The lab values you describe although slightly abnormal do not indicate CLL on their own. For a diagnosis of CLL there needs to be a consistent increase in lymphocytes for at least 3 months. A bone marrow biopsy or other testing may be necessary to make a diagnosis. Other causes of incraesed lymphoctyes can include infection, and other cancers. These need to be followed by your primary care doctor.
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