I am 65 years of age. After a long history of persistent psoriasis, the specialist recommended a hypersensitivity (blood) test. As per the test outcomes, the specialist says that there are more platelets in the body and that you need to take sufficient treatment and drug consistently for them to continuously diminish. What is the normal number of platelets in an individual’s body? It would be useful on the off chance that you could offer a point by point response on account of cholesterol also.
I read your letter and understood that you have psoriasis and are accepting treatment for it. The test you are alluding to in your letter is a proportion of the sort of immunoglobulin in your blood. Searching for a kind of immunoglobulin called 1gE. It’s somewhat higher than ordinary in your blood. This can end up peopling with an assortment of sensitivities. Your psoriasis can be a reason. The consequence of the trial of platelets is excluded from the letter. Along these lines, it is unimaginable to expect to tell whether your platelet check is high, ordinary or low. In ordinary individuals, there are three sorts of platelets.