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my auny was admitted for fever. bleeding in nose . and the test report says that platelets is very low. blood was increased in hospital .
Low platelet and fever suggest Dengu. In this platelet level becomes low. She may need platelet transfusion if level is below 1 lakh. Platelet are needfull in stopping bleeding. Do not worry ,i hope she will be alright.
My platelets are 658. Normal aays 140-440
Should i be concerned?
No need to be concerned. Platelets increase during infections or chronic diseases. Just repeat your complete blood count after 2 weeks time and they will have come within range.
I hope this addresses your concern. Feel free to contact me if you still need assistance
Dr. Salman Naeem
Blood in stools and bloated
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
Given you age, blood in stool warrants investigation. Have you been doing your screening colonoscopy? if not , please consider doing so now. Please, see your gastroenterologist
Also, a stool exam and a good rectal exam will help establish some other causes. Get consulted and let the cause be established.
Thanks and wish you well.
Dr. Ditah, MD
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