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start treatment with low platelet 70s

hi i going to start treatment  to night and i would like to no what .i could do to not go to low on my platelet my doc said that if  i get to 40 she would stop it.  someone said that DRINKING JELL-O   is good for the blood sugur free and some say not to take milk thisle what can i do to stay on my treatment .and keep my platelet going to low .is thier something out thier
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I don't know that there is anything you can eat or drink.  I have read about some old wives treatments and I don't know if they work.  I suggest you move around alot as in exercise. good luck


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