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High white blood cell count, fever, chills, blurred vision. Doctors cannot find anything wrong with me .

Have seen the doctor for almost 2 months, just finished 15 days of antibitocs , still feel terrible , last week my wbc count was 14, it has been as high as 18, they have done chest xrays and ct scans, they cannot find anything wrong, but i don't think they are really digging deep to find out what's wrong with me, My vision is blurry, I am constantly cold and shaking, i feel week, i have a few places in my joints that just started hurting.  , I feel like i am going to pass out alot 

Related Topics: Fever, Vision, Chest, Coldness

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eeeeeesssshhhhh.. well the high wbc indicates some kind of infection,but it doesnt tell u where the infection is , the same with the fever and the chills,but the blurry vision makes me think that it could be (I'M NOT A DOCTOR AT ALL ,i'm just smart when it comes to medical stuff) it makes me think that there could be something going on in ur brain but im not a doc. have the docs uve been to have the done brain testing? if not then ask if they think it could be ur brain cause thats my hunch.......

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