If I had bacterial endocarditis for awhile would my white count be normal and no fever ever?

Type of endocarditis. It depends on 'what' form of endocarditis you have - subacute infective endocarditis might present with few symptoms, although often there is 'something'. Different bacteria also exert different effects. The WBC can be suppressed for various reasons as well. I would suggest getting an Infectious Diseases specialist to look into your case. They have the best knowledge for this disease entity.

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What's the chance of having bacterial endocarditis if I have fever?

Rare. You would require an infection with the right bacteria, have suseptibilty to endocarditis, possibly have heart issue (valve) that predisposes to getting a heart infection. Most general fevers are not endocarditis. Discuss symptoms with your doctor. Read more...
Low. Very very low. Do you have an underlying heart defect? A bicuspid aortic valve? The most commom cause of a fever is just a simple virus. Someone with bacterial endocarditis typically has many additional symptoms and is quite sick. Read more...
Pretty low. Less than 1% of people with fever have endocarditis. Do you have valvular heart disease or an artificial heart valve or a pacemaker? If not your risk is low. If your fever does not resolve or if it is associated with chills, lethargy or weakness see your doc. Read more...

Why does subacute bacterial endocarditis may give embolic manifestation but not in acute rheumatic fever?

Debris breaks off . Rheumatic fever is a misguided attack on your heart by your own immune system. Rheumatic fever creates damage that can cause susceptiblity to endocarditis. In bacterial endocarditis, colonies of bacteria develop on a heart valve or other intravascular structure. Clumps of bacteria, infection fighting cells or other debris can break off and travel through the body. Read more...
Endocarditis. And rheumatic fever are separate issues. Effects on heart valve from rf take years to develop with endocarditis is an active vegetation infection of the valve. Confusing, right? Read more...