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blood test results - WBC

I don't know what all this means...Should I be concerned...my WBC is listed as low at 3.4 K/uL. My neut% is low at 28.0% and the neut# is low at 1.0 K/ul.  My lymph% is high at 57.8%.  Help with these numbers is most appreciated.
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683231 tn?1467323017

We are not doctors here just patients and caregivers of patients with hepatitis c.

Have you been diagnosed with hepatitis c? That could help us have a frame of reference for your question.

What does the doctor say who requested these tests for you? What reason did your doctor request these tests? Do you know what they may have been looking for?

My best suggestion is ask you doctor your question "Should I be concerned?"

here is a link with some information


Good luck

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