RDW is one of the "lesser" blood counts which can show something about blood quality. It simply means that your red blood cells vary in size from small to large, which indicates that your good blood cells are struggling to regain normal blood quality. Generally the red cells are about the same size. RDW can go high during the first year or so. Mine got up to 22 before it came back down to normal slowly over time. Nothing much you can do about it. Some things just take time to normalize.
Are the monocytes high in the absolute count or percentage? Percentage numbers can mislead since they need to add up to 100%, so if one type is low (usually the neutrophils after taking the TKI drug for a few months) the other types can show as high when they are not. Only use the absolute numbers.