← Return to The mystery of my neutropenia

Discussion
marcie555 (@marcie555)

The mystery of my neutropenia

Blood Cancers & Disorders | Last Active: Jul 11, 2018 | Replies (2)

Comment receiving replies
@JustinMcClanahan

Hello @marcie555, welcome to Connect. I am glad to hear that you have been referred to Mayo Clinic to have your neutropenia further explored. Here is a blog post from our Hematology Connect Page from a previous Q&A about Neutropenia, https://connect.mayoclinic.org/newsfeed-post/mayo-clinic-q-and-a-understanding-neutropenia-1/. @nicollissa discussed neutrophils in some of her previous posts and may be able to offer some more regarding her experiences as well and I'd like to invite @strongenough2011 back also.

@marcie555, if you are comfortable sharing, have you had your appointment scheduled with Mayo Clinic? Other than your fever, how are you feeling overall?

Jump to this post


Replies to "Hello @marcie555, welcome to Connect. I am glad to hear that you have been referred to..."

Justin
Thanks for your response and info! I will check it all out. I am at Clinic this week, have met with Doctor Ding, had blood tests, and am now perched as a checker in Infectious Diseases clinic waiting to see if I can get appt today or this week rather than waiting till Mon. Dr has ordered bone marrow slides from home Dr. and is trying to track down a cause of neutropenia.
The only symptom have had is ayear of loer than usual energy. Fever was a one-time gig.