Low platelet count, otherwise called thrombocytopenia, can result in easy bruising, prolonged bleeding, tiny red or purple dots on the skin (petechiae), bleeding from the nose or gums, blood in urine or stools, spleen enlargement, and tiredness. This condition can be inherited, or it can be due to viral infections, leukemia, anemia, alcoholism, chemotherapy, pregnancy, and medications.
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Query: Hi doctor, I have been taking homeopathy medicine (Thyroidinum) for the past six months for my thyroid issue. I have been suffering from thyroid issues for the past three years since my pregnancy, and the condition is still the same. I always feel heavy, and I am worried about my weight and my blood... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I went through your query and understood your concern. From your query, I understand that you have had a thyroid issue for the last three years. And as per your laboratory report, your TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) level is 7.65 μIU/m (attachment removed to protec... Read Full »