Review: could Vitamin d deficiency cause Platelet count increased?
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Vitamin d deficiency
Vitamin d deficiency (latest reports from 32,226 patients) can be treated by Vitamin D, Multivitamin.
Platelet count increased
Platelet count increased (latest reports from 29,809 patients) has been reported by people with schizophrenia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis, hiv infection.
On Aug, 12, 2014: No report is found.
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I have had crohns disease since 1990 and was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis 3 years ago. I have osteoarthritis, fibromyalga, hypothyroid since 1980. I just recently started experiencing lightheadedness, dizziness, headaches,feeling faint and feeling as if i was going to be sick to my stomach all at the same time about 2 weeks ago. I am under a little stress, my cousin just passed away. I am also on 30 mg's of prednisone and have been since the end of April 2014
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I have been off the labetalol for about 3 months. Still on Valsartan Hctz. My hair used to be shiny and full. It is now dry brittle short thin and has broken off to less than a half inch in length on the crown of my head. I now have high ocular pressure that has increased rapidly since taking these meds.sometimes my sight blurs when reading and I sometimes cannot concentrate(get confused, cannot remember things).
From this study (3 months ago):
Doctor wants to do a colonoscopy, but am not sure if that should be the next step after blood work. I don't believe that the doctor is really investigating the blood work results thoroughly. With my insurance, it is more than difficult to get a 2nd opinion.
Also, I had a fecal occult blood test done recently and it was negative. The lab paperwork doesn't specify which type of fecal test it was, but I believe that there are more fecal blood tests that might yield more detailed results. For some reason(s), I do not feel that my body is absorbing nutrients the way that it should, but do not feel that I am bleeding internally.
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- Can you be hypothyroid if all your test come back fine.
I have a thyroid that is at least 1 1/2 to 2 times larger than normal, but my doctor says that my test say that my thyroid is fine. He did an ultra sound and found no nodules.The problem is that i am always tired and my joints and muscles hurt so bad that it is very hard to function.I choke often on ...
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