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Low grade fever, red spots all over the body, low platelet, high SGPT levels. Diagnosis?

Hi. My husband had low grade fever along with reddish spots all over his body excluding head and face. We ran a blood test an found out the platelete count to be 0000. Now, he doesnt have fever but the plateletes have dropped futher to 0000. His sgpt level is also high around 80. What could be the problem? Please reply at YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Thanks for the query..
I cannot see the exact no. of platelets in your query.
But if they are decreasing it's matter of concern.
It could be a simple viral fever after which the platelet count is dropping and for that supportive therapy is enough.
But because the sgpt levels are also slightly raised, a thorough evaluation is needed to see if there are any other complications and to know the cause of infection..
Treatment can be done when once the proper diagnosis is made..
Supportive therapy in the form of fluids should continue in the mean time...
Hope this information helps.. Take care...
Answered: Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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