What is Thrombocypenia?

Your blood is more than just red liquid. It contains living tissue, composed of a variety of cells. Erythrocytes (red blood cells) ferry oxygen; leukocytes (white blood cells) attack invasive material. Platelets staunch bleeding by sticking to each other. A nick, a cut, a bruise, and they arrive to form a clot, patching where the blood leaves the vein. Imagine if the water in your faucet solved leaks on its own. That’s almost like what platelets do.

What is Thrombocytopenic Purpura?

Basically, platelets rely on stickiness and numbers to do their job. If their numbers decrease, it becomes harder for your blood to clot. When this happens…

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