Did it take longer than 2 months on Calquence for any of you to start seeing your ALC decline and your RBC increase (after that initial spike and fall)?
I'm 60 days into this and after the initial ALC spike and RBC drop, they really haven't budged since (not increasing anymore but just staying high). My ALC quadrupled after the first couple weeks which I think is somewhat normal, as is a bit of an RBC drop. The other thing I notice is my ANC is gone way up from the 3's and 4's to now 8's and 9's since starting. There was a time almost a decade ago that I was severely neutropenic from Bendamustine, so I'm not complaining about my high ANC, just wondering what my cause. I'm 150lbs and have been really going heaving on the water and electrolytes. 4 liters daily (m/l) plus all the other liquids, watermelon and a beer here and there.