How To Overcome High White Blood Cells?
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Increased white blood cells or leukocytosis indicate several underlying causes, including causes of malignancy or non-malignancy. Examination of peripheral blood smears can be useful to provide an overview of the components of white blood cells, such as the maturity of white blood cells, the diversity of forms of white blood cells, toxic granulation, etc. Then an increase in the eosinophil component gives an idea of an allergic condition, while an increase in the lymphocyte component gives a picture of a viral infection.
Leukocytosis generally occurs in cases of bacterial infections. The doctor will confirm based on the symptoms complained of by the patient and a physical examination to determine the source of the infection, it can come from the respiratory, digestive, urinary, reproductive, etc. Stressor conditions can also cause temporary leukycytosis such as surgery, exercise, injury, and emotional stress.
Other causes of non-malignancy such as history of treatment, smoking, obesity, and chronic infections. Symptoms that are suspected of being due to a malignant condition include fever, significant weight loss, easy bruising, and easy fatigue.
Make further consultation with a doctor. The doctor will dig further about the symptoms experienced, plans for further examinations to help the diagnosis, and treatment in accordance with the suspected cause.
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