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What are the reference ranges at your lab? They vary depending on the type of equipment used.
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A white cell count doesn't diagnose HIV. It requires a specific blood test for that.
There are dozens of things that can cause higher than normal percentages of lymphocytes, including most infections, damage secondary to chemo or radiation, some medications, mononucleosis, hepatitis, Crohn's disease, lupus, and many others. Your medical provider would need to test to see what was causing the levels.
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