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Michael V's Platelet Count Down to 10K, Dengue Worsens

Written By Nikki Mendz on Saturday, August 17, 2013 | 10:29 AM

Michael V treated for dengue at St Luke's hospital

Michael V's dengue has worsened and his platelet count is down to 10k. This is the latest update with regards to the good comedian's condition. He was admitted to St. Luke's hospital in Quezon City earlier this week, where he was diagnosed with dengue. 

Last Sunday (August 11), Michael V thought that he was only having a bad flu when he tweeted, “Hey guys. Hope you’re enjoying the show (‘Pepito Manaloto’). Kainis, I have a bad flu right now. Pero nood din habang may time.”. Apparently, it was much worse than that. 

On August 14, he tweeted, "Need your prayers." with an Instagram link that says, "Dear friends & well wishers, this DENGUE is persistent. My platelets are now down to 47k & it has made me very weak.”

Last night (August 16) at around 8 PM, Marc Escueta (Rivermaya drummer and husband of Jolina Magdangal) tweeted "Please pray for Michael V. Platelet count down to 10K. 10pm next blood test, let's pray na tumaas na."

Wikipedia says that the normal platelet count in a healthy individual is between 150,000 and 450,000 per μL (microlitre) of blood. 10k is definitely way below the normal range, so let us all join hands in praying for one of the best comedians of our time, Michael V. If you think you are qualified and physically fit to be a blood donor (B+), you may get in touch with St. Luke's Hospital at (632) 723-0101. (Photo above is courtesy of Ogie Alcacid's Instagram.)


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