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 What could be the cause of a low white blood-cell count in an infant?

Answer A low white blood cell count usually is caused by one of the following: Viral Infections that disrupt bone marrow function Congenital disorders characterized by diminished bone marrow function C... Read More »
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Can gonorrhea cause low white blood cell count?

On One Hand: Not A SymptomAccording to WebMD, gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease with symptoms such as anal and genital itching, pain when urinating, fever and sore throat. The disease is ... Read More »
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Can gonorrhea cause a low white blood cell count?

On One Hand: Direct Effects on WBC LevelsMedscape describes gonorrhea as a sexually transmitted bacterial infection. By definition, infections cause a higher white blood cell (WBC) count in individ... Read More »
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My mom has a high white blood cell count her appt. isn't until Jan 10th- what could it be?

Don't take her to the Emergency Department. So many people don't understand when to use the ER. Only go there if it is a life and death situation, the pain is too much to bear another second, you... Read More »
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Does topamax cause chronic low white blood cell count?

On One Hand: Short Term NeutropeniaTopamax (topiramate) has been known to cause low white blood cell counts. However, the manufacturer product sheet states this occurs most frequently during the t... Read More »
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