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Q: Why Hemoglobin, Platelets, and White blood cells are all increased?

Q: Why Hemoglobin, Platelets, and White blood cells are all increased?

Question body: Hi, these are my mates blood test results, THEY have been slowly rising over the last few months. Any ideas what it could be?
Lymphocytes 4.3 high
Haemoglobin 159 high
White cells 14.9 high
Platelets 559 high
Mcv 105 high
Mch 36.9 high
Mchc 353 high
Neutrophils 8.3 high
Monocytes 1.1 high

Answer:
There are some possibilities; one of them is the Polycythemia, which characterized by increase in population of RBCs, some WBC, and PLT in CBC test results, Venesection is one treatment option.
Another possibility is the excessive RBC making (erythrocytosis) which makes your blood thicker than it should be, and it could increase your risk for blood clots. early investigation and diagnosis can eliminate the risks.

logo as blood splash from a cut in venous

Can blood loss cause high platelet count? does platelets increase or decrease with bleeding?

Bleeding, blood loss due to injuries, trauma, after surgery, or as a consequence of chronic conditions. The reasons why the bleeding and blood loss causing the platelets to go up in the CBC blood test because when the body losing blood, it calls the hemostasis system to compensate the loss especially if you bleed too much, therefore, the body system elevates the count of platelets to compensate as a natural surviving action and not due to effect of the disease itself.

What could be happen in platelets if you injured?
When someone got injuries due to any reason, there’re three possible routes:
First: the injured person may have got one or plenty of wounds and/or bruises with simple short-time bleeding, in this case the bruises lead to high-normal level of platelets count (e.g. 380), or may appear elevated to a mild degree (e.g. 460), while the normal platelets count is (150-450), example for this is the scratches and small skin penetrations by needle or a shaving-blade.

Second: an injured person got wide wounds with too many bruises and long-time bleeding, in this case the blood loss and accompanied inflammation can cause platelets increase out of normal range (e.g. 485).

Third: someone who injured or has holes inside his gut for instance which may bleed too much for a longer period of time (weeks or months), in this case the open wound can cause uncontrolled blood loss, blood loss cause large consuming of blood cells and platelets which lead to low platelets count in the CBC test (e.g. 96,000)

Causes of high platelets count due to blood loss, injuries and bleeding

Below are some examples of blood loss situations that elevate platelets count in the blood count test

Road accidents
High platelets in a person who is a victim of a sudden road accidents. The blood platelet test may show an increase in the number of platelets, and that is for two reasons, the first is that there have been deep wounds that led to a big bleeding of blood, the second is that the patient has been exposed to large internal and external bruises that cause strong inflammations, which led to activation of all factors of the body’s defense against inflammatory agents including activation of blood platelets.

Gunshot wounds
Also the penetration caused by fire–weapons can lead to death and of course if the person still alive, the platelets may show mild elevated to due both severe inflammations and uncontrolled bleeding.

High platelets in abdominal pain and chronic internal bleeding (e.g. peptic ulcers)
The commonest source of upper gastrointestinal bleeding is the peptic ulcer in which thrombocytosis can appear as a secondary effect to upper gastrointestinal bleeding, GIT bleeding can be identified by endoscopic findings.
If Untreated Gastrointestinal bleeding “medical term is hemorrhage”, the body compensates the platelets by increasing production of platelets into the bloodstream up to extreme levels “e.g. more than 800,000”, but if the bleeding prolonged it will be hard to normalize the count of platelets and may out of control or platelets may deplete as a result of increasing blood loss and exhausted bone marrow, you shouldn’t worry if GIT bleeding treated well then the platelets count must go down to the normal levels, essential thrombocythemia is suspected if the platelets still elevated in a treated GIT patient.
Abdominal hemorrhage can be detected if you got blood in stool examination test with or without abdominal pain.

