post-treatment? really don't know what you are talking about, I only know you have low platelets, however, platelets can go up and down depending on the time of day, I hope this answers your question.
Low platelets are caused by cirrhosis the difference between 59 and64 is not clinically significant. Even withcite oh hep c he still has liver cirrhosis. Although with time his platelet counts may begin to improve. Mine were about 85 before I was cured. Now at 4 years post they are about 125, still below normal but significantly improved.
What you want to look for is increases in liver enzymes ALT and AST if they jump back above normal this could be a sign of the virus returning.
Has he been tested for the virus the HCV RNA test? Has he been tested for liver enzymes?
Do you know how MELD score?
Does he have ascities or edema? Does he need to take diuretics? Has he had an upper endoscopy to check for esophageal varicies?
Since he has cirrhosis as I do he will still need constant follow up.
I get blood testing and abdominal ultrasound every 6 months and see my hepatologist annually.
Did you do any testing for yourself yet?
One thing is even if he is cured of hep C he still needs to be followed closely by his doctor because he has liver cirrhosis. I get blood tests every 6 months and an abdominal ultrasound because I am still at an increased risk of liver cancer because I have cirrhosis. I have an upper endoscopy every two years because I previously had esophageal varicies. I see my liver specialist every year. I also have to get my flu vaccine every year because we with cirrhosis are at an increased risk of complications from illnesses because we have a chronic serious medical condition. When I learned I have cirrhosis I was vaccinated against Hepatitis A and B as I cannot afford to contract another form of hepatitis. I also was vaccinated against pneumonia a vaccination normally given to those over 65 which I was given at 50 years old.
Even though we are cured of hep c we still have a chronic serious medical condition and need to still be under a doctors care.