Also last lymphocite count was 4.6
Hi, are you seeing a hematologist?
A leukemia wouldn't be raising multiple cell lines like that.
It sounds like it could instead be some hematopoietic growth factor(s) at work, produced from somewhere unknown at this point. A growth factor stimulates cells to grow, and hematopoiesis refers to blood cells.
So here is a line of thought to consider: people can get symptoms of a UTI without any infection *if* the inflammation and the resulting inflammatory chemicals are occurring because of immune dysfunction.
When you say 'itch', the first thought is histamine from the immune cells called mast cells. Mast cells are also the likely suspect in UTI inflammation.
Have you had odd symptoms, but much milder, from many years back?
Thanks for replying, my doctor rang the hematologist and they said its not them, urinology has discharged me as they coluld not find anything. Up until 3 months ago i never had any of these sypmtons or blood work problems, at a bit of a loss now as is my GP
Sorry, I mean symptoms like worse than usual allergies, or mono or anxiety. Any immune system conditions or symptoms, in you or your family?
Btw, the "Mast Cell Activation Syndrome" that I'm speaking of is not well known yet and lots of doctors have never heard of it. But it's not some kooky alternative thing that's not based on fact.
Hi, i have no allergies or anxiety, no immune conditions in the family that i know of, I am normally very healthy. I will look up the syndrome you said.
Here's an easy entry point: http://www.mastcelldisease.com/never-bet-occam-mcas-bible-review-part-thirteen-urinary-tract-issues/
Let me know what you think of it.