littlered13 wrote:I have an ongoing problem where my WBC is high. My Neurologist says this has nothing to do with my MS. However, I don't really believe it. I don't believe it b/c I have read where a high WBC can be caused by inflammation. So why wouldn't MS be a part of it?
Hi little red,
At his first flare, my husband had high SED rate, high Crp and high liver enzymes. His neuro also said there was no relation to his MS and that he should stop drinking (he didn't drink), but I started reading up on the vascular history of MS. Here's the endothelial (lining of the blood vessels) health program I put together for my husband, to help resolve the weird blood numbers:
http://www.ccsvi.org/index.php/helping- ... ial-health
His blood numbers are perfect now.
Here's some research on how high WBC, inflammation and high c reactive protein are found in syndrome X, or metabolic syndrome. A sure sign of endothelial dysfunction.
hope you find some answers---this might be one path that is applicable in your case. Another to explore would be chronic infections....keep searching.