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What Is The Normal Range Of Lymphocyte Count

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White blood cells in the human body are designed to defend the organism from external attacks. When leukocytes are low the patient is susceptible to infection. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell that is distinguished from the rest by a lack of granules, and they have a key role in the immune system as they are able to respond to unknown agents. If you wan to know about the normal range of lymphocytes, OneHowTo can explain more.

Lymphocytes - A Normal Range

In blood tests, the lymphocyte level can be analysed, with their value will be seen in the CBC section. Its value is calculated per millilitre of blood, the normal range of lymphocytes is between 1300 and 4000 cells / ml.

You may also be given a percentage, though these include T-cells, B-cells, and NK cells, this figure should be between 15% and 40% of White Blood Cells.

To know more about the state of the immune system it is a normally wise to measure and analyse the other types of leucocytes and interpret the results in the context of the patient's actual situation.

High lymphocyte counts

Values are high when the number of lymphocytes in blood test is above 4000 per millilitre. The rise in the number of linfocytes is referred to as lymphocytosis and is indicative of an acute or chronic infectious processes such as mononucleosis, pneumonia, rubella or tuberculosis, ; drug allergies and linphoproliferativ processes such as leukemia.

Young children (from 0 to 4 years old) are considered to have lymphocytosis from when counts are above 9000 per millilitre whereas high counts in children from 5 to 12 years old are considered above 7000 per millilitre.

If you want to know more, take a look at what a high lymphocyte count means and make sure you know the cause.

Low lymphocyte counts

This is called lymphopenia, when the number of lymphocytes is below 1300 / ml. Lymphopenia is commonly detected in individuals whose immune system is subjected to immuno suppressive treatments such as Chemotherapy. You can take a look at what happens if your lymphocytes count is low for more information.

It can also be presented in people with lupus,chronic uremia, AIDS, aplasticanemia, tuberculosis or Hodgkin's disease.

This article is merely informative, oneHOWTO doe not have the authority to prescribe any medical treatments or create a diagnosis.We invite you to visit your doctor if you have any type of condition or pain.

If you'd like to read similar articles to What Is The Normal Range Of Lymphocyte Count, we recommend you browse around our Diseases & secondary effects category.

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nimi
my 2 year baby's lymphocyte is 48%. do I need to worry
Jane Bertin
If you have doubts about your child's health, the best thing to do is take them to the doctor just in case.
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Amit
My Lymphocyte count is 42.4% .Is it ok. If more what is its effect
OneHowTo Editor
It is just slightly over normal levels so you shouldn't worry too much as long as it doesn't raise any higher. Check with your doctor if you have any further doubts
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Judy
My lymphocytes are normal 17%, my white cell count is 10.5, my abs neutrophils are high 7.58 an my sed rate has increased to 68 from 46 in 10 days....generally feeling sick with headache...any ideas?
OneHowTo Editor
We'd advise you to discuss this with your doctor, as he or she will know your case and will be able to analyse your results thoroughly.
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Sarita Tabony
I do not understand the lab results.
Lymphocytes 11.1 , WBC. 8.5, RBC. 4.39
Thank you so much.
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munna
please tell me if report shown paucicellular blood stained smears with few neutrophils and lymphocytes. no granuloma or malignancy. pls advice above diognosis
OneHowTo Editor
Your doctor should be able to give you a complete diagnosis as he will be able to read the complete results.
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Nancie
Just had blood work done. My Lymphocytes is 4.2. My lab states normal is 1.0-3.5 x E9/L and states mine is high. Any thoughts?
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Nickson soal
please help me send me the normal percentage of lymphocytes.
The result from my lab test reads as 19%
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Vicky Munishi
What is the normal range of HB for an adult
Matthew Nesbitt
Hello Vicky,

If you want to know the normal levels for haemoglobin, which differs between females and males, plus more information if you have a high count, please read this article:

http://health.onehowto.com/article/why-is-my-hemoglobin-count-high-2117.html

This should answer your question and more.
vicky munishi
I am 53 years old my WBC is 3.58 and my lymphocyte level is 45.4%.
my UTI tests shows that i have an infection could be the reason?
Alice T Breeze
Yes, an infection can cause a variation in lymphocyte count.
Make sure you discuss the results with your doctor.
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NALINI KUMAR
my husband lym is 14% and neutrophills s 83% .he is suffering from heavy fever and cough.is there any complications to recover?
OneHowTo Editor
Unless the fever is a symptom of some other illness, you shouldn't worry. Follow your doctor's instructions and he will recover.
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Theworriedone
Hi. My lymphocyte level is 38%... Do i have any cause to worry as i feel its close to 40%... Worried about possible infections .... Can this % grow over time
OneHowTo Editor
There is no need to worry about this percentage.
It may or may not grow with time, the important thing to do is to lead a healthy lifestyle. Take a look at this article if you'd like to lower lymphocytes naturally: http://health.onehowto.com/article/how-to-lower-high-lymphocytes-11334.html

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