Does high WBC count affect pregnancy?
Q: Does high white blood cells (WBC) during pregnancy have any effects on the baby and the mother? WBC count: 14,000 (normal: 4,500-11,000) Neutrophils: 80% (normal: 50-70%) Lymphocytes: 11% (normal: 15-35%) Eosinophils: 1% (normal: 1-3%) Basophils: 0% (normal: 0-2%) Monocytes: 3% (normal: 0-13%) The RBC, haemoglobin, MCV, MCH, MCHC, MPV and platelet count are in normal range; only the WBC differs.
A:Pregnancy leads to many functional (physiological) and structural (anatomical) changes in the body. They occur due to the following:
- Needs of the developing baby, placenta and the uterus.
- Increasing levels of pregnancy hormones especially progesterone and oestrogen.
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