Immune thrombocytopenia Purpura and Homeopathic Treatment - DR GHULAM YASEEN

Immune thrombocytopenia Purpura and Homeopathic Treatment

Immune thrombocytopenia Purpura and Homeopathic Treatment



This is a blood problem where blood doesn’t clot typically because of a strange low platelets count. This is additionally called immune thrombocytopenia. A low degree of platelets causes bleeding and bruising. Platelets are particles of blood that are formed in the bone marrow. Platelets help to stop bleeding at the site of injury by making a clot together.

On the off chance that the body doesn’t create enough platelets, blood doesn’t make clots at the site of injury. This condition causes small blue spots on the skin and bleeding in the body. Patients give pinpoint-sized red specks on the skin that are called petechiae. These petechiae seem like a rash. Other than this, purple or pale blue spots might show up. 


There are two types of ITP: 


Acute thrombocytopenic purpura

This typically influences little youngsters, ages 2 to 6 years of age. The indications might follow a viral ailment, like chickenpox. Acute ITP as a rule begins abruptly and the signs and symptoms normally vanish in under a half year, or sometimes within a few months. Treatment is not required more frequently. The problem starts when the bleeding is prolonged and platelets continue to down. Acute ITP is the most well-known type of disease.


Chronic thrombocytopenic purpura.

The beginning of the problem can occur at any stage in life, and the signs and symptoms can last at least a half year, quite a long while, or a lifetime. Grown-ups suffer more frequently than kids do, however it affects the younger ones too. Females have it more frequently than guys. Persistent ITP can repeat regularly and requires nonstop subsequent consultations from a hematologist. 


What is chronic ITP? 


ITP can become constant, which is when platelet counts are low for quite a while. Chronic ITP can cause severe complications whenever left untreated. Treatment is required for chronic ITP.  You might have to see another medical care provider who has some expertise in treating blood disorders, similar to a hematologist-oncologist. 

Remember that ITP isn’t malignant growth and it isn’t infectious. 

 What are platelets? 

Platelets are small cells in the blood that cluster together to farm coagulation and stop the bleeding when a vein is harmed due to any injury. For instance, when your body farms a scab, or clump, at the injured site, platelets are the main cells at that place to start the coagulation. Individuals with ITP have lower measures of platelets in their blood, which makes it harder to form a clot at the site of injury. 


What are the Sign and symptoms of ITP? 

At first, there are no signs and symptoms of ITP. However, when they happen it gives the following medical issue. 

  • Bleeding from gums and nose 
  • Blood in urine and stool 
  • Heavy menstrual flow in females
  • Swelling in joints 
  • Pinpoint bleeding under the skin( Petechiae development) 
  • Uncontrollable bleeding after any injury or medical procedure 


When to see a specialist? 


If you don’t have any signs and symptoms of bleeding and your platelet count is low than normal then, at that point, you don’t have to take stress a lot over treatment. On the off chance that if you bleed a lot after any small injury too, and you experience bleeding from the nose or gums, or pinpoint bleeding under the skin then, go visit a specialist right away. 


What are the reasons for ITP? 

It generally happens when the immune system starts to attack platelets assuming them as harmful foreign particles. In past, this condition was known as “IDIOPATHIC THROMBOCYTOPENIA” since its original cause was unknown. However, at present, we can think that it happens due to the mistaken attack of the immune system on platelets.

  • In kids, this condition is a trigger because of viral contaminations like mumps and influenza.
  • In grown-ups, this condition is set off because of diseases like HIV, H.pylori, and hepatitis.
  • Autoimmune infections like Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus and grave’s sickness, and so forth


How is idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura diagnosed? 
  • Total clinical history and blood tests are enough to diagnose the ITP. You might have these tests:
  • Complete blood count (CBC). An estimation of size, number, and formation of various platelets in a particular volume of blood (to find platelets count).
  • Additional blood and urine tests. These tests are done to measure the bleeding and clotting time, including an additional blood test called an antiplatelet immunizer test. 
  • A critical review of medications
  • Bone marrow Aspiration: In the past, a bone marrow aspiration was thought to be enough for the finding of ITP. It may not be important with a positive antiplatelet immune response test, yet it is still normally done to take a general view of platelets production ITP when the antiplatelet antibody test is negative.
 What are the Complications of ITP? 

The most common complications of immune thrombocytopenia may include bleeding inside the brain that can be life-threatening. In females, heavy menstruation can cause anemia and other complications of anemia

What is the objective of treatment? 

The objective of treatment in ITP is to lessen the danger of bleeding by raising platelet counts. The required number of platelets will be transfused from one individual to another. The patient and the doctor decide the right treatment approach for the patient. Many people suffering from ITP try to change their lifestyles to limit the risk of bleeding.  

 What is the right platelet count? 

Each individual is unique. You and your medical care provider will figure out what the right platelet target is for you. Hematologists typically consider therapy when somebody with ITP has: Platelet counts under 20,000 for each microliter (μL) with Signs and symptoms of bleeding.

Treatment at Saher Homeo Clinic


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