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January 5th, 2012, 09:13 PM
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The in house labs came back Friday afternoon..I just haven't been on the computer until now.

Overall White count-4.something... I don't remember the point something part but it was under 7.

Neutrophils-1.88...roughly his normal. The bottom of normal is 1.5 for his age. I know that someone has to be at the low end of normal for it to be normal but it seems weird to always be that close to "not normal" and still be "normal".

Feratin (sp?)-I don't remember the number but it was below normal. I wouldn't expect anything more at this point with so many things being cut out but we see the nutritionist on the 19th I believe and can work on it then...

They ordered the CBC, the NK function, the genetic test and a few other things as rechecks but they were all send out so we will know in a few weeks what they were.

On the rotton side... Danny now has bacterial Tonsillitis. Partially to blame for the chronically lower end normal white counts and neut counts but he is always sick....I mean always. There is never a moment that something is not wrong with him. Sore throat, cough, wheezing, belly pain, etc... Anyway...apparently after 2.5 weeks with a sore throat they will finally decide to rule it bacterial tonsillitis if everything is just as irritated or more irritated and strep is negative. His tonsils are always swollen. There is literally no more than 1/2 centimeter between his tonsils...EVER. They are always that swollen. His lymph nodes are big and hard...a little bigger than a regular marble but smaller than a grape so far... Anyway... he started antibiotics for that today so hopefully he will be back to normal in a few days.

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January 12th, 2012, 12:26 PM
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glad the results look good and hope he feels better

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January 12th, 2012, 04:02 PM
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Sorry he's sick. Are they considering taking out his tonsils since you say his tonsils are always that swollen?

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