Results Of A Complete Blood Count On The Diagnosis Of Typhus?
Just now I got a blood check and the result was like this. Hemoglobin: 14.7 r n-Leucocytes. : 6,200 r n-Hematocrit. : 45 r n- Platelets. : 176,000 r n r nWidal r n-s.typhi H.: Negative r n-s.paratyphi AH. : Negative r n-s.paratyphi BH. : Negative r n-s.paratyphi CH. : Negative r n-s.typhi 0.: 1/80 r n-s.paratyphi AO. : 1/80 r n-s.paratyphi BO. : Negative r n-s.paratyphi CO. : Negative r nThe results, how do I have typhus or not, the complaints I have, have a fever for 3 days, headache, nausea, difficult CHAPTER r nPlease explain, yes r nThank you.
Hi Lilis, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Currently, widal examination is not the recommended examination for the diagnosis of typhoid fever. Widal test only has diagnostic significance if it is performed repeatedly and there is a significant increase in Salmonella titer at the repeat examination.
From the laboratory results you provide, at this time you cannot be said to have typhoid fever. These results also do not show the current direction of your disease. There are many causes of fever, not only typhoid fever. Infections in the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, ear infections, skin infections, or non-specific infections (such as dengue fever, rubella, mononucleosis) can also cause fever symptoms. Apart from autoimmune diseases, the use of certain drugs can also cause side effects in the form of fever.
You should check with your doctor first so that you can explore more about the other symptoms you have, do a physical examination, and other supporting examinations to help make a diagnosis. For the diagnosis of fever it is often necessary to repeat laboratory tests to monitor the progress of the disease.
Here is an article about fever that you can read
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