This year's physical examination revealed a white blood cell count of 9.92, and an absolute lymphocyte value of 3.55. Is this a serious problem?
From this examination situation, generally speaking, the normal white blood cell count is 4 to 10, basically in the normal range, then like this your reference value in 9 points, then basically is also roughly normal range, if there is no obvious discomfort should be considered no problem, no need to use drugs.
From the current test results, the absolute value of white blood cells and lymphocytes is slightly high, this time to pay attention to whether there is no physical discomfort, if there is no other physical discomfort, these two indicators are elevated is not too significant, but if there are cold symptoms, there may be a viral infection problem.
Hello, routine blood test results show elevated white blood cells and elevated lymphocytes are caused by both bacterial and viral infections, which can lead to general malaise, fever, swelling and pain in the throat, and it is recommended that oral antibiotics and antiviral medications should be taken for treatment.