Typical symptoms of a low blood platelet count include prolonged bleeding from cuts, bleeding from nose or gum, petechiae, unusually heavy menstrual flow and blood in stools or urine, according to Mayo Clinic. This condi... More »

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The dangers of a low blood platelet count, or thrombocytopenia, are internal bleeding, including brain bleeds, that can become dangerous, according to Mayo Clinic. Women with thrombocytopenia have periods that are heavie... More »

A platelet count of 20,000 or fewer per microliter is considered dangerously low, according to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Internal bleeding or other complications can result from very low platelet count... More »

The dangers of a low blood platelet count, or thrombocytopenia, are internal bleeding, including brain bleeds, that can become dangerous, according to Mayo Clinic. Women with thrombocytopenia have periods that are heavie... More »

A low white blood cell count and low blood platelet count can mean a patient has myelodysplastic syndrome, according to the MDS Foundation and Mayo Clinic. MDS is a group of disorders of the bone marrow. More »

Both chemotherapy and radiation therapy are known to cause a low blood platelet count, according to Mayo Clinic. However, low platelet counts caused by these treatment options are usually temporary, Cancer.Net states. More »

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Symptoms of low platelet count, or thrombocytopenia, include blood in urine or stools, excessive bruising, prolonged bleeding from cuts and petechiae, which is a rash of small, reddish-purple spots, according to Mayo Cli... More »