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    two year old has fever, very high white cell count 17000 and has immediate back pain when drinking
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    rick3452 posted:
    title says it all, my granddaughter for several days now has been running a fever, vomited a few times and has been complain of back pain especially after drinking juice etc. Her bloodwork came back with the white cell count was 17000 lots of bloodwork, show infection, but no one knows where infection is.
    please help.....
    Thank you Rick
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    rick3452 responded:
    UPDATE, Son just called from hospital MRI looked very normal. Still no idea whats causing this


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