Thank you for your interesting question. In order to provide an accurate diagnosis, I would need more information. I would need to review your entire medical history and also perform a thorough physical exam. I would also need to review the full details of your blood work. Only after collecting this information would it be possible to provide a diagnosis. Therefore, I strongly encourage you to discuss these results with a primary care doctor
An elevated platel count, or thrombocytosis, has several potential causes. However, it is important to note that you have not provided the normal range for a platelet count for the lab that processed your test. The platelet count can become elevated as a general inflammatory response to illness
. There is also a hematologic disorder known as essential thrombocytosis which can cause an elevated platelet count.
Vitamin D helps control calcium absorption and may explain some of these blood findings. Your history of hypothyroidism is interesting, as a nearby gland, the parathyroid gland, helps regulate calcium levels. Our main source of vitamin D is sunlight, although we also collect it from our diet. I strongly encourage you to discuss these issues with a primary care doctor.