Typically, if the condition of low lymphocytes is attributed to a disease state, then the doctor will treat the illness with the hope that resolving the problem will restore the lymphocyte cell count to normal levels. In cases of mild lymphocytopenia with no underlying cause, treatment is usually not administered, and in some cases the disorder improves on its own. If the lymphopenia is caused by genetic defects, the transplantation of blood stem cells and bone marrow stem cells is considered a viable treatment option. Moreover, there are ongoing studies to identify medicines and treatment strategies that can drive the body to create more lymphocytes.
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