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Are you speaking of your Tx team doctors? What are your "docs" saying about this issue? You will probably repeat your labs, consider the possibility that the result were not accurate and the need for fear and worry unfounded. Beyond taking meds and staying hydrated, there is little one can do, even if an issue is starting. Try to remain calm and work with your Tx team, asking many questions to be confident in your plan of care. Let us hope this was a momentary aberration.
My Loving Allah enabled me to complete 14 years after kidney transplant. Almost I am free of any problem . I am worried somewhat about being obese. Can any body guide me about which exercises I can do for weight loss. I am taking cyclosporine 50 mg B.D and 5 mg prednislone.
Transplant proved to be a great blessing for me. I cannot understand why our government has banned on kidney donation to an unrelated person, whereas government do not have itself any program for renal failure patients.
Kidney tx 2007. First time labs marked Immature Granuloctyes as HIGH, Anyone had this before? not sure what it means.
As I understand the definition, an increased level of Immature Granulocytes is an very early warning marker used to identify any possible start of an infection or inflammation in the blood (presence/increase of white blood cells younger than 7 days old.) Much like creatinine levels, in that, a high reading would warrant attention, yet is not used alone, rather in comparison with more than one result to determine actions. It is an important tool/measure, particularly for those who are immunosuppressed. I left links below to better explain.
IG count - NIH
IG count - What is it
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