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that looks like a bruise or a bug bite
are you male or female?
how old are you?
that is not a blood clot
platelets of 510 are slightly high but not dangerous
inflammation in your body like after the vaccine, inflammation in your diet can cause elevate platelet counts
your test didn't show total WBC or white blood cell count or total leukocytes
these are not blood clots.
you should not be smoking
that is good you are not smoking
do you have bad anxiety symptoms
these bruises are common
a second pfizer covid vaccine would not cause internal bleeding.
you should eat more vegetables and lean protein and exercise to help your blood vessels
bruises do that. they turn yellow and different colors as part of their healing.
these are small bruises from small broken blood vessels.
you should make sure you are getting 15-20g of vegetable protein per meal and take b12 and vitamin D supplements.
these bruises are not from the vaccine.
you should exercise daily to help your blood vessels
I got the pfizer vaccine
you will be fine to get the next vaccine
you don't have to be worried
I would rather have a few broken blood vessels than contract covid virus
no, it is not erythema
you have had a few small bruises.
the second vaccine can cause some fatigue symptoms, body aches, headaches, hunger over feelings.
it is normal for you to have small broken blood vessels in your body.
they happen everyday
your body can heal and repair from them daily
traveling on a plane most likely will not increase your risk for broken blood vessels
the vaccine can increase inflammation and immune activity in your body. this can cause your platelets to go to 510k.
you can get another blood testing, CBC like you did
that is unknown
you can check 2-6 weeks after your second vaccine
I would not worry about the vaculation of the monocytes
do you drink alcohol?
the thrombocytosis is mild elevation from inflammation in your body
yes, inflammation in your body from gluten, flour, pasta, bread, sugar, cereal, getting older, lack of exercises, not eating enough vegetables inflammation in your body