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sweating, high blood pressure, migraines, weakness, history of brain infection

wbc 17.1
lymphocytes 4.6
mono 1.4
neutrophils 10.7
sg 1.005 L

That is a typical reading which I get over past 10 years...last one was 19 wbc

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An elevated number of white blood cells is called leukocytosis. This can result from bacterial infections, inflammation, leukaemia, trauma, or stress. A WBC count of 11.0–17.0x109/L cells would be considered mild to moderate leukocytosis. Eating, physical activity and stress can cause an increased WBC count. See your doctor again and look for the cause of your persistant brain infections.
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An elevated number of white blood cells is called leukocytosis. This can result from bacterial infections, inflammation, leukaemia, trauma, or stress. A WBC count of 11.0–17.0x109/L cells would be considered mild to moderate leukocytosis. Eating, physical activity and stress can cause an increased WBC count. See your doctor again and look for the cause of your persistant brain infections.
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An elevated number of white blood cells is called leukocytosis. This can result from bacterial infections, inflammation, leukaemia, trauma, or stress. A WBC count of 11.0–17.0x109/L cells would be considered mild to moderate leukocytosis. Eating, physical activity and stress can cause an increased WBC count. See your doctor again and look for the cause of your persistant brain infections.
Avatar universal
An elevated number of white blood cells is called leukocytosis. This can result from bacterial infections, inflammation, leukaemia, trauma, or stress. A WBC count of 11.0–17.0x109/L cells would be considered mild to moderate leukocytosis. Eating, physical activity and stress can cause an increased WBC count. See your doctor again and look for the cause of your persistant brain infections.
Avatar universal
An elevated number of white blood cells is called leukocytosis. This can result from bacterial infections, inflammation, leukaemia, trauma, or stress. A WBC count of 11.0–17.0x109/L cells would be considered mild to moderate leukocytosis. Eating, physical activity and stress can cause an increased WBC count. See your doctor again and look for the cause of your persistant brain infections.
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