Case study:

  • Vomiting blood “medical term is hematemesis”, in which the patient expel blood from the mouth
  • Blood show up in the stool examination, black, tar–like, sticky stools which come from damage to the GI tract lining, prolonged bleeding then breakage of swollen blood vessels
  • Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy revealed multiple duodenal ulcers with active bleeding and neoplasms.
  • positive for a Helicobacter pylori infection

Laboratory tests revealed:
high WBC+High PLT+Low Hb, the elevated WBC count was 21.5 × 109/L (normal range: 3.5–9.5 × 109/L),
neutrophilia 90% (normal range: 40–75%),
the RBC count was 2.5 × 1012/L (normal range: 4.3–5.8 × 1012/L),
Hemoglobin hgb 6.3 g/dL (normal range: 13.0–17.5 g/dL),
Hemtocrit Hct 18.4% (normal range: 40–50%),
Platelets PLT count 914 × 109/L (normal range: 140–400 × 109/L), and
plateletcrit PCT 0.822 (normal range: 0.108–0.272).

The patient platelets count back to normal after receiving the appropriate treatment, thus the doctor rule out MPNs and consider the high platelets count is subsided after upper GIT bleeding.
Examples of bleeding that cause blood loss but may not elevate platelets level in the blood test:

Bruises or hematoma,
typically is a collection of blood outside of blood vessels, platelets accumulate and may form mild or serious clots as natural response, for instance, bruises that may appear as pinkish patches under the skin after drawing a blood sample by unexperienced person, but the platelets count in the drawn sample may or may not get elevated.

Scrapes, abrasions, lacerations (cuts), or crushing injuries,
if they don’t penetrate the skin too far the skin can seal the wounds without elevating the platelets above the normal levels.

Puncture wounds from items like needles, nails, or knives
considered simple wounds that can’t cause high platelets in the blood test unless they cause severe non–local inflammation.

Bleeding from inflammation due to bacteria infection
Yes, some bacterial infections are able to cause a wound and a wide spot of inflammation, which attracts a very large number of blood platelets and this may explain why we see a high platelet count in a blood count test in bacterial infections.

Bleeding after surgeries can elevate platelets count
As previously explained in this post “platelets count after spleen removal“, after surgeries the lab scientists notice sudden increase in count of blood platelets but shortly can back to normal limits, although the person might bleed too much during the surgical operation.

Autoimmune blood loss can raise platelets count

By this, we mean, that there are some diseases in which red blood cells broken down a lot more than usual, in this publication “why platelets count increase in case of sickle cells anemia?” an example of immune hemolysis that leads to an increase in the number of blood platelets outside the normal limit which left the affected person prone to bleeding.

Bleeding from breast cancers and uterine cancers can affect platelets level

You can read more on that there: Which cancers can cause platelets high count?

How to read and understand you lab test results?
If you have one or more causes of bleeding and blood loss and have had a complete blood count test, you may find some of these results in your lab report:

  1. Some codes can be used for annotation of abnormal results, for instance the letter “A” you can know what does the letters next to a lab result mean?
  2. “AGG” near of platelets count value can be a sign or wrong result which must be repeated,
  3. Understand the meaning of “platelets high H”
  4. What does “Platelets L” means?
  5. If you were asking what is the meaning of “MPV”? it means “mean platelets volume and help doctors to know the average size of platelets in the blood circulation.
  6. PDW value can help doctors know if the platelets in your blood is circulating in a good aggregations or not?
in uterine, illustration of fibroid types vs cancers

What does High Platelets Count Mean if I’ve uterine cancer? Can Uterine Cancer and Fibroids Affect The Platelets Count?

Uterine fibroids or what’s medically termed “Uterine myoma or leiomyomas” are kind of abnormal growth of muscles in the uterine lining but it’s benign not a cancer and yet has no known reason. Pain in pelvic area, back pain, and heavy irregular menstruation (Menorrhagia) are of early red flags. Fibroids developed in the womb have many consequences such as low hemoglobin level (Anemia), elevated platelets count (Reactive Thrombocytosis), and large blood clots during menstruation, that’s because the fibroids produce proteins that make the blood vessels bleed within the uterine (i.e. local venous drainage) while the body can’t keep the blood regularly flow, thus the localized blood clots formed.

What we are explaining below?
Causes of increased platelets count during uterine fibroids
Does platelets high count indicate uterine cancer?
When should you worry?

Can fibroids of the womb cause thrombocytosis?

Yes, fibroids usually cause high platelets count (thrombocytosis) and anemia (low hemoglobin) but it’s not necessarily for all cases with fibroids to complain from anemia and thrombocytosis, the platelets elevated due to reactive disease which is the fibroids not due to a primary disease of platelets, hence the elevated platelets level is medically named (reactive thrombocytosis due to fibroids).

