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Jun 14, 2001

dear doctor:

could you please tell me what the following numbers from my cbc mean. I had this test done after a possible exposure 10 weeks earlier. Should i be concerned about the numbers?

wbc - 8.6 range 4.1 -10.9 rbc - 5.53 range 4.4 - 5.9 hemaglobin 15.9 " 13 - 18.8 hematocrit 49.5 " 40 - 54 mcv - 90 " 80 - 97 mch - 28.7 " 26 - 32 mchc - 32.1 " 31 - 36 rdw - 13 " 9 - 15 platelets - 207 " 150-450 granulocytes - 70.2 37-88 lymphs - 20.2 10 - 59 monocytes - 8.1 0 - 15 eosinophils - 0.6 0 - 3 basophils - 0.9 0 -2

I tested negative for hiv after an exposure 71 days prior to cbc. is my cbc normal?

please answer!

Response from Dr. Feinberg

Your CBC is completely normal.


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