Hi, my husband has low blood platelets and it s 121. He did some blood test back in January 2012 .... Should we worry and go sooner? I know the range is between 150-450. It just worries me that it s going ...
responsible for fall in platelet count. It is now 125 against range normal of 150-450. Can you enlighten ... months. During current annual check up for blood count etc., it is seen that there is a drop in platelets ...
Hello, hoping for some help....A few months ago my dad was on the operating table to get a routine knee surgery when the doctor came in and said he couldn t perform the surgery because my dad s platelet ...
I am aged 65 and my platelet count is fluctuating between 40....50,000 for the past 12 years. I got bone marrow done and Dr diagonised ITP with reduced platelet . Except for minor bruising sometimes i ...
I am being watched at a cancer center for dropping platelets. I was initially at 130,000 and have over the past few months decreased to just under 100,000 in to the 90,000 s. Today I had a lump excised ...
I was feeling rotten on friday so i went to the doc...they suspected i had dengue fever. but now, my platelets count is 174 ( its written down on my form) is that normal? i feel fine now. no nausea ...
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.
High platelet counts is worry factor?
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 platelet count is high you need to take the opinion of a Hematologist.
What does an elevated platelet count indicate?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Elevated platelet count can occur due to reactive conditions and neoplastic conditions.
Infections commonly lead to an increase in platelet counts. Infections lead to reactive increase in platelet counts.
Neoplastic conditions include essential thrombocythemia, polycythemia vera, chronic myeloid leukemia and myelofibrosis.
Consult your hematologist for further workup.