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My eos absolute is 0.7 JA: OK. The Doctor will need to help

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my eos absolute is 0.7
JA: OK. The Doctor will need to help you with this. Please give me a bit more information, so the Doctor can help you best.
Customer: and my c- reactive protein,quant is 6.4 and my creatine kinase ,total,serum is 232 and I have constant pain in the middle of my upper back
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 6 months ago.
This is Dr. Davidthere are many different types of white blood cells: neutrophils, macrophages, monocytes, lymphocytes, basophils, eosinophils, etc. your bone marrows makes each as needed to help your immune system keep you healthy. high creatinine kinase levels can be from muscle inflammation.constant pain in the middle of your upper back can be from a pulled muscle or a slipped disk pressing on nerves causing nerve injury and muscle pain.I would recommend seeing a doctor and getting a spine MRI scan to look for slipped disk and pinched nervedo you have a doctor you can see?are you willing to get a spine MRI scan?