My niece is having an off again, on again low temperature. She has seen many doctors and she thinks it could be blood cancer due to a higher lymphocyte count of 45. Can anyone please help me understand this better. Worried. Thanks
Report This| Share this:Low grade temperature. High Lymphocyte count (45). Is this blood cancer?Hi Vaseem - <br /><br />I am sorry to hear this has you concerned. Unfortunately, this is difficult to answer since many conditions can cause a fever and high white count.<br /><br />Hoping you find answers very soon. Please be sure to let us know how she is doing.<br /><br />For more information see theses resources - <br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/complete-blood-count-cbc">Complete Blood Count</a> <br /><a href="http://answers.webmd.com/answers/1198026/what-is-a-normal-white-blood">What is a normal white blood cell count?</a> <br /><br />Elizabeth
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