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A low white blood cell count (leukopenia) is a decrease in disease-fighting cells (leukocytes) in your blood. Leukopenia is almost always related to a decrease in a certain type of white blood cell (neutrophil). The definition of low white blood cell count varies from one medical practice to another.

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A low white blood cell count indicates that the immunity power in our body is less . ... According to my laboratory report last Dec. 11, 2009 my White Blood Cell Count was still low at 3.7 K/UL ...

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If an individual has a low white blood cell count, his or her body becomes susceptible to serious illnesses and infections. A low white blood cell count can indicate the presence of one or more serious health problems, such as leukemia, hyperthyroidism, aplastic anemia, or an infectious disease.

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A white blood cell count of 3.7 is borerline low. some labs consider 4 and above as normal, some consider 5 normal. To comment more, I would need to see the breakdown of the white blood cells ( neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, basophils, eosinophils).

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A WBC count indicates an overall increase or decrease in the number of white blood cells. A health practitioner will consider the results of a WBC count together with results from other components of the complete blood count (CBC) as well as a number of other factors, such as physical examination, medical history, and signs and symptoms.

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Could a 3.7 WBC count in a 7yo indicate leukemia if no other symptoms are present? Rbc and platelets normal, smear shows "few abnormal lymphocytes" Dr. Binu Nair , Technical University of Santiago (UTESA) School of Medicine Answered Feb. 1, 2013

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Re: does 3.3 white blood cell count too low My white count has ran for the past 8 years between 3.1 and 3.7. I had surgery around 4 months ago and had to go for pre-admission testing and when one of the newer doctors called me from the practice with the results of all the testing, she said that my wbc was on the low side.

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(WBC Count: 3.7 )What sort of diseases may cause that? One of my relatives has got WBC Count of 3.7 and Eosonophil of 10. She's got allergy, so high count of Eosonophil is related to that. But what about that low count of WBC?

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Before you start investigating the cause of a low white blood cell count, though, it's important to discuss with your doctor what your test results mean. Different laboratories classify low white blood cell counts differently. Generally, a count lower than 3,500 white blood cells per microliter of blood is considered a low white blood cell count.

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What is your opinion about the slightly low WBC count? ... Everything came back within normal range except my white blood cell count. It was slightly low (3.7) and the normal range at my laboratory is 3.8 to 10.8. The test was done because I had mild hypertension and was put on Amlodipine. I have since gone off the medication.