Why do Womb Fibroids cause high platelets count?

Fibroid formation within the uterine leads to too much blood loss along with consumption of iron which lead to low hemoglobin level and reduction in the count of red blood cells (Anemia), therefore the bone marrow produces lesser number of normal RBCs and excessively produces platelets in absence of Iron that is needed for RBCs making, so that the early stages fibroids can result in abnormally high platelets count in CBC test.
As well as the produced RBCs during this condition is defected thus, they can’t work well, however blood can’t produce enough anticoagulants to keep pace with flow which promote abnormal blood liquefaction and lead to formation of blood clots that act as resistance for blood flow and result in increasing the size of the womb (enlargement of the uterine cavity).

You should understand: Can Iron deficiency anemia lead to elevated platelets count?

Are fibroids of uterine elevating or decreasing platelets?

In fewer cases they develop thrombocytopenia (low platelets) after prolonged uterine fibroids, the reason is obvious which is the excessive long-term consumption of platelets and other blood cells during the fibroid bleeding. i.e. in the first stages, fibroid may elevate platelets (thrombocytosis) but in the late stage the platelets are deplete leading to low platelets count in the CBC test (Thrombocytopenia).

That was how do fibroid affect platelets count?

Platelets high appear in my blood test results while my uterine has fibroids, is that bad or good? should I be worried?
Like fever when the body becomes ill, the elevated platelets count is one of symptoms and signs that may follow the growth of fibroids, which considered as one of complications as well. so that you should worry about treatment of fibroids rather than be concerned about the level of platelets.

What is the level of elevated platelets after fibroids in uterine?

Untreated Fibroids in the uterine can complicate to the degree of developing extreme count of platelets (e.g. more than 999,000), therefore, according to many scientific studies, the highest level of elevated platelets indicate the severity of fibroids formation.

How long do platelets remain elevated after removing the fibroid?

After surgical operation that remove the fibroid from the womb cavity, the platelets elevated as one of postoperative complications (e.g. thrombocytosis post-splenectomy), the elevation peaks within a weak or two after the operation and may remain high up to 2 months, then must back to the normal limit or the doctor may suspect that there’s another underlying disease that keep the platelets high in the blood count.

in uterine, illustration of fibroid types vs cancers

What is the Effect of Uterine Cancer on Platelets Level?

Below are some of frequently asked questions and their typical answers about the meaning of elevated platelets count in case of uterine cancer.
Did you know, how does a cancer detected in blood tests?
You may know what’s the effect of cancers on platelets count?

Can uterine cancer cause high platelet count?
Yes, cancer of the womb can elevate the platelets count above the normal limit in the blood count test (Thrombocytosis) because the tumor mass will lead to localized inflammation, and you may know that the inflammation starts with increasing platelets level then increasing white blood cells. Endometrial cancer is another medical name for uterine cancer.

What is elevated level of platelets during cancers in uterine, ovaries, and cervical cancers?
Some studies report that even the platelets result near the maximum end of normal (400,000) can indicate early onset of cancer. while platelets level up to 650,000 may be a marker of metastasis (i.e. spreading the cancerous cells outside the starter site).

How to tell if your elevated platelets count is due to uterine cancer?
If you have some or all of below symptoms, then you must get diagnosis if your uterine develop cancerous growth:

  1. Pelvic pressure or pain in the abdominal area.
  2. Frequent urination and difficulty emptying the bladder.
  3. Constipation.
  4. Backache or pain in legs.
  5. Menstrual periods lasting more than a week with Heavy menstrual bleeding.
    That was the best answer for what are the symptoms of a tumor in your uterus?

How does uterine cancer cause thrombocytosis?
Platelets elevated during the growth of uterine cancer due to:

  • Estrogen and/or Progesterone receptors on the surfaces of most endometrial cancer cells is a reputable marker that predict womb cancers.
  • Obesity is a risk factor of womb cancer but do not necessarily cause cancers.
  • Hormone imbalance can lead to uterine cancers if remain long-time without proper treatment, however, blood tests for female’s hormones may appear normal in the lab results even though the woman have hormonal imbalance.
  • untreated chronic infections.

When should I worry about increasing platelets if I’ve uterine fibroids or uterine cancer?

