I'm in Canada. We can log in and look up our own blood test results after we have blood drawn. I don't know if you can do that in the UK.
I went in for an elective surgery May 13, 2019, and my surgeon informed me that my WBC were high.
So I was tested and got a diagnosis of CML.
My blood work for something else March, 2016 had a normal WBC. So I got CML sometime between 2016 and 2019.
5'6". 115 pounds. Female.
My May 13 / 2019 blood test WBC count was 39.0. Because of my elective surgery complications I had 5 blood transfusions but WBC dropped to 24.0
My Aug 23 / 2019 blood test WCB count is back up at 57.0.
So too high since it's supposed to be 4.0 - 10.0 right.
May 13 test - It only wrote "blast occasional" with no number.
Aug 23 test - My blasts are .3
So, looking at my blood test...
This is where my question is because I don't know what phase I'm in yet. I read certain blast counts written as percentages. Yet my test writes .3. No percentage on my form.
QUESTION: Does .3 blasts, actually mean my blasts are 30% then?
As you can see in the above statement ^^^^ blasts are written in percentages.
And, I'm trying to figure out which phase I'm actually in before my next appointment which is Sept 30.
Am I in the 1. chronic 2. accelerated or 3. blast phase?
*Can anyone read blood test results? If so, is there any way I can upload them so you can see them?
The media browser says I am not authorized to upload anything.
I am a science mind so like to have all of the information, if I can get it.
Thankyou ahead of time.