My name is Lyda, and I've been trying to wrap my head around my recent CBCs that appear to have the presence of what they are calling a "left shift" / immature granulocytes. So CBC on Oct 2018 I had .10 / left shift. However CBC in Dec 2018 showed .05. Than Jan 2019 its back to .10 and March 2019 it is .11 My hematologist is "monitoring" these instances and I am slated for another CBC June 28, 2019.
I do have a couple of known diseases:
Thrombocythemia (CMS-HCC) [D47.3]
Hashimoto's disease [E06.3]
Mediastinal cyst (most likely benign from PET/CT scan done Feb 2019)
Both my PCP and my Blood Doctor aren't giving me too much information about these immature granulocytes and or why I am persistently having them. I did do a little research online and couldn't really find anything that stood out other than a severe infection. If anyone has any additional insight I'd love to hear it! Thank you.
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