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Reports showing 11.1 % monocytes
I went for my annual body checkup And in reports everything is normal except 11.1 percent monocytes. Currently I am completely healthy w/o any medical condition. Do I need to worry about it? 2 or 3 day before my health checkup I do have a lot of beer i am just thinking does it have caused this...
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You don't need to more worry you just need to take healthy diet and do regular exercise. And try to beer, alcohol and other such bad habbits. Avoid stress .
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If u have no symptoms of any infection, then there is no need to worry about. Its not related with your beer intake.
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For more information you can send your report and consult.
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share your report and chat or call
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Nothing to worry. After 3 months repeat only that test for observation purposes. Further clarification u can chat online
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Normally monocytes are 2- 10%. They are increased in some chronic infection. Yours is 11, so no need to worry.
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