Some of health risks may include:

  • If the platelets level exceeds the critical limits (999,000) which need urgent surgical intervention.
  • If the womb become larger and the bleeding become heavier.
  • If the platelets count still elevated more than 2 months after the date of operation and no response to healing process.
  • A pap smear can’t detect uterine cancer.
  • The best test to diagnose endometrial cancer is CBC test which can detect anemia (low hemoglobin) and thrombocytosis (high platelets) which both with other symptoms can help diagnosis of uterine cancer.
  • Sed rate test may be elevated to indicate the condition is going chronic.

How to read lab results?
Understand the meaning of lab flags and signs
Understand the letter “H” next to your platelets results

We guarantee full professional interpretation for your lab results, just don’t hesitate to message us.

doctors frustrated of the repeated question about if the elevated platelets is a cancer or not

Does High Platelets Count Mean Cancer? Understand Effect of Common Cancers on Platelets Count

Elevated platelets count is common in lab results of patients with advanced stage cancers and if their lab results show the flag “platelets high”, it’s probably a marker of progression of the cancer especially if the platelets level increasing too much with the time, but take care, some cancers suppress platelets and some other cancers increase them, also, some diseases elevate platelets count without cancer, please read carefully to understand which cancer can affect platelets count and which cancers can’t affect platelets?

What we are explaining here?
What Cancers can increase platelets count?
Causes with real case studies
Example 1: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Example 2: Essential Thrombocytosis
Example 3: Polycythemia Vera (PV)
Example 4: Lung cancers
Example 5: Colon cancer and rectum cancer
Does Platelets count increase or decrease during cancers?
Signs and Symptoms
What’s the level of platelets in CBC test of a patient with cancer?
Definitions of cancer

Please note that there’re two main categories of thrombocytosis (elevated blood platelets): reactive thrombocytosis, which occurs as a side effect of reactive disease such as infections, anemia, and some cancers), and essential thrombocytosis or thrombocythemia (ET) which is a rare blood platelets cancer, the common reason is genetic mutations (belongs to a disease category called myeloproliferative neoplasms or myeloproliferative disorders), if ET prolonged, it can develop a cancer called acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

doctors frustrated of the repeated question about if the elevated platelets is a cancer or not

Additional Resources:
How Can Bacterial Infections Cause Elevated Platelets Count?
Can Viral Infections Cause Platelets High Count?

What type of cancer causes high platelet count?
If you were asking which cancers cause raised platelets?

The typical answer is that a cancer developed in the organ’s tissues can raise the count of blood platelets (thrombocytosis), e.g. lung, endometrial, gastric, esophageal, or colorectal cancers in which the platelets blood test shows elevated level of platelets or the result is just near the upper normal limit, i.e. the platelet count may appear just above the normal limit while the body contain a type of tissue cancers.
On the other hand, the blood cancers, e.g. the leukemia that doesn’t cause elevation in blood platelets but they cause a decline in the platelets count (Thrombocytopenia) in the blood test, that’s because these types of cancers exaggerate the production of white blood cells at the expense of other types of blood cells.

You should know that: Even cancer that occurs in organ’s mass may cause a slight increase in the number of platelets, but with the increased demand for platelet production as cancer progresses in the stages of development, the bone marrow may have any disruption or depletion of resources, which ultimately leads to a severe decrease in the number of Platelets, Red blood cells, and white blood cells as well.

How do cancers cause high platelets count?

There are two major paths of cancers in men and women, one is the cancer in the blood-cell-forming-tissue inside the bones marrow (e.g. spongy tissue), the second occur in the other tissues (e.g. connective tissue, epithelial tissue, and muscle tissue), each type has its own effect on other blood components, examples of tissue cancers are the womb, ovarian, breast, testis, and lung cancers; examples of blood cell cancers are leukemias and lymphoma.

The way that cancers of tissues affect blood platelets begins after the cancer’s first stages when trying to activate the near platelets to make shield around the cancerous area, the suggested reason is to isolate cancerous mass from body defense mechanisms, consequently, the activated platelets recall other blood cells which results in in unwanted inflammation (the cancer-associated inflammation) around the tumor site which has two main functions: firstly act as camouflage, disguise, or shield to protect tumor cells, accordingly the bone marrow become busy to make unneeded platelets and white cells because the cancer cells cheating or manipulating the biological systems of human body, secondly: the platelets release some biological molecules upon their activation which falsely benefit the tumor cells in their metastasis (distribution), accordingly the platelets falsely promote carcinogenesis (processes of copying more cancer cells).
That’s why the full blood count during some cancers shows elevated white blood cells (leukocytosis), elevated platelets (thrombocytosis), Low red blood cells and low hemoglobin (Anemia).

