I have 5 year old son who has been sick a lot, most recently having fevers 3 weeks apart with no one else in the house getting sick. His pediatrician ordered a full blood work up and his results came bath with multiple "low" results in regards to WBC, B cells, T cells, and immunoglobulins. My mother and mother in law are both nurses, and after looking at the blood work, they have mentioned the possibility of leukemia. He had a bloody nose on 2 different occasions last week (he does not have any sinus issues going on right now and does not have a history of this either) has been complaining of leg pain off and on for about a year, and has been complaining every day pretty much all day if not feeling good (he says his body feels weird. The only other things he's mentioned is having a headache and feeling like the house is shaking (dizziness) about a month ago, he did have a rash in a few places that seemed to itch and if water touched it, he freaked out. My question is based on the blood work results I'm going to post below, and the symptoms listed above, anyone that has dealt with leukemia, does this sound like it could be a possibility? We have an appointment with an immunologist on Wednesday morning. Also, any help on explaining the blood work results would be helpful as well! Thank you in advance...
Glucose was high at 106
Under immunoglobulin g, the subclass 1 panel was low at 294 and the subclass panel 2 was high at 348
Under the leukocyte subset panel 1 his absolute CD3+ cells are low at 958
the absolute CD4+ cells are low at 634, the Absolute CD8+ cells are low at 292, the CD19 (b cells) is low at 9, the absolute CD19+ cells are low at 111, the absolute lymphocytes are low at 1251.
Under the CBC, the white blood cell count is low at 3.4, the absolute neutrophils are low at 1455, and the absolute lymphocytes are low at 1333.
His ANA screen was negative. I didn't list anything that was in the normal range, just the abnormal range. Anyone that can help, please, any insights would be so appreciated! I want to be educated and prepared!