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High platelet count and blood in stool
I could see blood(bright red) in my stool from past 3 days with occasional abdominal pain. I've pcod too. I got my blood test done last week and I've marginally high platelet count. Do I need to consult a doctor?
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Consult only if pain is severe or blood in stools is regularly happening. Reports normal.
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Hello mam ,got your concern ,it can be treatable with further evaluation, proper healthcare and treatment ..do consult me online through this app or you can consult me directly via Watsapp for fast and better reach .. DrHemanth Patakamuri, watsapp:96 18 20 24 24
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Normal count Don’t worry
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