Lowering or raising the level of platelets in the blood is equally bad for the human body. If you have excessive bleeding, i.e. bleeding from the nasal cavities, gums, rectum, heavy menstrual bleeding, permanent bruises and hematomas, this may be an indication that the number of platelets in the blood is reduced. Be sure to hand over analyzes. If the result is less than 140,000, you need to undergo a course of treatment. If the disease is detected in a timely manner, you can be successfully treated platelets in the home. Be sure to consult with your doctor about which medications you may or may not apply in addition to those that you have appointed.
Drugs such as aspirin and some other are not recommended, as they adversely affect the condition and the number of platelets in the blood. To increase the number of platelets physician may prescribe corticosteroids and immunoglobulin. The first thing that you need to pay attention is your diet. Meals should be healthy and nutritious. You should abandon pickled foods, spicy foods and alcohol. Make sure to include used products are those that are rich in vitamins A and C.
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Red Blood Cells:
Red blood cells are the most abundant blood cells in the human body. They are responsible for the circulation of oxygen and carbon dioxide and nutrients to the body. Normal red blood cells per cubic millimeter of blood vary from 3.5 million children to 5.5 million adults. Reduced or increased levels may indicate violations in the work of your body. Detection of red blood cells in the urine indicates inflammation of the urinary system. Only properly determined cause and treatment can help avoid complications. Eat almonds and peanuts, make tea from the leaves, cranberries - it will help improve the performance of blood clotting.
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