IMMATURE GRANULOCYTES, NRBC AND ANISOCYTOSIS? WHAT IS IT?
I did a blood test because I am pregnant (9 weeks) just a general and this was the results.
Summarized: Abnormalities were suspected such as immature granulocytes, nucleated RBC, and anisocytosis. Also says WIC/WOC DELTA alert. I have been very tired for over 6 months with loose stools and my food does not digest properly 60% of what I eat is seen in my stool.
May 21, 2008
Param: 1 Limits: 2
Blood: O Positive
Sickling - Negative
Patient approx. 8 weeks pregnant at the time
WBC 8.69 K/uL (WOC)
NEU 5.05 58.1% IG/BAND
LYM 2.64 30.4%
MONO .536 6.17% NRBC
EOS .409 4.70%
BASO .055 .638%
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