" ...7-year old son has an elevated white blood cell count. His chest x-rays showed that he has lower lobe pneumonia. Does the pneumonia ...over 3 weeks. Can the pneumonia... "
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High White Blood Cell Count & Pneumonia
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High White Blood Cell Count
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" ...severe pain left upper ...Er doctor started me on Zpak because I had a temp of 100.3 and elevated white blood cell count. Next morning radiologist office called stated no pneumonia signs noted ... "
" ...Hi, I have an extremely high white blood cell count, and when a cat scan was done multiple sub ...i m constantly sick lately, a cold turns into pneumonia and my body can t fight anything off, wh... "
" spots on lung/pneumonia HI I wanted to know ...it may be due to pneumonia because the spot looks like ...in it. He also had a high white blood cell count. He was givin antibotics.... "
" ...but will try to plan ahead as best I can. Poor guy has a high white blood cell count and is fighting pneumonia. This is serious stuff at his age so..... It's an absolutely glorious sunrise... "
" ...that determined I have early pneumonia in my left lung. This explains the elevated white blood cell count. However, it also noted ...prescribed the medication for the pneumonia and did not me... "
" A high white blood cell count is not, by itself, injurious in the context of a pneumonia... but if it were to ...Perhaps there was something more going on than pneumonia... some other area... "
" Has anyone experienced shortness of breath on RD? There are no blood clots in lungs, no pneumonia and nothing but elevated white blood cell count. Could it be the DEX?... "
" ...fainting. Twice. Many tests later, the likeliest explanation is incipient pneumonia - elevated white blood cell count, gunky lower lungs on x-ray. Secondary may be a... "
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