health conditions


Question by  ElyseArt (2)

My blood test says my Absolute Lymphocytes are at 8174. My White Blood cell count is 15.6. I have been like this for years. I am 70 years old. Is there anything I can do about this?


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Usually our white blood cell count is genetic. Unless we're sick it never really changes. If you're that old and have lived with this count all your life, why change it?


Answer by  DebH2010 (291)

If your condition is stable and your doctor feels that no treatment is required, I wouldn't recommend that you do anything special to treat this condition.


Answer by  Moma123 (1043)

If absolute lymphocyte count goes above 4000 per microliter and the white blood cell count is above 11, then it indicates infection or disease. Needs proper medical checkup and treatment.

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