Why do infants have a high red blood count?

Answer Bleeding need not necessarily be due to perforation of eardrum. If the wax is hard some bleeding can be expected due to abrasion of the lining of the ear canal.

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What does a low white blood cell count indicate in infants?

On One Hand: Infection Is the Most Likely CauseAccording to the National Institutes of Health, low white blood cell counts in infants are most commonly caused by infections. The body uses the cells... Read More »

What is high blood sugar count?

A high blood sugar count can be indicative of diabetes, but it can also be a warning signal of other diseases or conditions. According to the American Diabetes Association, high blood sugar count (... Read More »

What happens if you have high wight blood cell count?

The usual cause of elevated white cell count (leukocytosis) is a bacterial infection. Once the infection is treated the count automatically comes down. Less common causes are autoimmune diseases li... Read More »

Is 3.6-9.2 of white blood cell count High?

Those numbers are the "normal range". Even a count of "10" would be considered normal. White cells are the ones that fight infections, hence, a higher white count would be indicitive of your body's... Read More »