PCT and PDW represent the estimation of platelets volume and variation in size respectively, in cancers of specific tissues (e.g. lung, rectal, breast) the platelets produced in a hurry which means their sizes will be bigger with the time of cancer progression which impacts on PCT, PCV, and PDW% indices and lead to elevation of their values in CBC test result.

illustrated, how do cancers affect count of platelets in CBC test

In case of blood tumors “e.g. leukemia, lymphoma”, the spongy tissue inside marrow of bones produces and releases large numbers of abnormal cells or proliferate the normal cells in huge quantities, thus the bone marrow be unable to create other healthy cells, consequently, platelets and red cells decrease as a result of crowding the bone marrow with the production of carcinogenic white blood cells. Thus the full blood count shows low platelets (Thrombocytopenia) instead of (elevation of platelets) that shown in other tissue tumors.

For example: blood cancer of the type “Chronic lymphocytic leukemia” result by copying too much “normal lymphocytes”, one type of white blood cells, therefore the production of other cells “e.g. platelets and red cells” is blocked, thus the CBC test results show:

  • Elevated white blood cells to greater than 50.000 which indicate leukocytosis leukemia
  • Elevated lymphocyte count over 40.000, almost all of them are of the normal type not the carcinogenic.
  • Low Platelets count to 10,000 in some patients which indicate severe thrombocytopenia.
  • The High PCV, elevated PDW, the blood smear examination may reveal blast cells which is elder cells that made (and must stay) inside the bone marrow, which all of that indicate malignancy advancement.
  • RBCs count less than 2,000,000 and hemoglobin less than 6.0 which indicate severe anemia.

Therefore, in CLL leukemia, a type of blood cancers, the platelets blocked from being produced due to crowd of massive production of huge amount of lymphocytes, therefore the platelets count in leukemia blood cancers decrease not increase.

comparison, normal cells count shows normal wbc, plr, rbc vs leukemic count shows too much wbc that suppress platelets count
Comparison, normal cells count shows normal wbc, plr, rbc vs leukemic count shows too much wbc which suppress platelets count

For example 2: Essential Thrombocytosis is considered a platelets cancer of the type myeloproliferative neoplasms, other hematology books consider ET as relative benign blood tumor, in essential Thrombocytosis the platelets level exceeds 1,000,000 without reactive disease, thus why it’s called essential or primary thrombocytosis.

Example 3: Polycythemia Vera (PV) is considered a rare Red Blood Cells cancer because it causes the bone marrow to produce too many RBCs and affect platelets as a side effect, therefore, in PV the platelets count is elevated to 600,000 or even to 999,000 in some cases.

For example 3: lung cancer, starts when invades the lung cells then spreads (metastasis) to the whole respiratory system and nearby lymph nodes and even to the other parts of the body. But in lung cancer, are the blood test results show high or low platelets? initially, the lung cancer recalls too many platelets to make shield to the tumor cells which will increase platelets count (Secondary Thrombocytosis) to 450,000 or may slightly higher, but if the the cancer metastasizes (spreads) to the bone marrow, the platelets production will be negatively affected and therefore, the CBC test results show low platelets count (Thrombocytopenia).

For example 4: colorectal cancer that starts in the colon or in the rectum also leads to false inflammation effect which causes outside the range platelets count but within a limited level because another event may happen, the bleeding or hemorrhage usually occur during colorectal cancers and lead to blood loss including platelets loss which results in decrease in the platelets as well, therefore, the platelets count in the colorectal cancer may ranges from high-normal (400,000-450,000) up to slightly high level (500,000-550,000) for adult patients. Also MPV during colon and rectal cancer can be normal, and PDW% may be slightly elevated.

For example 5: Uterine cancer and fibroids can affect platelets as well, but this is upcoming post, please follow…

Do platelets count go up or down with cancer?
It does mean that not all types of cancers can elevate platelets count in the blood, if the tumor is in a specific organ’s tissue then it abuses platelets and other cells to serve it which elevate white blood cell count and platelets as well and show high platelets count in the CBC test results, but if the white blood cells is cancerous, the resultant cancer (leukemia) will lower the blood platelets count in the blood counting test. Red blood cells and Hemoglobin usually decreased in all cancers (indicate severe anemia).

