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Causes Of Increased Prothrombin Time
Daughter has high monocytes, eos, eos absolute, platelets and prothrombin time. What can cause this?
See a hematologist : There are several differentials to be considered. Only a hematologist ( a blood specialist) can guide you on the most appropriate next step to find the cause. Looking at the blood under the microscope and reviewing other blood tests as well as physical exam can narrow down the list. Often times, a bone marrow biopsy may be needed. ...Read more
What can cause my daughter to have high monocytes, eos, eos absolute, platelets and prothrombin time?
Check with doc: Isolated increases in monocytes and eosinophils are often normal, especially if the overall WBC is normal and the patient is not sick. There are many causes for an elevated pro time - typically taking anticoagulants (warfarin, coumadin), some bleeding problems, vit k malabsorption or poor nutrition. If more than 2 seconds above normal have it checked out. ...Read more
My 10 year old daughter has slightly increased prothrombin time. Also has a possible petechia rash. Liver and platelets are normal. Any ideas why?
Repeat test.: A shortened clotting time that does not appear to reflect technical error has been associated with an increased risk of thrombosis, recurrent thrombosis, recurrent miscarriage, or bleeding, and may increase the risk of thrombosis associated with other common thrombotic risk factors (eg, factor v leiden, obesity, increased levels of d-dimer). ...Read more
Abnormal clotting : An abnormal prothrombin time means that there is something wrong with your blood's ability to form clots and prevent bleeding. There are many conditions that result in such an abnormality, and you need to have your doctor figure out what the problem is based on other test findings and your symptoms. Sometimes you'll need a hematologist to consult if there is a chance of a serious bleeding problem. ...Read more
Depends: Pt of 16 is higher than the normal in most laboratories. However, the value needs to be taken in the context of other issues. Was the baby pre-mature? Is there any abnormal bleeding? Was the baby given vitamin k and pt repeated? It would be prudent to consult your pediatrician. ...Read more
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