I have a highplateletcount, what does that mean? I was just diagnosed as anemic also. Ive been ... caused myself a stomach bleed. But since I ve been taking aspirin daily for months, shouldn t my platelet ...
I just picked up my bloodwork and it states I have a highplateletcount of 465 (normal range 144-400) and the other high was my EOS at 9.1 (norm is 0.0-8.0). What does this mean? My actual follow up with doctor ...
I was suffering from typhoid, now after taking antibiotics for 10 days I am ok, now no fever is there, my doctor told me to get my plateletcount tested.It is higher than normal range.Could you please ...
Hi! My 6 year old son s plateletcount is 467( ref level 150-400). His HB is 11.1( ref 13-18), RBC .... WBC: mature with normal count and distribution. Platelets: normal. He has beta thalassemia trait from ...
Hi...good day... Is this a symptoms of dengue? Today I have a fever , and rashes , I went to the doctor to test my platelet and it s not low...that means this is not dengue...however the doctor told me ...
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Not really , unless the other cells of blood too are also have a high count and platelets are more than 4,50,000.
More than this can cause some medical complications like deep vein thrombosis.
If your plateletcount is high you need to take the opinion of a Hematologist.
my plateletscount is 170 and the normal lies between 150 to 450..so should i fear of dengu?
Your plateletcount is within the normal range.
Do not worry about dengue, as you would have high grade fever with chills etc.
Plateletcount in dengue falls drastically low.
What does an elevated plateletcount indicate?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Elevated plateletcount can occur due to reactive conditions and neoplastic conditions.
Infections commonly lead to an increase in plateletcounts. Infections lead to reactive increase in plateletcounts.
Neoplastic conditions include essential thrombocythemia, polycythemia vera, chronic myeloid leukemia and myelofibrosis.
Consult your hematologist for further workup.