Your WBC is within normal range, your lymphocytes are elevated. Has your doctor given an indication that he is concerned about it?
According to Mayo Clinic:
You may have a lymphocyte count that exceeds the typical threshold but have no disease present. Your doctor makes a judgment about whether the count is "too high" based on other factors, such as symptoms you may be experiencing and the results of other tests.
If your doctor determines your lymphocyte count is high, the test result may be evidence of one of the following conditions:
Severe viral infection
Cancer of the blood or lymphatic system
An autoimmune disorder causing ongoing (chronic) inflammation
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