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Diagnosed with thrombocytosis, high platelet count, stress, change in nail colour. Treatment?

hello doc, i m.. last month i was dignosed that i have thrombocytosis . but my doctor don t know what s the cause why my platelet count is high. i am so stress now and can t sleep well because i m always thinking what the cause can be.. please help me. last week, i noticed that my nail color has changed. i also feel sleepy everytime. please help me on this. i hope thrombocytosis is not scary. i hope you reply on my question. thank you God bless!
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Good evening. Thrombocytosis has several causes but in order to clarify your questions, I need to know what is your platelet count, your age, sex, if you are a smoker or not and If you have had any infections lately. You should not be alarmed just because of a slight abnormality in your platelet count. Please let me know more details about it.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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