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Platelet Count Protein Csf Elevated Thyroid Anti Bodies
My platelet count is 154, it was 320 4 months ago plus I have protein s def. I've been bruising a lot lately should I worry?
Not about this: Platelet count in a woman often varies by this much or more over the course of the month. If you're being treated for protein s deficiency with an anticoagulant, make your hematologist aware of the bruising tendency, and in any case keep a diary of how much your bruise. Best wishes. ...Read more
Could hypochlordydia cause deficienty in v-d, b12, l protein, l platelet count , osteopenia, hypoalbuminemia and feeling like death warmed over?
Partial cause: Hypochlorhydria causes problems digesting protein, which could lead to low protein/albumin & difficulty absorbing minerals leading to osteopenia (low vit d causes this too). Won't cause low platelets or d but may cause imbalances of flora & could reduce B12 absorption. These problems can make you feel poorly but look for other causes like low thyroid, parasites (common with hypochlorhydria) etc. ...Read more
I was just told I have a low platelet count and protein in my urine. What could this be? Should I see a pcp or specialist?
What are causes of low platelet count of 93 high WBC of 12.6 and protein and bilirubin in the urine. Urine is tea colored these are my 16yr old symp?
I might have ITP due to low platelet count of 62 and high c-reactive protein of 2.51 and Obamacare. What should I ask on my first hematologist consult?
The doctor will guid: Let your doctor follow the normal routine of History of your problem/illness and do a physical examination. He/she will do a CBC abd compare the platelets counts from tests done in the past to the present time. Once the diagnosis is established, it is then that you can ask questions that make sense to you. Most often it is about Prognosis and treatment or close follow up to keep track of yr plate ...Read more
Lab results - vit B12 and vit d def. With l protein tot, albumin level , platelet count at 146, with diag. Of hypoalbuminemia. What specialist do I see?
PMD: Go to see your primary care doctor. Your doctor can help you with those above problems- you need supplement of vit b12, vit d and nutrition support. And if need to then your doctor can refer you to see a specialist like hematologist, dietician or other specialist as indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to become pregnant with itp? Last platelet count was in normal range. What am i to expect regarding delivery? I have antibodies to platelet
Yes: I've had many patients who have this condition and go on to have successful normal pregnancies. A consultation with a perinatologist would help you understand what possible complications there may be. ...Read more
Thyroid mass 3.5cm, possible enlarge lymph nodes and platelet count is 408. Going for a ct scan to check for possible cancer does it sound like cancer?
Is this Early RA?
RA Latex Turbid .....<10
C-Reactive Protein Quant......2.4
CCP Antibodies 48
Sedimentation Rate 4
See rheumatologist: I presume that you have some joint symptoms and thus the tests were obtained. However the diagnosed of RA is based on clinical findings supported by lab study and there is another test more specific than RA factor. Consult a rheumatologist. ...Read more
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