Complete Blood Count (CBC) - Advices

Qauestion:: Hello, I have following alterations in my blood analysis: Leukocytes WBC 9.61 norm 4.00 9.00, hemoglobin HGB15.2(12,2-14,7), monocytes mono#0,62(0,08-0,11), eosinophils eo%0,8(1,0-5,0) , ESR 28. What problem does this medical data indicate? Other indicators are in norm.

Complete Blood Count, in other words is called clinical blood analysis. It’s most often referred to diagnose various diseases. Parameters defined in this analysis reflect the body’s response to the development of physiological or pathological factors. We can’t give you advice only based on this medical data provided by you. It’s necessary to clarify, based on what complains did you do complete blood count? In your case, leukocytes are slightly above the norm.


In blood, it presents itself with granulocytes (neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils) and agranulocytes (lymphocytes and monocytes). Each one of them has their function and their numbers change in different diseases.
It’s better to seek the specialist who recommended to undergo mentioned laboratory test.
In addition, you can clarify what complaints do you have, we’ll try to provide comprehensive information and respective recommendations.

For any additional information, contact us at 577 119 119 or 2 02 25 25.
Thank you for trusting our clinic, wish you health!

Send Question