Bleeding Gums, Accompanied By Abdominal Pain, Headache, And Easy Bruising?
At noon, today I checked drah ,, my leococyte results were 5200 and my platelets were 181,000. Is that normal … but I understand some other symptoms such as anemia, pendinghan on the gums, scythe stomach and scyx that doesn’t go all the way. it got bruised when I felt tired. was there any price with the results of my check? please inform me
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Need to be clarified, what symptoms of anemia are you experiencing? Has your hemoglobin level been proven to have dropped?
Referring briefly to the results of your blood tests, your leukocytes and platelet levels are actually within normal limits. In healthy adults, leukocyte levels in the blood normally range from 4500 to 10,000 cells / mm of blood. Meanwhile, blood platelet levels can normally range from 150,000 to 400,000 cells / microliters of blood. Anemia in the medical realm is interpreted as low hemoglobin levels in the blood. Therefore, if your blood hemoglobin level is normal (even though you didn't mention it in your thread), you are not exactly said to have anemia.
Bleeding gums, abdominal pain, headaches, and bruising that you feel, if accompanied by normal laboratory results as mentioned above, may refer to a variety of conditions, for example:
Viral or bacterial infections, such as dengue fever, malaria, typhus, leptospirosis, meningococci, hepatitis C, cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, sepsis
Blood clotting disorders, for example due to vitamin K deficiency, hemophilia, drug side effects (eg aspirin)
Others, for example digestive disorders, urinary disorders, nerve disorders, immune disorders, malignancies, and so on
Of course, the exact cause of your complaint cannot be determined solely based on online consultations like this. In general, if you have already seen a doctor, and are declared not experiencing a serious condition, you really do not need to worry. However, if you are still in doubt, or if the complaint has not improved even though it has been treated by a doctor, do not hesitate to go back to see a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. blood, lumbar spinal cord, etc. doctors can also do.
In the meantime, first resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Warm compresses on painful abdominal area
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription, just take paracetamol to help ease your pain
Don't brush your teeth too hard, choose a soft toothbrush
Avoid activities that are vulnerable to make you injured
Eat a variety of nutritious foods, especially those that are rich in vitamin K (for example red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, whole grains, fortified cereals), low in salt and flavoring
Do not smoke, stay away from alcohol
Hope this helps ...