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Diarrhea. Blood test fine, stool test shows high white blood cells. What does this mean?

I got tested in my blood and everything came out fine.. But when it came to my stool I tested positive in my white blood cells and they are also high... What does this mean? My appointment is on friday and the nurse wont tell me anymore... Im being referred to a G.I. You see Ive had this problem with diarrea since I was 14 and Im 32 now so this is concerning to me.. Please help?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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You have not given the amount of white cell seen in the stool because certain amount of white cell in the stool considered normal again the clinical sign and symptoms is matter if you do have frequency more than five to six in hour with the fever vomiting mucus in stool sever abdominal pain, then this is to be worried otherwise no thing to worry about this, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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