Isn't is surprising that a lot of the time difficult problems have such simple solutions. I have seen this time and time again. You will be struggling with a difficult problem for a lengthy time and be at your wits end and about to give up and BAM! A simple solution will present itself. Usually it comes from somewhere you least expect it. Sometimes from someone with little to no experience with the problem you are dealing with.
I will give you an example.
I used to raise Rheas, an ostrich like bird that makes a nice outdoor pet. I had been hatching 3 or 4 chicks every day for about two months and most would just die off at around 3 to 4 weeks old. I watched them run around in their play yard for hours trying to figure out what was going on. I had raised these before with no problems. My feed, water and heat were all perfect but the chicks were eating each others poop and would eventually die from the lack of nutrition. The feed I was providing was barely being eaten. I tried everything I could think of to break this cycle to no avail.
The UPS delivery man stop by and could see my distress and asked what was going on. I told him I couldn't get the chicks to eat their feed, they preferred to eat each others droppings. He said "Make their food look like sh*t, maybe they will eat it then." I couldn't believe it... there was my answer and it came from someone who had no previous experience raising Rheas! I immediately mixed their feed with some water and started plopping it all over their run and.... well the rest is history, I never lost another!
Life can be like that sometimes. Just when you are about to give up, a solution comes out of no where. Low Platelet Count can be like that. Since it is a blood disorder, a war between platelets and antibodies, specialist look only at the blood to solve the problem. Meantime the root of the problem goes unsuspected, even thought it can be fixed with a very simple solution. In fact sometimes solutions can be so simple that the sufferer or even doctors are unwilling to even consider it!
Now take a look at this quote... This was made by DR. Louis Cruz, author of "Conquer Low Platelets"
"It is has been proven scientifically that in many ITP sufferers the stomach may be the culprit to your low platelet count. Surprised! Well I was also. But it is being confirmed more and more that a little bug that lives in your stomach could be causing your low platelet count. Curious!
Well it was found that a bug called Helicobacter Pylori that resides in many ITP sufferers' stomach can be actually causing your platelets to be low. Especially if you are over the age of 60, this may be the one and only cause of your ITP.
Not only this, but studies have clearly shown that when this bug or bacteria is eradicated with antibiotics or some natural method from the stomach, the ITP will disappear in 100% of the cases. Now that is what I call a high rate of cure!"
See what I mean... sometimes just simple common sense and/or an all natural solution is just what the doctor ordered!
See you soon and wish you the best...
Good Health to You,