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How tall are you? How much do you weigh? Any weight change? If so, what period of time? Are you aware of anything which might have brought this on? Did you have a blood test for autoimmune diseases? Did you have a blood test for CRP or ESR? Any medical problem? Any surgeries? Any medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history? Is stress increased at home or work since around 10 months ago?
If you have no infection and your white blood cells are raised, you could have leukemia. The hematologist should check your peripheral blood smear to check if there are immature blood cells in your blood.
No. If you have leukemia, your white cells should be increased significantly. You don't have it. Do you have the blood test result? If you have it, attach it here.
I want to know not only white blood cell number but also other result. 14 is high but not enough for leukemia. also want to know the fraction of white blood cell number. 14 seems to be infection (bacteria, virus, and so forth), though. How do they know it is not due to infection?
You should have TEE (transesophageal echocardiography) instead.
Correction. The median leukocyte count at diagnosis of leukemia is approximately 15 x 109/L (15,000 cells/microL). So there is still a possibility that you have leukemia. Since you don't have the result of CRP, ESR, fraction of increased white blood cells that are markers of inflammation, it is difficult to say what you have because of limited results. It could be also viral infection, autoimmune disease.
They should've checked CRP and ESR. Viral infection could last for a long time. The treatment depends on the virus. At first ANA should be checked for autoimmune disease.