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Leukemia? WBC 11.1
Jun 17, 2010
... Can a WBC of 11.1 be leukemia? ... (1 replies)
... rapidly reproducing, hence a high WBC. ... (2 replies)
... rapidly reproducing, hence a high WBC. ... (2 replies)

... If not, I think it is time. Something is making your bone marrow produce too many WBCs of the granulocyte type, and your WBC count is not just borderline high if it is getting up to 20,000. A hematologist will get to the bottom of this so whatever it is, you can be treated instead of just watched. ... (1 replies)
... Elevated white blood cell count is only a symptom. The elevated count is a normal response to fighting off an ordinary infection. Leukemia, however means that the abnormally high white blood cell count is not caused by immune response, but rather by an inappropriate oversupply of new white blood cells created by mutated stem cells in the bone marrow. The white blood cells... (1 replies)
... cer and says the differential is ok and the cell size was ok. Not sure what that means but they were not concerned. She did say that it could be I have naturally high wbc. ... (3 replies)
... So back in 2008 my family doctor suspected I may have leukemia due to high white blood cells and frequent infections. ... (3 replies)
... So let me start off I am 38 years old female. I seem to always have a high WBC. ... (3 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)
... 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)
... the doctors think that you have an infection in your blood stream that is resistant to the usual antibiotic. The MPV stands for Mean Platelet Volume. If that is high then it means that there may be something going on in your body that indicates to your body that it is in danger of bleeding or is bleeding. ... (2 replies)
... a half, my doctor has realized that my WBC is consistently high. In the past it was maybe only 12,000 but over the last couple months has gone up to 17,000 and most recently 22,000. ... (0 replies)
... Thing is, if you were diagnosed with acute/chronic lymphocytic leukemia, they were relying on more than just a white count. Elevated white count can come up from just about anything (certainly all the different leukemias in addition to infections like mono, pneumonia, etc) and is much more commonly an infection than leukemia. To make the diagnosis, your doc sent your blood to... (4 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (0 replies)
... and he thought the bloodwork results may indicate that I have an infection and that I may be dehydrated. He had no explanation for the high red blood cell values. He referred me to a hematologist and suggested that I consult with my PCP as well. ... (2 replies)
... Dx with double ear infection and had a WBC count of 21,000. Both ped and urgent care said that WBC count shouldn't be so high for mild ear infections. ... (1 replies)
... I don't understand why she is ignoring my high WBC? ... (1 replies)
Low CBC Counts
Jul 22, 2004
... ASO AB test is for hepititis infection. 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. You did not indicate what the granulocytes are and they are important in keeping away bacterial infections.Flu... (5 replies)
... Depending on the type of infection, a different type of WBC will usally be too high or too low. ... (4 replies)


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