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Review: could Leukopenia cause Lymphopenia?
We study 157 people who have Leukopenia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
Leukopenia (less number of white blood cells in blood) (latest reports from 117,861 patients)
Lymphopenia (an abnormally low level of lymphocytes in the blood) (latest reports from 19,244 patients) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, multiple myeloma, high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis, non-hodgkin's lymphoma.
On Sep, 23, 2014: No report is found.
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From this study (3 months ago):
I am recovering from reconstructive facial surgery and fat transfer due to the loss of subcutaneous fat loss. I am waiting for authorization to have surgery for the injury of my buttocks. I have Doctor reports confirming Celebrex is the cause for all my injuries.
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VickiL on Jul, 8, 2011:
Let me be the 1st female to develop osteoarthritis while taking interferon treatments. I have been off treatments since 5/27/2011, and my pain keeps getting worse. Joints are freezing up, I can hardly walk or use my hands at times. No pain in back or hips, just feet, hands knees, & shoulders. I hate to say this, but had I known it would be this bad, I think I would have taken my chances with the hepatitis c. My GP is treating me with NSAIDS, but they don't seem to be working. Where do I go from here?
Kim on Oct, 2, 2012:
Vicki I am so sorry to read about what you have been through. I just finished my Intron treatment about a week ago. The arthritis symptoms have started for me also and they are severe. I wondered if your doctors have found anything that helps. I am having a hard time finding information which I am sure you already know. Since we seem to be two of a kind I would love to hear from you. I hope that you are doing better and feeling a little better. You can contact me on this thread. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Cass on Nov, 7, 2012:
Vickil and Kim, You are not alone; I stopped taking inteferon and ribasphere on 6/23/12. After experiencing severe joint and muscle pain all over, I tested positive for rheumatoid arthritis in late September. I am being referred to a rheumatologist. RA has been identified as a potential side effect of inteferon. I pray relief for all sufferers of this condition.
Sammy on Nov, 17, 2012:
I am 27. I received the depo on oct 3rd and on oct 15th started getting the horrible joint pains. I was referred to a rheumologist and have just been diagnosed with with RA. The doctors dont think it is at all related to the depo but i have a hard time believing them. Been depressed thinking that i have done this to myself by getting the depo. Its nice to have found people going throw the same issues. Have you guys started the medication for ra. I am debating if i want to start medication or wait to see if it goes away after this injectiin wears off. I guess i am curious to know what other people have done. I just want it to go away and not have to be on medication the rest of my life. I just want to tell every woman i know not to get the depo.
Ematerne on Nov, 19, 2012:
Hi guys, I have suffered from chronic fatigue and chronic neck pain for about 4yrs. I went to the doc during this time at least 2-3 times a month trying to get anything that would help get me through each day.
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In a months time on this product daily without fail. I had felt a glimmer of hope, I had just that bit more energy. Pushed on by my husband in month two my pain lessened just enough to get through the day and emotionally I could feel I was in a better place. Three months in and my symptoms were for sure fading and the pain was easing even more I was feeling great with energy levels I couldnt believe!! 9 months on I feel normal I have lots of energy I feel healthy and emotionally I am in such a good place. I think everyone should be giving their body back the natural health it needs to fix its self. OLD YOUNG SICK AND HEALTHY this is about helping our bodies fight back not masking our pain with man made drugs.
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Bob on Feb, 10, 2013:
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From this study (3 years ago):
I have been taking Saw Palmetto for 4 month because I had Prostate inflamation. Leukopenia began since the begining of treatment. I just read the secondary efects of the Palmetto, and decided with my doctor to quit using it, and check in one month.
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