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... I just found out that my white blood cell count is at 1.3 and I'm meeting with my doctor tomorrow. He said he wants to repeat the labs to see where it's at now and I guess go from there. ... (3 replies)
... I was hoping to find out possible conditions that would cause ongoing high WBC and also is there any side effects from it being high for such a long time? ... (1 replies)
... Hi There, SilverAndSand; I just wanted to say HI to a survivor of ALL. My grandson was diagnosed with ALL shortly after he turned 3. He now is 4, and we are all hanging in there with him; hoping for the best. My prayer is that one day my grandson will also be said to have beaten ALL...That's all I wanted to say...I'm so happy you survived...God bless you! Debbie (2 replies)

... Any number of things can cause a high WBC count, including infections. You mentioned bleeding gums. Maybe you have a gum infection which has increased your WBC count, as your immune system ramps up to try to fight off the infection. ... (2 replies)
... I Have Already Seen A Specialist. That Is Who Says I Have This Disease. I Have Allergic Rhinitis And Think That Maybe That Is Why My White Count Is Elevated. But The Doctor Checked Me For Lupus And Leukemia. The Lupus Test Came Back Negative. ... (10 replies)
... Your symptoms sounds very familiar to me. I've been dealing with a high WBC for over a year and the last few CBC's have an elevated platelet count as well. My last blood test on the 14th came back with WBC 17.4 and platelet count of 455,000, which the platelet count has come down since Oct. ... (3 replies)
... I have not been taking any supplements all summer and now, 7 months since the first high reading, we tested again and it is 1080. A definite downward trend, but could it really take this long for B12 to leave my system after stopping supplements? ... (0 replies)
... I had a WBC of 13,000 and my hematologist said it is "inflammation without obvious cause. ... (3 replies)
... to AML, so cancer is always a concern. I just noticed that my monocyte count is always flagged by the lab as high. ... (0 replies)
... I'm sure there are other things that could cause the swelling in your Lymphnodes other than CLL. ... (3 replies)
... Could this be CML with two normal CBCs in the past couple of months and then a slightly elevated 12 WBC 2 weeks later with all other numbers normal? ... (2 replies)
... There is absolutely NO indication on your test results of leukemia! The only thing, and it is very minor, is that your red cell count is in the low end of range. The monocytes can up with a virus or infection, probably related to your cough. ... (13 replies)
Low CBC Counts
Jul 22, 2004
... The doctor is looking for any types of diseases that would cause your lymphocytes to be dropping. The natural killer cells that would help to prevent infection seem to be pretty low if that is your total lymphocyte count. ... (5 replies)
... So did the doctor run a complete blood count. If there is an infection, there will usually be an abnormal count of some sort. White blood cells fight infections, parasites and even are involved in allergies. ... (4 replies)


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