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Bleeding from skin pores. Test shows immature and abnormal cells in platelet. What are treatment options?

Doctor,My sister aged 26 facing bleeding from skin pores(all most whole part of body.there is no pain.have heavy bleding in menistrial time and its irregular.Coduct blood test and LFT test, cannot find major problem irrespective of found some immature and abnormal cells in platelet and count of platelet is 0000-please help us for better treatment,
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Your sister is having ecchymoses on whole body.

And there may be bleeding from orifices of the body.

Platelet count is low...thrombocytopenia.

After knowing about the condition, I think your sister is having throbocytopenic purpura... It may primary i.e. idiopathic throbocytopenic purpua or secondary TP..where theremay be some reason.

To confirm the diagnosis and find out the cause, you consult dermatologist or heamatologist.

And then she may be given perfect treatment.

I hope you got my answer... Thanks.

Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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