So when I went to the neurologist at the end of January, he ordered a run of the mill blood test to make sure my liver levels are fine and my medication levels are fine. So I got the bloodwork done at the beginning of March, like two weeks after being sick. Had some abnormal levels, but it was my first time using the lab company (never going back there again, they were rather bad at their jobs). So March 28th, went to a nearby hospital and got my blood drawn there. Had abnormal levels again, some further increased. So my neurologist had me lower one of my seizure medications (Depakote ER from x2 daily to x1 daily). And my GP told me to see a hematologist/oncologist. Which I did on Tuesday. At that time, he said it could range from anything from a vitamin deficiency, to some more severe things, like cancer, but not to worry, as I am not showing symptoms of much of anything, so I am relatively well off. So he scheduled a followup for this coming Wednesday, and said he wouldn't call unless something needed action sooner. So he called today. He saw things under the microscope "that he never expected to see." Surprisingly, no vitamin deficiencies or abnormalities - all of that is normal. I have a really high count of Lymphocytes - a term used as an umbrella term for the three types of White Blood Cells. I also have an extremely high amount of a specific type of white blood cell, the type of which is exceedingly rare in general, and even rarer in someone as young as me. So now on Sunday, I get to get an ultrasound of my spleen & liver. Then on Wednesday, I get to have a bone marrow biopsy/extraction/aspiration/whatever it is called. And now the diagnosis can range from something easily treatable (though I think that is less likely at this point), to an incredibly rare disease/disorder that only a handful of doctors in the US know how to treat. Yay. Medical stuff. I was sort of hoping for a vitamin deficiency, but I knew in the back of my mind it wouldn't be that simple a solution with my medical history.