What happens if platelets are high in cancer patients?
Cancers that occur in the tissues of organs usually cause elevated blood platelets count because the tumor tissue draw the platelet particles and blood cells into the formed cancerous mass which lead to producing too much platelets and other cells, thus WBC and PLTs are elevated while the RBCs is reduced.

If you were asking about what are the signs of high platelets during cancer?
This is when to tell if the platelets high count is due to cancer; Elevated platelets level (Thrombocytosis) during cancer is not the primary event but the cancer itself is, thus the body may or may not show symptoms of thrombocytosis which may include:
Skin signs: Superficial Thrombophlebitis, an inflammation of the skin along a vein including apparent redness, darkening, hardening, warmth, tenderness and worsen pain when added pressure. Skin bruising which can be seen by naked eyes.

The signs and symptoms of an elevated platelet count that are linked to blood clots and bleeding may include:

  1. Weakness and Dizziness
  2. Bleeding, Melena: Bleeding in the stomach or intestinal tract that appear on the fecal occult blood test. Bleeding from nose, mouth or gums which can be indicated in CBC test and PT test.
  3. Headache
  4. Chest Pain
  5. Tingling in the hands and feet.

How do platelets increase in cancer patients?

Early stages of tumors in organs can followed by mild elevated platelets count, but as the cancer progress it may additionally elevate platelets count, therefore the very high platelets count is indicator of metastasis (spreading the tumor cells to the other parts), but at the end stages it may cause platelets test results to drop especially if the patient received chemotherapy, the treatment of cancer with strong chemicals that kill tumor cells and stop them from producing.

Thus, the chemotherapy kills platelets as well as the cancers cells and lead to low platelets count in the blood test (Thrombocytopenia), therefore, the doctors may stop the treatment doses to let the bone marrow produce enough platelets before they give the patients another dose (letting the PLT be high in CBC test firstly), or may continue the treatment but give them urgent a platelet transfusion to raise the count of platelets.
Based on that, chemotherapy (the cancer treatment) doesn’t elevate the platelets count but is commonly cause very low platelets levels in CBC test along with the apparent symptoms of thrombocytopenia.

What is the platelet count of cancer patients?
Usually, Cancers of organs (e.g. colorectal, lung, ovarian, or uterine) in many cases show their platelets count at the borderline or near the highest normal limit (300,000-400,000), but that in the mild to moderate stages, consequently, these cancers can cause mild elevated platelets count (400,000-450,000), or highly elevated count of platelets if the cancer advanced to the metastasis phase.
Blood cancers usually lower the platelets count below (15,000 – 50,000) which is the minimum platelet count for chemotherapy too.

Some information about cancers you may want to know

Doctors classify cancer using the site where the cancer began or the type of tissue in which the cancer arose
The major types of cancer are carcinoma, sarcoma, melanoma, lymphoma, and leukemia.

  1. Carcinoma, solid tumors that start in the skin or covering tissues of the internal organs, e.g. prostate cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, and colorectal cancer.
  2. Sarcoma, a cancer that begins in bones and soft tissues such as muscles and fats, e.g. Osteosarcoma. LDH and ALP blood tests can help rule out such cancers.
  3. Melanoma, a type of cancers that begins at the areas of the body with pigmented tissues (have the melanocytes that give the skin its brown color) such as Skin and Eyes.
  4. Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system (lymph glands, spleen, thymus gland and bone marrow. CBC test can detect abnormally elevated lymphocytes count.
  5. Leukemia is a medical term for cancers of blood-producing tissues (e.g. bone marrow and lymphatic system)
  6. Blastoma: caused by malignancies in precursor cells or thought is a tumor may be arising in embryonic tissue.
    Worldwide deadly cancers that killed the most people in past years are lung cancer, colorectal cancer, and liver

Thus, we can conclude that not all cancers can cause elevated platelets level, and the increasing level of platelets isn’t the only indicator of cancer because their are other non-cancerous reasons that elevate platelets count such as infections and Iron deficiency anemia.

It’s possible that your case isn’t discussed here, so that we urge you to messaging us for your results interpretation.