There are a number of things that could cause your wbc and platelets to go up.......
That being said? If your MD, who knows you the best and has more data then just these blood results, want to send you to a hematology/oncology department, I would go.
And not spend a lot of time searching for "what could this be" before I go.
Of course, if you want to know what your doctor is thinking as to what you might have that requires the sub specialty consultation, just ask her......
Anything I could tell you would be a guess with the limited data available and would not help you to better know what is happening.
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I wish you the very best. If you have a chance let me know what the hematologist finds.