It's possible that you have a subclinical digestive tract infection. Unless you have been having digestive problems, it's likely that your doctor would not test you for these.
But even without digestive tract problems, it'
When your whitebloodcellcount is low; this is a sign of increased lupus disease activity.
Super Duper Sickby
So Rhett's WhiteBloodCellcount is 27 THOUSAND 5 HUNDRED. I kid you not. Anyone know what normal... is outrageously high.
It also shows signs of bacteria somewhere. His chest xray looked "cloudy." Meaning...
Silky Terrier Whitebloodcells is increasedby
said he had an elevated whitecount. Blood test showed liver etc
functioning fine. One overnight stay with antibiotics... better.
If number of Whitebloodcells is increased, means that some infection...
Thought I answered this queston - sorry if it did not "take"
I am not a physician and from what I've read this is quite rare - one post elsewhere online suggested getting tested for more rare problems like Lyme Disease.