Characteristics Of Platelet Symptoms Go Down Accompanied By Heartburn?
Good night I am a girl 21 years want to ask how the signs “/ symptoms of platelets go down and how do the symptoms / symptoms relapse
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Platelets or blood pieces are components of blood that are in the blood and spleen, have a function for the process of blood clotting (coagulation). If there is a wound, platelets will gather to the wound site and then trigger the blood vessels to contract causing the formation of blood clotting threads called fibrin threads such as nets that will cover the wound area so as to stop the active bleeding that occurs in the wound. However, platelets break easily so that if too much rupture can cause blockages in blood vessels.
Normal platelet levels are 150,000-400,000 cells / microliters of blood. Levels below normal are called thrombostiopenia. When this happens the symptoms are
- Bleeding is difficult to stop
- Visible spontaneous bleeding under the skin (petechie)
- Looks spontaneous bleeding such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums
If you experience any of the following symptoms accompanied by fever, it should be checked by a doctor so that you can find out the cause of the decline in platelets.
Stomach ulcers or sores on the stomach is a digestive problem because there is a prolonged increase in acid in the lambug layer, causing injury to the stomach lining. The pain is usually sharp and triggered by foods that are too acidic or spicy, and will increase pain when the stomach is in an empty condition for a long time. The symptoms experienced are pain in the upper abdomen initially feels mild then can get worse, accompanied by
- Throw up
- Weight loss without cause
- It's hard to swallow
- Pain is triggered by irritating foods
If you experience the following symptoms accompanied by black-colored vomiting, unable to eat or drink, very weak, you should immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
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