I know why you are here. You are probably a sufferer of low platelets. Or you have a loved one suffering from this condition. Well I understand completely how you are feeling. I also have loved ones who HAD suffered from this condition. Bleeding gums, little red spots under the skin (petechiae), bruises coming out of nowhere are some of the signs of low platelets also known as Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura or Immune thrombocytopenia.
I know how it feels to see a loved one end up in the hospital every month because of low platelets. My brother was the first in the family to be diagnosed with low platelets (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura). Years later, my mother was also found to have the disease also.
I remember all the medications my brother had to take. I remember him getting so fat that he looked deformed. His face would get round like a moon. We were young then, we didn’t understand all the implications of the disease. But it was certainly not easy for my mother who was trying to raise her children as a single parent. I still can recall the suffering eyes of my mother, having to run continuously to the hospital in fear that my brother would bleed to death. I am sure there are many mothers out there that are going through the same ordeal. With tears in their eyes hoping to see their child get better.
My brother had to be continuously on steroids and following drastic procedures that really never got rid of the problem. God bless those doctors that were trying to help my brother but he still kept getting sick every month of his life. He couldn’t live a normal life. Missing school all the time. Never having time to be with friends because of always being sick. Always watching for signs that he was bleeding to death because of low platelets! All this was very scary indeed! I’ll continue to give you the complete details of our story in just a minute.
What if I told you that there are natural alternatives that can prevent your platelets from dropping under normal levels without having to take strong drugs or perform surgery! As you know, taking out the spleen (known as a splenectomy) is one of the treatments performed on those who do not respond to medication. You can totally prevent this if you only follow the instructions in my guide. You can stop the body from destroying those platelets.
I was about 7 years old when I was first heard about this strange disease called I.T.P. I remember being with my brother and mother in a school gym. I’ve always been the quiet one of the family but my brother was and is the crazy one of the family. Always telling jokes, always doing risky things while little poor me just watching my brother to see what else he was up to.
Well, this day we were at the school gym. There were other children older than us playing basketball. I don’t remember why but my brother (older than me) started climbing the basketball pole I guess trying to reach the top. And he did. The thing is he suddenly lost his grasp and fell flat on the ground. Shortly after, he was taken to the hospital and thoroughly checked. It was probably at this moment when small little blood specs in his skin also known as petechiae started to develop in his whole body.
This is when for the first time my brother was diagnosed… Read more…