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Question by  Anonymous

Is my lymphocyte absolute # 1058 okay at 3800?


Answer by  soothsayer (500)

An absolute lymphocyte count of 1058 would indicate moderate to mild depletion,normal being over 1800 cells/mm3. But considering that your total count is slightly on the lower side,normal being 4000-11,000 cells/mm3 and lymphocytes constitute 27%, it should not be of concern as the normal lymphocyte differential would range between 25-40%.


Answer by  T1DM (175)

Labs results vary at every lab. The high range can be up to 3900, so it would be a high normal. but if you have had a rapid increase you may want to follow up with your DR.


Answer by  RachelW (932)

Lab results can vary, so this is not anything to be unduly worried about. It can indicate mild to moderate depletion, however. Be sure to discuss with your doctor.


Answer by  Sergiu (344)

The normal range for absolute lymphocyte count is 1000 - 3500. "Lymphocytopenia" means < 1,000 lymphocytes per microliter blood in adults (not children). You might want to recheck it later.

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