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Itchy rash and low platelet count

For a few months I have had an itchy rash. There are slightly raised patches, mostly on the upper arms (see photo) and a few on the lower arms and on the cheeks.
The skin is dry and flaky and it is very itchy. Neck and upper part chest are also very itchy but there are no patches. Itching causes reddish pinprick marks
to appear, which disappear in about a day. When cream is applied, itching is reduced for a few hours. The doctor prescribed cortisone cream but
so far I have only used ordinary dry skin creams.
Another problem I have is slightly low platelet count. In blood test taken in early 2011, the count was 140, in August 2011 it was normal at 172 and in April 2012 it was low again at 136.
Please tell me what other information I should provide about these conditions. I would be grateful for advice on homeopathic remedies.
Thank you.
[message edited by RadhaK on Fri, 11 May 2012 07:51:10 BST]

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  RadhaK on 2012-05-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please take Sulphur 30 in the morning and evening for 3 days and see how it affects.

If it doesn't help, more details are needed.
Please copy the Questionnaire from the following thread
and post all the questions here duly answered. On that basis your remedy may be worked out.
kadwa last decade

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