came today saying my Platelets were elevate at 452 but that the rest of the results we all in range. Looking on the internet I have become worried at what this could mean. Is it possible that a sore throat ...
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 ...
Result: 4.49 Low Units: mill n/cmm Reference Range: (4.6-6.2) Test Name: PLATELETMEAN VOLUME Result: 7.7 Low Units: fl Reference Range: (7.9-11) What is your personal interpretation? Do you think this may ...
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.
I have ideopathic thrombocytopenia purjures , ITP. I have medical condition in hospital. My platelets low , 19 .. What solution to increase my platelets ??
hi amanda. talk to your doctor about steroids and a new medicine called romiplostim and eltrobopag
My doctor said i had my platelet count should be at 200,000 and its at 35,000. He referred me to obgyn. What could this mean? Can i be pregnate?
No, low platelet count can lead to bleeding complications. You should have been referred to a hematologist. This is not related to pregnancy.
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