When should I worry about high lymphocytes?

When should I worry about high lymphocytes?

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December, 2020
You can have a higher than normal lymphocyte count but have few, if any, symptoms. It usually occurs after an illness and is harmless and temporary. But it might represent something more serious, such as a blood cancer or a chronic infection.

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