Overcoming The Increase In Leukocytes In The Blood?
I have tested my TNI twice, if it failed in the lab, always because of leukocytes, what are the recommendations so that I don’t get leukocytes again and what causes me to get leukocytes ?? Please guide me
Hello Isvan, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First of all I want to confirm first, what inspection do you mean? Is it blood tests, urine tests, or other tests?
Leukocytes are not actually a disease. Leukocytes, often referred to as white blood cells, are solid components of blood that have the function of killing and getting rid of bacteria, viruses, parasites, or other foreign substances that enter the body. Normal leukocyte levels in the blood range between 5000-10,000 per microliter of blood (values can vary in each laboratory). Meanwhile, in urine or other body fluids, leukocytes generally cannot be found or can be found in small amounts.
Increased levels of leukocytes in the blood can be caused by many things. The most common cause is infection, while other causes include inflammatory conditions, trauma or injury, allergies, stress (emotional or physical), certain drugs, cancer, and so on. Increased levels of leukocytes alone cannot be used as a diagnostic tool for certain diseases, but must be combined with clinical symptoms, physical examination, and other examination results. If the increase in leukocytes you mean is leukocytes in the urine, then the possible cause is an infection in the urinary tract or in the reproductive tract.
To ascertain the cause of the increase in your leukocytes, you should check with your doctor directly. The doctor can ask about specific symptoms you are experiencing, perform a physical examination, and additional investigations to help make a diagnosis. At this time, there are no specific recommendations that can be given at this time because your diagnosis must be known in advance.
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