WBC is 12.5 after a blood clot in vena cava.

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Your WBC is a little higher than normal (4-10). However, it is not associated with a clot in the vena cava.

A plausible explanation is that the elevated WBC is caused by the procedure associated with blood clot retrieval or medication.

It is not a concern.
Normally, high WBC is an indication of infection. It can be a response to surgery. If there is no fever, it should not matter.