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28 years old male not alcholic not exposed to any chemicals .abdomen ok with mild to modrate thrombocytopenia.is it dangerous? what is the treatment?!

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 28 years experience
Hepatitis: Until you have ruled out all of the causes of liver disease there can be no answer to your question. The biggest piece of the pie here is your hepatitis tests and what they reveal and what your weight and other physical findings are.
Dr. Howard Shapiro
Specializes in Internal Medicine
Have it monitored: Thrombocytopenia is not normal and has many causes. While it often requires no treatment, you need two things; it has to be periodically monitored, to be sure that it is not getting worse. You need to know the cause, which may be a serious medical problem needing treatment. You need a referral to a hematologist for a thorough evaluation.

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