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High White Blood Cell Count No Fever
Actual results?: It would help to see the whole report of total and differential count. There is a considerable range of normal values. It would be useful to consult the doctor who ordered the test. See this site for more info. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/956278-overview. ...Read more
I have severe fatigue, ibs, memory loss, confusion, high white blood cell count, high cholesterol and fever. I'm so tired of being sick and tired.WHY?
A great question but: ...one we couldn't possibly explore with you through this forum nor answer in 400 characters or less--sorry. Please address your question to your provider, who knows you best as well as what tests & drugs have been tried or that may be available to you. Best wishes for your future wellness. ...Read more
Need to se MD asap: With your symptoms of fever, sore lymph nodes and low blood pressure.You need to consult your doctor asap.It may be an infectious process, or some serious condition involving the lymph nodes.You should follow up with your doctor and may need a consult with id specialist or a hematologist. ...Read more
Toddler had high white blood cell count in urine after fever of 102.5 for 5 days but no bacteria grew on culture. What could cause this ?
Many things: You are not providing adequate information with which to even make an intelligent guess. Bacterial infections are possible, but basically this child should be seen by a doctor and discuss the possibilities with the person seeing the baby. ...Read more
Excessive gas, diarrhea, nausea w/no vomiting, elevated white blood cell count, no fever, normal blood pressure, gas around gallbladder in X-ray = ?
Possible emergency.: The elevated white count and gas around the gall bladder could be quite serious. I'm not sure where you got this info, especially about the gas. Get off the internet and get to your doctor asap. ...Read more
Leukopenia may be...: Counterintuitive, but it is seen frequently in the context of infection/inflammation. Usually we equate illness with a rise in WBC count because we mobilize our wbcs to fight off infections caused by multiple pathogens...Viruses, bacteria, fungi for example. However, inflammatory cytokines can induce transient marrow suppression to cause leukopenia. Should resolve spontaneously. Get well soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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