The Relationship Between Leukocytes With Nosebleeds And Fainting?
Assalaamu’alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakaatuh, Doctor … Please forgive me Doctor, if someone has a leukocyte relapse what are the symptoms and as my sister has a nosebleed then fainted then really, is it one of the symptoms, Doctor ..
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Leukocytes are another designation for white blood cells. White blood cells themselves are important cells that play an important role in maintaining the body's resistance to infection, while also modulating allergic reactions.
Leukocytes are not the name of a disease. Therefore, you should clarify first, what kind of leukocytes do you mean?
Nosebleeds and fainting can occur due to various factors, can be interrelated, or may not, for example:
Causes of nosebleeds: habit of picking nose or blowing your nose too hard, exposure to dry air or excessive heat, nasal polyps, nasal cavity cancer, rhinosinusitis, blood clotting abnormalities (for example due to hemophilia), vitamin K deficiency, blood cancer, liver disorders, drug side effects , infections (such as dengue fever)
Causes of fainting: hypotension, hypoglycemia, phobias (including blood phobias seen during nosebleeds), panic attacks, heart problems, head injuries, brain tumors, strokes, infections (including meningitis, encephalitis), etc.
Some of the conditions above are related to abnormalities in leukocyte levels, some are not. Frequently, nosebleeds and fainting that occur are associated with abnormal levels of leukocytes in the blood caused by infection, blood cancer, or many other possibilities. To be clear, it is necessary to do a direct physical examination by a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Not only blood tests to monitor leukocyte levels, in order to know the exact cause of the condition, it is also necessary to do a complete laboratory examination or other supporting tests, such as CT scans, MRI, X-rays, and so on.
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