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ask: Abnormal Bloodwork...no diagnosis

By Beth76
 
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What could cause a high C-Reactive Protein, Positive Lyme Western Blot, Negative EIA, high Sed Rate, some Protein in my blood, and slightly elevated Immature Granulocytes.

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Rosa Cabrera RN

Beth, I answered your other question here: http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/immature-granulocytes#comment-122205

It seems like you may have an infection in your system, the immature granulocytes and elevated CRP levels are indicative of an infection in the body. Could you possibly have lyme disease? What has your doctor said about your results?

Keep us posted,

Rosa

December 21, 2012 - 8:05am
Beth76 (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

I went to an infectious Disease dr. He said b/c the EIA was negative he thought the Western Blot was a false positive. I am so confused. I was treated for Lyme over the summer but had no known tick bite. They are sending me to an Endocrinologist and a Rheumatologist in a larger city. My symptoms line up with Lymes but also similar to those of a lot of other immune disorders.

Is 0.5 immature granulocytes a concern for Leukemia? How do doctors rule that out? What else would be indicative of Leukemia? Thanks...

December 21, 2012 - 10:00am
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