i have had dengue fever detected and hospitalised in 2013 july in manipal hospital , bangalore... and was administered PLATETS since my count came down to 10K / 8 K, subsequently, it raised levels and got discharged.. i am a diabetic with psoriasis symptoms, by hereditary. my diabetics was diagonised since 2009, and psoriasis was since 25 years, which my father was suffering from ... until his age of 85.
it is since over one and half years since i have contacted confirmed DENGUE fever, and treated for it.. however, recently my general checkup with manipal hospital , i had only 167000 platet count, besides my sugar level HBIA was 6.1.. which the doctor examined to be in normal condition...
however, due to weather conditions in bangalore for the past 3 months or so, i find sometimes weak, feverish at times, but not always, despite care being taken not to eat oily foods, reduced eating out, only vegetarian with less of oil and spice... no drinks/smoking, non veg items. despite all these protective controls, my confidence level has not been very optimistic since last 2 years to 5 years , when i was detected with diabetics...
i am now 56 ( dob - 15.01.1959 ) and feel sometimes let down... due to these health conditions...
need your expert advice on how to manage all these drawbacks... viz.. diabetics, signs of dengue bacteria * which i am told will be in the lever once contacted * besides psoriasis..
thanks for your qualified comments and advice on treatment to be taken, diet controls, food controls, stress controls, besides active life management
regards/ best / subramanian
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