Re: Neutrophils and Leukocytes
Statistically, 5% of the time healthy individuals will have a cell count or percentage that falls outside of a reference range, and reference ranges can vary depending on the subject's age and gender and the lab and brand of cell counter used in performing the tests. I have seen tremendous variations in reference ranges between labs used by my various physicians, and in the nominal range of results within a few days of one another. All of which is to say that, certainly as to your neutrophil count, there is nothing to suggest it is anything but a normal variation, assuming you recall the reference range correctly.
The lymphocyte count is more out of the norm, assuming you have the correct reference range in mind. In any event, it would probably be worth getting another set of tests done to see if these reults are reproduceable.