What to do with low platelet count of a diabetic patient?is it safe to have hemoglabin shots?
if having low platelet count is frequent, what will happen next if not treated well especially if the patient is diabetic and 68 yr. old?
I dont know about in terms of having diabetes in addition to a low platelet count but I have knowen two individuals with dangeriously low Plat counts. The first thing they did was test foe illnesses when that didnt find a thing they started pulling off all medications that where not deemed necessary and changing those that where. Basically they did not treat or change anything but eliminated and where afriad to do anything in case the body had a worse reaction. One person was advised they could bump somthing and bruise then bleed to death they where so bad. Long story short the med tweaking etc seemed to work apparently the body reacted badly to external factors being introduced (medications).
by Varsha Tanwar 5 years ago
PCOD with heavy bleeding and low platelet countMy age is 25 years , I am unmarried, I am suffering from PCOD with frequent and heavy bleeding. I am taking baba ramdev medicine stri rasayan vati, Giloy Ghanvati, and kachchnar Guggal, ashokarishta and patrangasava. I was having normal periods, but...
by Linda Bryen 3 years ago
What are good food to eat when you are diabetic?Which food are best to eat when you got diabetes?
by sintu7 8 years ago
my father is hyponatrimic for last three months, he is diabetic, cardiac patient with tvd....multiple bloackage was detected in angiograpy two years ago. CABG cannot done due to age (76) and thin blood vessels. diabetes is from last 16 years. prsent PP suger level at 190mg/dl. serum...
by Catherine Kane 6 years ago
What are some satisfying, low carbohydrate, diabetic friendly snacks?Recently diagnosed as borderline diabetic. Need ideas that make adjusting my diet more workable.
by PDXBuys 6 years ago
Is it safe to buy diabetic supplies on eBay?
by wayne fordham 8 years ago
what is the low gi bread we can buy in australia that has a gi of 5what bread should a diabetic eat
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