What Is the Normal Platelet Count for a Typical Adult Male?
The normal platelet count for adult males is 150 to 450 billion per liter of blood, notes Mayo Clinic. Platelet counts outside of this range may be indicative of a medical condition or be the result of medication.
An abnormally low platelet count is a condition known as thrombocytopenia, according to Mayo Clinic. A high platelet count is known as thrombocytosis. If an individual is otherwise healthy, a platelet count outside of the normal range may not warrant concern. Additional tests by a hematologist may be necessary to diagnose the cause of abnormal platelet levels. The normal value for platelets does not vary between men and women.