If you have a white blood cell count of 16,000 then your levels are too high. Some things that can cause a high count are anemia, smoking, infections, and leukemia.
A white blood cell count of 3.9 is too low. Some things that can cause a low count include viral infections, some cancers, bacterial infections, and diseases of the liver and spleen.
A white blood cell count of 2.8 means that it is too low which is an abnormal low. This might be caused by a number of things with the most common one being pharmaceutical drugs. You should seek medical attention immediately.
An elevated white cell count and/or a fever generally indicate that there is an infection somewhere in the body. See your doctor for a thorough check up and locate the cause of infection and have it treated asap. Once the treatment is complete, temperature and blood count should return to normal.
Generally, we think of WBC counts over 10,000 as being elevated and indicating an infectious process is present.
white blood cell count is 11.7 what does this mean?
A white blood cell count of 20 indicates sepsis (infection.)
This means that you white blood cell count is low and that makes you more susceptible to infections.
You have 4,000 to 10,000 white blood cells per cubic mm in your blood. That is called as normal white blood cell count.
It can mean you have an infection.
reduced white cell count impacts on immune system.
This means that this person is sick and needs to build up the white blood cell count.
Your white blood cell count is low!
Why my white blood cell count is 5.9??
When you get sick, your white blood cell count is higher than normal your immune system, your white blood cell count can drop to very low levels.
White blood cell count over 20,000 indicates massive infection or a serious disease such as leukemia.