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Fever, low blood platelets, weakness, negative for dengue, typhoid, or malaria. Next step?

my wife 27 yrs old, sufferring from fever 19 oct 102 afternoon, 104 at night, consulted doctor, suspected malaria , started antibiotic 20 oct 101 fever, under medication 21 oct 98 fever under medication 22 oct 99, 101, few loose motions and vomits, blood test for malaria(result- negetive), widal test for typhoid (result-normal), urine (result-acidic), blood platelets(result-2.65 lacs normal) 23 0ct 99.4 fever, under medication, antibiotics 24 oct 98.5 fever under medication, antibiotics 25 oct 98.5 fever under medication, antibiotics 26 oct 98.5 fever, urine routine (acidic), blood platelets(result- 1.25 lacs low), She doesn t have any symptoms of dengue or typhoid except low blood platelets and weekness. please advice how to go ahead with this
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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After going through history of your wife it is possible she was suffering from Malaria as we have to treat patient and not reports, always investigations are corelated clinically ,with your details it is not clear that she received antimalarial treatment or not?
If her fever has responded to given antibiotics it is also possible to get negative widal in first week of fever where blood culture is used for diagnosis.
Low platelet count is seen in many condition including Malaria.
If platelet count is decreased keep a watch on platelet count usually it improves as disease improves.
Your Physician is best person to tell you about the disease.
Hope fully she recovers soon
Take care
Good Luck

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