White blood cells are the body's best defensive weapons in the fight against germs and disease. Without adequate protection from these disease-fighting cells, viruses and bacteria suddenly become much more serious threats.
-White blood cell count is typically seen in chemotherapy patients.
This is a normal count for your white blood cells. As long as your number is between 4,500 and 10,000 it is absolutely perfect.
You should ask your doctor, he would know the answer.
A WBC of 4.1 is not too low. It is on the low side of normal but still ok. However if you are feeling tired or fatigued or no energy, you should talk with your doctor.
Generally speaking, this is within the normal range, however interpretation of that number out of context is impossible. Discuss the significance of your blood counts with your doctor.
Very slightly low!!
Norm range is 4.25-10.25
i think you should see a doctor URGENTLY
Whoever answered this question with "You probably have a disease. Probably AIDS or HIV. Because the normal range for white blood cells 5,000 to 9,000. Well, you're screwed. lol." is a moron. A high WBC does indicate that there is a disease or bacteria that you are fighting, as white blood cells increase whenever there is an infection present, such as pneumonia, appendicitis, gall stones, and certains types of cancers. It would be wise for you to see your Primary Care Physician as soon as possible. Also, if you are taking any medications - both prescribed and OTC - along with any odd symptoms that you may have been experiencing lately, document these and take the list with you to your next Doctor's appointment. Good luck, and good health!
Normal count is from 4000 to 11000, so in this case counting must be repeated before commenting.
A white blood cell count of 30,000 is way too high. A normal count is between 4,000 and 10,000. Your doctor will likely run more tests to determine why your count is so high.