I have persistent leucocytosis 12.5k for 1 year. Treatment with antibiotics didn’t reduce the WBC count?

I have persistent leucocytosis 12.5k for 1 year. Lymphocytes 4.2k Neutrophils 7.7k Treatment with antibiotics didn’t reduce the WBC count. Rheumatoid arthritis and antibody tests to detect autoimmune diseases were negative. I have neutrophila together with lymphocytosis. P.s suggest possible conditions. Age 55 y. FEMALE


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Dr Ahmed Fawzy
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Dr Ahmed Fawzy

You need to do bone marrow examination for possible leukemia
See an oncologist
Sorry but i have to be honest
Good Luck

Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

A bone marrow test is important and a lymph node biospsy can show abnormalities is specific regions if there is swelled ones..

Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

hi
a detailed blood profile with tumor markers and bone marrow examination for abnormal leucocytes will help establish diagnosis.
consult a hematologist

shw12
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shw12

HI
SEEMS TO BE A MALIGNANCY OR LYMPHOMA OR LEUKEMIA. GET THE NECESSARY INVESTIGATIONS DONE. PERIPHERAL SMEAR EXAMINATION WITH BONE MARROW DETAILING NEEDS TO BE DONE.

mrsshalini14
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hello there
blood disorders may or may not be present. but clinico pathological corelation is very important in this case. bone marrow from sternal area should be examined.