How to treat dengue patients? How to improve platelet counts?
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 and i am in saudia.his platlets were improving the day before yestday but today there is no...
How to increase the platelet count in blood ?
What are the possible ways to increase the platelet count quickly? Lets say one thing is diet then what all most precisely should be taken in diet? and Is there any artificial ways of increasing the platelet count?, If yes what is that?, how safe is
The WBC level is increasing byt platelets counting droping from 1.65 lakhs to 70,000
Doctors says that...
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Problem of low platelet count
I am a 62 yrs old man . I had been admitted in hospital last month due to low platelet count (20,000).Now, I had been released from there but my platelet counts has not been increased yet (now 14,000).I have consulted with many drs.(hematologist/others) but they have failed to sugeest me any...
I had high fever last week for three days and later come to normal, We did blood test on fourth and fifth day and Platelet count decreases to 1.5 , later doctor suggested to take more fluid foods to increase the platelet count and he said i am infected with Dengue fever and...
dad recovered from dengue with one platelet SRD given,frm 20k to 2 lac count but still very very weak.how to remove weakness?any liver tonic, supplement,B12?
need hyderotherapy in
use plenty of water in excess
after 15 mts need to take liquid like juices water glucose soups and watery cereals as only fluid can increase it and thus weekness will be over if platelets are normal byhyderotherapy
my platelets count is 170 and the normal lies between 150 to 450..so should i fear of dengu?
Your platelet count is within the normal range.
Do not worry about dengue, as you would have high grade fever with chills etc.
Platelet count in dengue falls drastically low.
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