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Fever, fatigue, sore throat, reddish tonsils with white substance. High WBC and neutrophil level. Reason?

Hi, I have a feverish feeling for about 35 days, it was with fatigue first 3 weeks but now just a bit feverish afternoons for something like 3 hours. I have sore throat and my tonsils are reddish with white stuff on them. my blood test showed wbc of 3600 and neutrophils of 1900 , I am worried about these conditions... is there any reason for this physical conditions?
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Hi there,
It looks like you are suffering from acute tonsillitis. Your blood picture confirms that you are suffering from a throat infection. If i was your doctor i would recommend you to start antibiotics as soon as possible. Also do saline gargles with luke warm water. it will help in relieving the sore throat.
Dr. Ammar.
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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