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Nawaz Sharif fighting for life Following Extreme drop in platelet count: Doctor

Nawaz Sharif is”fighting ” following a radical drop in his blood platelet count, a press report quoted his private physician as saying on Tuesday, days after Pakistan’s former prime minister was hurried from prison to a hospital.

Sharif’s doctor, Dr Adnan Khan, stated in a succession of tweets which”Former PM #NawazSharif, seriously unwell, is fighting the struggle because of his health & lifestyle.

The three-time prime minister on Saturday also endured angina attack while undergoing therapy. Angina is a kind of chest pain due to decreased blood flow into the heart.

Khan stated that the inadequate blood glucose and blood pressure had taken a toll on the former premier’s health, ” the report said.

The physician further said, “Pending Scans/Biopsies, the diagnostic problem still derives from multiple complicated pathologies & co-morbidities.” The chief executive of Sharif Medical City explained that the physicians were facing difficulty in creating a definitive diagnosis and subsequent management poses a substantial threat to Sharif’s health.

According to the new evaluation report on Sunday, the blood platelet count of Sharif has dropped from 45,000 to 25,000 per single day.

Hospital sources said the former premier had dropped near seven kilos because he was admitted into the hospital. They included that before being accepted, this burden was 107 kilos and right now it’d gone down to 100 kilos.

Sharif was in Kot Lakhpat jail. Still, early this month has been delivered into the custody of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) that is probing the Sharif family from the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.

On December 24, 2018, a liability court had sentenced Sharif to seven years in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills corruption situation and acquitted him at the Flagship case.

In a brief verdict declared, the court stated there was definite proof against the former greatest in the Al-Azizia situation and that he was not able to extend a cash route in the circumstance.