Hi and thanks or your query,
could be suspected although the clinical evidence in your case is very much lacking. Its a normal reaction for the white blood cell
count to rise with a respiratory tract
infection. Hemochromatosis has nothing and is not related to the white blood cell count.
Leukemia would require an excessive rise in white blood cell, usually accompanied by anemia, pain, an infectious syndrome too. I think its really too early to think of a leukemia n this case.
Doing blood haptoglobin levels could help. Diagnosis of leukemia usually warrants a complete blood count
and a bone marrow
aspirate, but really do not think you need it.
Consult and internist for a proper evaluation.
thanks and best regards,