Low platelet count normal white cell count?

Thrombocytopenia. Several possible causes for low platelet count. You need to have an examination and discuss it with your doctor. It could be related to infections, bone marrow problem, spleen enlargement, autoimmune disease.

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My daughters platelet count is low as well as her red cell count and her white cell count is 4.8. Her mpv is high at 11.8. Should I be concerned?

Need actual values. All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, a white cell count of 4.8 and mpv or 11.8 are not cause for concern. Read more...

Does APS, Cause Enlarge Spleen (17 CM) Low platelet count Less than 90000, Sever fatique and sever night sweats? PET and Bone marrow biops y normal

???APS. What do you mean by "APS"?? Sounds like you may have a disorder called "Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia" but need more information!! Try re-asking question including what you mean by APS. Read more...
Abnormal blood tests. The splenic enlargement, low plateletes combined with fatique and night sweats are significant, and even with a negative PET scan and bone marrow bx may indicate serious illness. A hematologist in a university medical center should be consulted, and perhaps an infectious disease specialist as well as soon as possible. Read more...

17 cm spleen, Low platelet count, Low MCV, Low RDW-SD, Low lymphocytes %, Elevated Neutrophil %. Normal WBC, RBC high LDH, High Uric Acid & CRP??

Still no definitve . Diagnosis, and we can't draw conclusions too from the limited info on that limited platform. Just keep the follow up and see what the doctors will tell you, although it points towards a hematological disorder, so ultimately a hematologist had to be on board, goodluck . Read more...

Pregnant 5 months and low platelet count. Ob doesn't know why?

Important. Further investigation is warranted to determine is you have immune thrombocytopenic purpura, gestational thrombocytopenia, preeclampsia, among other possibilities. All of those conditions can affect your pregnancy outcome and personal health, so please see your obstetrician and/or a maternal-fetal specialist for prompt diagnosis and appropriate management. Read more...