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Well, I suppose it could be caused by stress/anxiety? I'm grieving the death of my husband of 42 years. He died 18 months ago. Could this cause these numbers to be the way they are? I do get fatigued ---- but I'm sure it's from grieving. My weight is down, but again, I don't eat well yet. So that's not unusual either. My overall white blood count is 5.6, which is smack dab normal. The range for the neuts % is 36.0 - 66.0. The range for the lymphs% is 24 - 44. Mine are pretty far out of this range, which is why I'm so worried. But if you think it's OK, and my doctor thinks it's OK, then I guess I should think it's OK. Please confirm. Thank you so much!
Oh Gosh. Whew!! I feel better about this. I don't need the added stress/anxiety! :-) My doctor doesn't even think a repeat test is necessary. Do you agree with that. I think this will be my last question. Thank you so very much!
Thank you so much, Dr. German. Now that's one less thing for me to worry about. I just HAD to find a second opinion somewhere to relieve the anxiety I've had about this. Thank you again.