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... WBC means "white blood cells". 14. 9 means 14,900 per microliter. Normal WBC for adults is 4.0 to 11.0. A single test result outside of the normal range is not a cause for concern. ... (1 replies)
... But, My WBC has also stayed around 11 and higher since 2006 with no illness present. ... (0 replies)
Lower WBC Count
Dec 9, 2005
... First and foremost ask your doctor. Secondly, a tenth of a point over the far end range usually means nothing. If testing for a progressive disease, the doctor would monitor for greater or progressive changes over time. ... (4 replies)

... for over 8 yrs now.It is constantly climbing. My most recent WBC was 22. ... (0 replies)
Lower WBC Count
Dec 10, 2005
... I think you still need to consult your doctor. If the ranges were given they may have been different in 2001. Also, age makes a difference as well and that will soon be 5 years ago. 5 years aging means a lot with some blood tests. (4 replies)
Lower WBC Count
Dec 9, 2005
... My Albumin level is 5.1 which is higher than the normal range of 3. ... (4 replies)
Elevated WBC Count
Jan 13, 2003
... I was wondering if anyone could tell me what they think. I have had an elevated wbc for the past 7 years. Last year my doctor sent me to a oncology doctor to run some tests. ... (5 replies)
... The range of WBC is 4. ... (2 replies)
... lth records. The vomiting has gone on for years as has the lightheadedness. Leukemia was mentioned by another doctor. The thing is, if I had leukemia wouldn't my wbc count always be higher than normal? ... (1 replies)
... I hope I will get a few responses on this. I am a mom of a 2.5 year old and I have myself worried sick. He seems to bruise easily. He has been marginally anemic since he was 1. Every once in a while, he will say his knee hurts, or his elbow hurts. He is such an active little boy and bumps himself quite a bit, so I didn't worry a lot. He just had new lab work. His B12... (2 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)
Elevated WBC Count
Feb 22, 2003
... A normal WBC count is in the 4.0 to 11.0 range isnt it? ... (5 replies)
... B12 and others were within normal range. However my WBC was at 2.6. He had me do another test a month later, that one was 2.7. Neutrophils were just above 1,000 each time. Monocytes are slightly lower than normal. ... (6 replies)
High WBC question
Mar 16, 2005
... lamation 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. Yours are somewhat elevated but the monocytes give the answer that some where you may be fighting a minor infection. ... (3 replies)
Lower WBC Count
Dec 9, 2005
... The good news is I am not too worried about the low WBC count now. Because the count in 2001 and 2002 were almost exactly the same as it is now. So if there is a problem with it, I guess I would have known by now. ... (4 replies)
Wbc
Aug 29, 2007
... I don't know where else to go about a low wbc. My count was 3.9 and the range for this lab is 4. ... (0 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)
... My test came back with normal results except for the following... ... (2 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)
... Hi. When I went to the hematologist, my WBC was 4.3 and all the other numbers were in normal range. He did an exam and felt there was nothing further that needed to be done. He thought I may have just had a virus or something when I had my physical. ... (3 replies)


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