Oncology Questions? Ask an Oncologist for Answers ASAP
This is Dr. David
you need to get a copy of your blood testing reports.
I am not sure what you mean by xxx cells in your blood.
I don't know what cells you are talking about.
I would call up your doctor next week and ask for a copy of your blood test and ask what cells are too frequent in your blood.
CLL or chronic lymphocytic leukemia can cause too much white blood cells in your blood.
too many platelets can cause essential thrombocytosis.
too much iron and ferritin and hemoglobin in your blood can be from hemochromatosis.
too much red, white cells and platelets can be polycythemia vera
let me know when you have more information for me.
yes, I am still here.
I need more information about what cells your doctor was concerned about.
call up your doctor and get copies of your blood test to show what is too much in your blood.
yes, I understand.
I mentioned 4 different conditions.
let me know if you have other questions.
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