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Leukopenia (less number of white blood cells in blood) can be treated by Neulasta, Clorazepate dipotassium, Neupogen, Lyrica, Paxil (latest reports from 20,114 Leukopenia patients)
Lymphopenia (an abnormally low level of lymphocytes in the blood) has been reported by people with optic neuritis, musculoskeletal stiffness, agranulocytosis, weakness, night sweats (latest reports from 4,599 Lymphopenia patients).
On Aug, 29, 2016
No report is found.
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I have been taking about a tablespoon of coconut oil extract at bedtime for about a year. In the past few months I have been adding 2 to 6 drops of alcohol extracted fresh kief ( not de-carboxylated) in water in addition. This past week my CBC noted that my lymph count went down to 10. I don't recall it having been this low in the past. My health seems to be ok. I'm on a monthly shot of lupron to wipe out my testosterone and control prostate cancer. I'm 78 years old.
I have been taking about a tablespoon of coconut oil extract at bedtime for about a year. In the past few months I have been adding 2 to 6 drops of alcohol extracted fresh kief ( not de-carboxylated) in water in addition. This past week my CBC noted that my lymph count went down to 10. I ...
I am a 46 y.o. female who has had leukopenia for years after taking minocycline. My WBC stayed at 3.9 for a long time. I hoped my bone marrow would recover in time, but today at a physical I discovered that my WBC is down to 3.4. I am going in the wrong direction and I am wondering if anyone ...
Hi, I was diagnosed with Graves' disease about 12 mths ago, today I got a call back to the doctor to say my blood tests showed a mild lymphopenia. I must admit I don't fully understand Graves' disease but I'm wondering if the carbimazole I take twice a day could be causing the lymphopenia? I'd ...
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