My first post was almost a month ago, when I was wondering if I was overreacting to seeing a Hematologist with WBC around 18,000. I truly appreciate all of you who contributed.
I just re visited after the blood test results came in yesterday. I was told I have Monoclonal B Cell Lymphocytosis with a count of 4,800. The Hematologist said they don't consider it CLL until you reach 5,000. I have a revisit in three months.
I read that only 1 to 2% each year of those with MBL develop CLL. I'm wondering if since 4,800 is so close to 5,000, is that a signal that I'm likely one of those 1% to 2%?