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Is "Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura" completely curable? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 24-Jan-2014
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Doctor:Dr. XXXXXXX here
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:my 81/2 year old son is suffering from ITP for the last 31/12 years.
User:Is their any chance of complete recovery.
Doctor:I haven't heard or seen patients completely cured of ITP. But since I am a general physician I do not see much cases of ITP
User:We have been told their is no medicine in allopathy.
Doctor:I suggest that you post this concern on Ask A Doctor / Ask A Specialist
Doctor:to a hematologist
Doctor:who see such cases very often.
Doctor:You can take their opinion about this concern.
User:He is presently taking homeopathy medicine.
Doctor:Yes, in allopathy treatment is symptomatic.
User:Any expert specialist you would like to refer.
Doctor:through immune supplementing drugs.
Doctor:Most of the doctors answering queries on XXXXXXX are competent.
Doctor:You can discuss with any of them.
User:Thanks Dr.
Doctor:You are welcome.
Doctor:I wish your son good health...
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:No thank you.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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