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High WBC, other values normal. Get stressed all time, have tooth problem. Related ?

Hi, I went to the doctor for a complete physical and everything came back great except my white blood cells were high, 13,000. My thyroid, platelets, red blood cells and everything else were completely fine. I never get sick but I do have bad teeth and have had a few root canals and procedures done. I am also extremely emotionally stressed all the time. Could my teeth and stress be causing my elevated WBC count?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Sep 2013
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increase in wbc count indicates
- any kind of infection in body
- any reaction to a drug
-bone marrow disease
-any immune system disorder
there are certain diseases in which wbc count gets increased... yes if you are undergoing some kind of infections in your teeth the count can riser but also please consult a general practitioner...
hope it helps
Answered: Tue, 24 Sep 2013
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