I am a 62 yrs old man . I had been admitted in hospital last month due to low plateletcount (20,000).Now, I had been released from there but my plateletcounts has not been increased yet (now 14,000).I ...
What are the possible ways to increase the plateletcount quickly? Lets say one thing is diet ... the plateletcount?, If yes what is that?, how safe is that? I am a Female 26. Current score is 60k, I want ...
hi doctor i want to know about dangue treatment and how can platlets can improve in this . can u please tell me about treatment of dangue because i am not effected person he is my brother in pakistan ...
month and presently my count has increased to 0000. Hematoligst has advised me to reduce the dosage to 10 Mg Wysolene morning and night, kindly suggest me how to find the cause of disease and how to go ...
daughters. That from a low blood plateletcount and a diagnosis of Dengue fever, then just in a matter ... to the hospital. Ofcourse, with denge fever decrease is blood plateletcount is really expected. the normal is 150 ...
:- fever 102-104 F, Plateletscount 70 thousand, no other symptoms (Hospital reports negative for malaria , dengue and Typhoid ) Day 4:- After hospitalization fever 102-103 F, Plateletscount 85 Thousand, no other ...
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.
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.
I keep getting random bruises on my back for no apparent reason, they look like love bites fir example i have 4 at the minute and have no idea why?
Do get your plateletcount done, bleeding tendencies due to faulty coagulation can lead to such rashes.
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