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Just out of pure interest

I Have a question, And I hope you can awnser without asking me for money. I Recently took a blood test and everything turned out a lot better than the last time in the test three years ago, but I need a concrete awnser in one aspect. In my blood test I had a score of 10.60 (The normal being 4000 to 1100, which means I know I am well within the norm) in terms of white bloodcells. In 10.60 something that I should keep an eye out in order to make sure I does not increase, and if so how would a go do about it. I don't need intermediaries. I don't have a way to pay. I just need awnsers to work on my own.
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White blood cells change when you have an infection, are undergoing chemo, take certain meds, smoking, certain diseases, maybe even have serious stress for a long time.

Sometimes we can't control what happens to our WBC, but generally speaking, living a healthy lifestyle and avoiding stress as much as one can can help.

It's not something you need to really worry about unless you get sick.

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