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Raised platelet count. Is it serious something? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Oct-2013
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Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:I have under gone an annual medical check up done by my Office, The complete blood haemoram report shows high platelet count of 0000/ is it serious...
Doctor:it is not serious
Doctor:some times the platelet counts can be raised
Doctor:but if it doesn't cross 0000/c mm, then there is nothing to worry
User:Total Leukocyte count in blood is showing 0000 with Lymphocyte 16; monocyte 01 and eusinophil 08 what about them...
Doctor:you have slightly raised eosiniphil counts, but that is not uncommon in India
Doctor:other things are fine
Doctor:lypmhocytes are less, but then we will have to see the absolute numbers to be sure
User:yes fasting sugar is 92, creatinine 0.6 cholestrol 135
Doctor:16% of 0000 would make that number to be around 1660, I would consider that normal
Doctor:all are absolutely fine
Doctor:sorry, the lymphocyte count will be 1066
Doctor:which is normla
Doctor:My first calculation was right
Doctor:there is nothing wrong with you
Doctor:so you can relax
Doctor:is there anything else you would want to discuss?
Doctor:hello are you there?
User:No doctor thanks alot...
Doctor:you are welcome
Doctor:bye bye
User:good night , bye
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