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possible mds

Hello Everyone-
I have some questions. I started being followed by a hemotologist 7 years ago, for low blood counts (wbc and platelets). Had a full work up, and doctor thought it was early stages of MDS.
BMB done at the time said. MILDLY HYPOCELLULAR BONE MARROW (55-60%) WITH TRILINEAGE
HEMATOPOIESIS.
B. MILD DYSERYTHROPOIESIS WITH OCCASIONAL NORMOBLASTS EXHIBITING
MEGALOBLASTOID CHANGE AND NUCLEAR IRREGULARITY.
C. SCATTERED RINGED SIDEROBLASTS ARE PRESENT ON THE IRON STAIN (<15% OF
CELLS).
D. Mild Dysmegakarypoisis
Flow Cytometry said There is a subset of T Cells that are positive for for CD3,CD5(dim), CD16, CD56, CD94 T cell large granular lymphocytes

My question is, my WBC has been steadily declining, and i have moved, so i am wondering if i should request another BMB?
Thanks for your thoughts
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