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With really high fever (103) went to hospital, they said all of my blood work was normal. How can I have a high fever with normal WBC?

Viral infection. WBC count is a very unreliable indicator of infection. A normal white count in no way rules out an infection. A very high percentage of febrile illnesses in young healthy people are due to viral infections. These run their course within 5-7 days. Tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen may be used to treat the fever. If you develop stiff neck, severe headache, uncontrollable vomiting, return to the ER. Read more...

My son is 18 he has all the signs of a hot appendix but the doctor said that he doesn't have a fever or his white blood cells aren't high.

Apendicitis. There are other conditions that can mimic appendicitis. One condition is mesenteric adenitis, where lymph glands swell in the abdomen or as one of my patient turned out having crohns disease. Maybe you can convince your doctor to do an ultrasound or mr i of your appendicial area. Read more...

Help! 2 month old shots yesterday today fever white blood cells count 30? What is this she isn't sick an hasn't been? She got antibiotic shot

Unrelated. Shots don't cause infection, only exposure to pathogens can. Shots cause a brief fever and a small bump in white count but not to the degree you're describing. Most likely an infection also set in, likely prior to the shots being given, but the timing is unfortunate. An infection like this in a 2 mo old is a big deal, and should necessitate antibiotics and cultures. Read more...

I'm took medication for infection becouse I had fever for some days and I still have, after finishing dhe medication my white blood cells wore 18000?

See below. Elevation of wbcs can occur in response to an infection. In and of itself, it does not mean anything. Discuss all the results with your doctor. Read more...
Prolonged fever. Firstly, your infection could be just viral. Secondly, the fever is caused by an inflammatory process and not an infection. Thirdly, if bacterial, you are not taking the correct antibiotic for the infection. Fourthly, your bacterial infection has caused other complications that need further management, e.g., abscess that needs to be incised and rained. Lastly, a severe fungal infection. Read more...