The lumbar puncture showed white blood cells
, red blood cells
, and an abnormal amount of glucose in the spinal fluid
. The white cells
of a normal healthy person would number 0-3, but Taylor had over 30 white blood cells in her spinal fluid sample. They called it aeseptic meningitis. She was dizzy, had headaches, and a fever. She's home and still has low grade fevers, but she will see an infectious disease specialist and a pediatric rheumatologist.