I have a low platelet count. While I don't have too many platelets they a in large clusters. My count has been as low as 8 with a normal of 58. I have been to doctors but I seem to stump them when I tell them that it is running in the family. I have 5 generations of this disease and can't find a name. This is also running in my cousins family. My grandfather had died from Hopkins. Could this be from that? Thank you MargaretReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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