Here are the six main types of WBCs and the average percentage of each type in the blood:
Neutrophils - 58 percent
Eosinophils - 2 percent
Basophils - 1 percent
Bands - 3 percent
Monocytes - 4 percent
Lymphocytes - 30 percent
The only one that matters for tracking CLL progression are the lymphocytes. These contain B cells, T cells and NK cells, Natural Killer cells.
Tracking white blood cell count (WBC) you have a large number of cell types in that count, which also fluctuate like neutrophils ...so this fact makes the white blood cell count (WBC) very general and rather inaccurate for monitoring CLL progression.
Track your absolute lymphocyte count (ALC) NOT the percentge of lymphocytes, forget white blood cell count (WBC).
When the absolute lymphocyte count (ALC) doubles within 6 months called ...LTD, lymphocyte doubling time...pretreatment talks should be started...