What Pain Causes High Leukocytes, Lower Abdominal Pain And Diarrhea?
Morning doctor. Now my friend is being treated at the hospital according to the doctor of the local leukossite, he is tall until less than 22 thousand, but the pain he experiences is different from what the doctor is contracting. … according to the doctor what is he sick … ??
Hello Bro. Sanes, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. We will try to explain the question that you submit to us.
Leukocytes or white blood cells are produced in the bone marrow, and function in the immune system. Where it is useful to fight foreign organisms such as viruses, bacteria and parasites for defense against infection, respond to allergies. Every microliter of blood normally has 3,500-10,500 leukocytes, but if the number of leukocytes is too high then it is a sign that there is a certain disease in the body.
High leukocytes or medical language leukocytosis is a condition in which leukocytes are in more than normal levels. Symptoms that usually appear when leukocytosis includes:
bleeding or bruising
the body feels sick, weak and tired
dizziness, sweating or fainting
arm, leg or stomach aches or pins and needles
sulitu breathing, concentration or disturbed vision
weight loss without cause
Basically, leukocytes consist of 5 more specific components, including neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils and basophils. An increase in leukocytes does not necessarily only increase, because it needs to be refocused on which components of the 5 types also increase, whether the infection is due to bacteria, parasites, viruses, or an allergic reaction to something or even the presence of cancer / blood cell malignancy. Because of course if the cause is different then the treatment is also different.
Related complaints that exist in the digestive tract and accompanied by a loose stool can indicate a disturbance in the digestive system whether it occurs due to bacterial, viral or parasitic infections, which also causes leukocytes to increase. Complaints of BAK that are too concentrated are usually caused by the need for fluid in the body is reduced, or dehydrated, so that the liquid is expended too little.
For more details, of course you can consult more deeply with the doctor who examined your friends related symptoms that appear, and whether it is needed other more complete examination. We are difficult to explain more precisely because we do not do direct examinations on your friends. So there are many possibilities that can occur that become the background of the causes of these symptoms.
Thus we can convey, hopefully our explanation answers your questions. thanks.