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my wbc results are 15.2 k/ul what does this mean


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Normal white blood cell count is 4 to 11 k/ul, so if yours is 15.2 it means your white blood cell count (WBC) is high.  This is OFTEN but not always due to infection or disease.

Your doctor can explain factors which this may be attributed to, and she/he may run some more tests.

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