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Child has noonan syndrome, enlarged spleen, low platelet count. Took topamax, trileptol. How to treat it?

My daughter is 6 yrs old has noonan syndrome. Also on siezure meds. Topamax and trileptol both 2xs a day. Her spleen is very enlarged and her platelet count is very low. Not sure exactly on results. Any idea on what is causing this and how do they treat it? I have to take her to a hematologist thursday doc told me this means she can bleed internally??
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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This is genetic condition. you have to do echo to rule out congenital heart disease. This needs multi disciplinary approach like hematologist, cardiologist, neurologist and genetic counselling
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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