Low Platelet Symptoms – Foods That Combat Low Platelet Counts

Foods that combat low platelet symptoms

Low Platelets Symptoms or Immune thrombocytopenia is mainly characterized by a decrease in the platelet count. Low Platelet Symptoms or Signs are: Low platelets count Petechiae Bleeding gums Rare complications such as intracranial bleeding Heavy menstrual flow Prolonged bleeding in cuts Spleen can get enlarged Normal platelet levels are from 150,000 to 350,000.  A whole array […]

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What Does Low Platelets Mean? ITP Blood disorder: What is it?

What does low platelets mean? Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura also known as Autoimmune or Immune Thrombocytopenia or ITP is a condition where there is low platelet counts. These platelets decrease to a very low level causing bleeding under the skin, gums, and internally. I am going to try and make this as dumb simple as possible […]

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What Causes low Platelets during pregnancy? Can it affect the baby?

Causes Low Platelets During Pregnancy High levels of autoantibodies (antibodies that stick to platelets hence, causing their destruction) in the blood are what causes low platelets during pregnancy in the same way it affects other non-pregnant sufferers (which include males – nonpregnant ones LOL).  These autoantibodies cause organs such as the spleen, to get very […]

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Treat Low Platelets with Zinc Nutritional Support

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Nutritional Support to Help Treat Low Platelets Just wanted to share a simple study on the effects Zinc deficiency has on platelets. Title: Low zinc status in rats impairs calcium uptake and aggregation of platelets stimulated by fluoride “Platelets from rats of low zinc status exhibit impaired aggregation in response to ADP stimulation. The abnormality […]

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11 Signs and Diseases That Can Be Caused By Vitamin D Deficiency

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wrote: Taking vitamin D while still young may be good for the body in the long run. Results from a study conducted by the University of Zurich have confirmed that sufficient amounts of vitamin D taken consistently are necessary to maintain bone health.Many people believe… Editor: Studies have shown that if you are deficient in […]

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