Re: low platelet question
A count of 110,000 isn't too terrible. Even with ITP, if my count was at 110,000, my hema wouldn't do anything but watch me. Most hematologists today don't treat unless the count goes under 30,000 or if the patient shows bleeding - ie gums, etc. In the past ITP was really overtreated, and the medicines can be more harmful than slightly lower counts.
Everyone has different platelet counts from day to day. It can range quite a bit just in one day, so I wouldn't be concerned. You've just got to know the trends. Certain medicines or herbs can suppress the platelet production. Look for thrombocytopenia as a side effect in your medicines.
You'll want to do a follow up test to make sure it's not going down. Signs of ITP are easy bruising, petechia(small red dots under the skin when you scratch or from socks or your waistband), bleeding excessively after knicking after shaving. When my counts are very low, my bruises are immediate and bright blue - and they don't go away for months.
So stay vigil, but don't worry. And even if you do have ITP, you can still have a baby - I did! And he doesn't have any platelet problems. It's a very manageable condition once you get the right drs and treatment plan.