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Welcome to health care magic
Normal platelet count is 3-4 lakhs. A platelet count of 481 indicate acute decrease in the count and requires evaluation and treatment.
Hence do confirm the count and consult your doctor for evaluation and treatment.
If platelets count is 1.3 showing in the blood report what is that meaning
It is difficult to comment with just a platelet count,without any clinical details given.
Anyhow,count is a bit low;but not too much(normal is about 2-4).Such count is very common with conditions like viral fevers,and become normal in few days.
We can have a better idea if you could explain the circumstances that lead to the investigation.
Take care,Thank you.
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.