy! Here is the first and only results from blood work I have on hand.
WBC 20.0 (H)
GR 84.8 (H) norm 37.0 80.0
GR# 17.0 (H) norm 1.4 6.5
MCH 32.7 (H) norm 23.0 32.0
MPV 7.0 (L) normal is 7.8 1.0
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