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High WBC question
Mar 16, 2005
... Tobacco use causes inflamation which will cause high WBC. If you have any inflammatory conditions such as bronchitis, asthma, arthritis, or coronary artery disease, you can have high WBC counts. ... (3 replies)
High WBC question
Mar 16, 2005
... i have had high WBC for about 6 months or longer now. My doctor referred me to a hematologist. ... (3 replies)
... But, My WBC has also stayed around 11 and higher since 2006 with no illness present. ... (0 replies)

... months ago, my WBC count was okay but my Neutrophils came up high 7. ... (0 replies)
... e cause of the pain. I don't have any symptoms of viral or bacterial infection. I have had a couple of low grade fevers here and there with no apparent cause. WBC came back at 14. ... (0 replies)
... for over 8 yrs now.It is constantly climbing. My most recent WBC was 22. ... (0 replies)
... t the infection. This will cause an increase in the WBC. Blood counts will flexuate from day to day. You may find that immediately following an infection, the WBC may fall into the low range, because the immune system has basically pulled out it's arsenals and is in recovery. ... (2 replies)
High WBC question
Mar 16, 2005
... I dont have any of those conditions listed below, only thing I Have is high blood pressure and taking norvasc for it. I recently got a stress echo for a checkup and doc said i had a happy healthy heart. ... (3 replies)
... That is a bit high but it could indicate a strong immune system especially if you have just had a round of antibiotics, are a person who rarely has illness, or many other little glitches with testing etc. If you do not feel sick, then it is definitely no reason to panic. The ranges that are established are standard based on 95% of population considered to be in good health,... (2 replies)
... I asked my Dr. if I should be concerned about the high white blood count, but did not seem concerned about this. Should I insist on getting screened further for something like Leukemia? ... (2 replies)
Very Concerned
Dec 26, 2012
... I am "NOT" a doctor but for Leukemia you would have WBC rising and not going lower. Also, I will add that the WBC going from 13K to 11K is in the normal range but on the high side of normal. On my CBC the range is 5K to 10K so 13K is not a big deal. Might be figting a fevor etc... ... (3 replies)
... My WBC is 6.8. How do I know percentages all my results say is whatsabnormal either High or Low? ... (4 replies)
... but if someone has 8.0 of total WBC and of those 8. ... (4 replies)
... ic" through the disease. Apparently, many individuals with the disease have their spleen reduced in normal size. This may be having an affect with infections. My WBC constantly remains low, well below the normal range, so I know how you feel. ... (3 replies)
... BC's and reticulocytes are slightly low. His ANA is really high, at 423. His sed rate and Rheumatoid factors were normal. I am now seeing on the internet that High folate, B12, and ANA can be associated with malignancy. It will be a few weeks before we can see the specialist and I am about to make myself sick with worry. ... (2 replies)
? about cbc
Mar 20, 2010
... An elevated lymph count also indicates a viral infection which would be supported by your elevated WBC's. Your lymph results are only slightly above normal. It seems that your body is fighting off some sort of infection, so your symptoms of fatigue and low grade fevers do make sense. Make sure you're taking a good multivitamin,eating well balanced meals, staying well... (1 replies)
... but if someone has 8.0 of total WBC and of those 8. ... (4 replies)
Elevated WBC Count
Feb 22, 2003
... A normal WBC count is in the 4.0 to 11.0 range isnt it? ... (5 replies)
... a high b -12 level is a good thing provided there is not an underlying illness going on. You have not quoted anything that sounds dangerous. But, if you continue to have doubts and want to pursue it, check with a liver specialist since that is where the extra b12 gets stored. (2 replies)
... Hi, I'm not sure where to post this question. But I have had high b12 and folate levels for about a year now. ... (2 replies)


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