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i had a full health check up and i had a fasting blood test it came bk as increased white blood cells and increased potassium levels just would like to know what could be wrong because doc asked did i have a cold or infection when had done and i never

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Hi! I found that a high white blood cell count usually indicates: an increased production of white blood cells to fight an infection (that's why your doctor asked did you have cold or infection); a reaction to a drug that enhances white blood cell production; a disease of bone marrow, causing abnormally high production of white blood cells; an immune system disorder that increases white blood cell production. A higher-than-normal levels of potassium in the blood is called Hyperkalemia. The kidneys normally remove excess potassium from the body. Most cases of hyperkalemia are caused by disorders that reduce the kidneys' ability to get rid of potassium. You should consult your doctor about this. Take care.
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Hey guys. This could be potentially serious because your potassium levels are up as well as white blood cells count. That means that your body is indicating something is wrong. I would like to ask you if you are physically overly active or something like that? Are you doing any hard labor oftenly? Because those things can be to blame for high white blood cell count. Also, are you allergic to something, because it can also rise white cell count as well as some serious illnesses such as leukemia and others? You should go and check up on an examination by a specialist.

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i HAVE THE SAME SITUATION. wHAT WAS THE OUTCOME?
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What is the treatment for this or the next step
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