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What Could A High Red blood cell count In My Urine Mean?

A: There are many causes to a high red blood cell count. The serious causes include heart, lung, and kidney disease, as well as a bone marrow disorder. High altitude and dehydration can also be a cause. This could be caused by a couple of things. You could have bleeding from somewhere in your urinary track indicitive of a kidney stone or overly rough intercourse. Or it could be you have kidney damage from high blood pressure. Urine should not contain any red blood cells. Minor damage and/or infections may be responsible for small amounts of blood, called microscopic hematuria, but larger amounts of

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What Could A High Red blood cell count In My Urine Mean?

A: There are many causes to a high red blood cell count. The serious causes include heart, lung, and kidney disease, as well as a bone marrow disorder. High altitude and dehydration can also be a cause. This could be caused by a couple of things. You could have bleeding from somewhere in your urinary track indicitive of a kidney stone or overly rough intercourse. Or it could be you have kidney damage from high blood pressure. Urine should not contain any red blood cells. Minor damage and/or infections may be responsible for small amounts of blood, called microscopic hematuria, but larger amounts of

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How can a low red blood cell count affect the patient?

A: Low red blood cell counts, referred to as anemia , may also occur due to chemotherapy administration. Low red counts cause fatigue ....


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can herbel tea lower white blood cell count

A: Hello,There are certain herbal teas known to reduce blood pressure. A herb named Kuding is known to thin the bloodbut there is no evidence to suggest that herbal teas may reduce white blood cell count. Shed your worries.Regards...
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what is a normal white blood cell count in a child

A: Hello, Normal white blood cell count in children ranges from 5000 to 15000 per cu.mm. of blood. Butdifferent laboratories may give ranges which are slightly different from this and hence each report should beinterpreted based on the ranges provided by the laboratory....
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Does a flu shot cause the white blood cell count to go up?

A: If the immune system is very low and other conditions are involved,  the Flu shot maybe can cause a change in the white blood cell count. It is a very very low chance of that happening....
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What can low white blood cell count lead to?

A: A low white blood cell count is called neutropenia , and patients are at an increased risk of developing a fever and infections ......


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What does a White blood cell count of Too Numerous to count (TNTC) Indicate?

A: When a disease or other problem is suspected, a doctor will perform a complete blood count (CBC). This counts, among other components of the blood, the white blood cells. This particular count is called a white blood count (WBC). A WBC of too numerous to count (TNTC) may indicate several disorders or diseases. White blood cells are responsible for fighting infection. They are produced within the bone marrow. When a WBC is TNTC, infection or disease is suspected. The white
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How long after radiation do low white and red blood cell counts rise?

A: Each of us is unique in responding to any type of medical treatment. Many factors could influence your ability to regain a normal white and red blood count. I would recommend an appointment with a physician who specialist within the practice of oncology, such as a medical oncologist, a hematologist and or a radiation specialist. I encourage you to review your previous medical diagnosis and treatment, your current medical health status including your diet, medications and any current stress factors that could be occurring within your life. All or some of these items can influence red and white blood count production for any one. treatment. Many factors could influence your ability to...


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Would removing my spleen help my white blood cell count?

A: Spleens are really like large lymph node, which means they remove old red blood cells and platelets from the blood, and can help detect and fight against certain bactaeria. Splenectomy (or removal of the spleen) is usually done when hte spleen becomes enlarged or is injured in a traumatic accident, as the worry is that it can rupture. Sometimes is can be removed to help diagnose lymphomas, or to help autoimmune diseases, but this is less frequent. If your white blood count is low, the most common causes for that include viral infections, cancer, drug side effects, or blood disorders. White blood

 
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