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... blood tests in January 2007, my platelets dropped to 56,000. Doctor took the bone marrow test as I stated above in January and ruled out leukemia but continue to monitor me. ... (4 replies)
... I was so nervous because I understand if the platelets get too low you can spontaneously bleed. ... (4 replies)
... The difference as explained to me is the way in which the platlets and red blood cells are being destroyed in the body. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks Shelby123 . . . your reply was very helpful. Glad to hear that there is a low chance of stroke or brain hemmorage. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I hope I can help. I have had ITP (secondary to Lupus) for nine years. The chances of a spontaneous brain bleed or stroke are very, very low. People with ITP are usually able to tolerate low platelets due to the fact that platelets are large (new, baby ones are bigger) and the fact that we tend to have platelet microparticles (fragments). However, it is wise to begin... (4 replies)
... violet lacy fishnet pattern just under skin surface, caused by abnormal blood flow. More prominent on extremities, especially legs. Tends to worsen in cold. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with SLE in 1995. I had unexplained fatigue and low blood platelets. after all was said and done my bood work pegged me for the Lupus dx. i have a wonderful Rheum. I wasn't encouraged to have children. ... (6 replies)
... these must be evaluated to ensure they aren't being caused by low blood platelets, which is a very serious condition. "Cutaneous vasculitis" can look like red dots. ... (10 replies)
Giant Platelets
Mar 11, 2013
... They wrote "giant platelets" on my test results, also. They explained that when they looked at the platelets they were gigantic, in huge rings. ... (4 replies)
... y scary, yet that intensity only lasted a couple or a few days. These symptoms along with being tired and foggy minded was concerning. And felt possibly a little low feverish feeling here and there, and just not myself. Sleeping messed up, yet I'm sure partially due to desire to research and a level of concern. ... (1 replies)
... Her body responded well to the steroid and she went to the Hematologist every week to get her blood work done to determine her next dosage amount. During the end of her 2nd trimester and beginning of the 3rd, she was then diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes. ... (0 replies)
... really really low creatinine 0. ... (9 replies)
... very low normal, but nevertheless, normal. So, that tells us that the first set wasn't mishandled. ... (6 replies)
... you are going through the wrath of the lab numbers. I went to the hematologist, and I need to find a different one. He told me at the appt. that he would order blood work, ultrasound of the abdomen, and he would see me back in 6 weeks to discuss results. I had the blood work done that day of the appt. ... (3 replies)
... Further searches led me to some sites that discuss low WBC and low neutrophils can be an identifying trigger of active lupus. Based on how I felt and what OP described, it would make sense. ... (4 replies)
... My platelets are falling too and my white blood count is around 2.4. I'm used to the numbers. They suck but so does Lupus! It's all part of the "plan. ... (3 replies)
... rom 100,000 to 55,000. I feel fine. Sometimes some bruising, but no nosebleeds or bleeding gums. My rheumatologist referred me to a hematologist. He did some blood work, and ordered an ultrasound of my spleen. I do not have any results for either yet. ... (3 replies)
Anemia anyone
Jul 19, 2004
... of ALL patients with active lupus have it at some point. Dx tests are either hematocrit, hemoglobin, or red blood cell count. ... (6 replies)
... Veej, the low platelets have been found with every single blood test I've had in the last 3.5 years. ... (7 replies)
... I am fairly confused. I've been diagnosed with MCTD/SLE. I'll read in one place that MCTD is a horrible disease to have. In another place I'll read it is no big deal. I'll read that HIGH globulin is an indicator of SLE. Mine is very low. I'll read that SED is high, that CRP is high. My SED has been the same for the last two years...2....is 2 considered HIGH? My... (2 replies)




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