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What do slightly raised white blood cells mean?

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What do slightly raised white blood cells mean had my bloods took and all was ok these was raised i suffer with anxiety and feel tired and stressed all the time
Posted Sun, 16 Feb 2014 in General Health
Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 22 minutes later
Hi. The raised white blood cells of more than 11,000 may indicate an infection or as a reactionary to some acute problems. If you do not have fever or associated symptoms , wait and re-do the tests after a gap of 2 days. If you have fever and so , please go for an antibiotic course under a supervision of a Doctor. Anxiety can lead to stress and tiredness and vise a versa
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Follow-up: What do slightly raised white blood cells mean? 11 minutes later
I hsve a temp of 37.2 and i am aching but doctors seem to think im ok i did go running saturday and my feet on the tops and shins ache id this notmal. I also hsve pains in my lower right tummy and my arms as i woke up having panic
Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 8 hours later
Brief Answer: blood culture if necessary. Detailed Answer: Hi. I hope I HAVE ANSWERED YOU. The condition you are going through needs bed rest too. No exercises till you are absolutely fine. If the white cells are still high , your Doctor may advise you for blood culture and further antibiotics can be given as per the reports. TAKE BED REST. PANIC= you can help yourself, try avoiding the medication for panic.
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