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Feeling weakness, chilliness, cough, tonsillitis. Abnormal blood test report. How to cure?

hei sir, i feel weakness and chilliness frm last two days. i feel some cough and tonsilitis in throat. i carried out my blood test report today and its abnormal results are as below. haemoglobin- 12.2 (normal range 13.5 to 18) total WBC - 0000 (NORMAL RANGE 4000-0000) the other counts are normal can u tell me is there anything serious? or which therapy should i prefer?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Hi, welcome to HCM.
As you are suffering from tonsillitis , increase in white blood counts is common. It is a defensive mechanism of our body. It is not a serious issue to worry.
You need to consult a board certified ENT specialist for examination and proper antibiotics treatment. Still as a first aid start gargle with warm water. You can star benadryl syrup for symptomatic relief.

Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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