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Diet changes to increase the hemoglobin level - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   hello sir, i am b tech student and working now.they have told someting about medical tests regarding blood tests. what are the tests involved in it
Doctor :   The company tests for routine check up
Doctor :   like Complete blood count, urinanalysis, HIV , Hep B etc
User :   once i had viral fever. the doctor told me my haemoglobin content is less. will it affect my placement
Doctor :   No
Doctor :   You can take Iron supplements to improve your Hb
User :   can u suggest food items like?
Doctor :   You take greens, papaya, jaggery, pulses lot more
Doctor :   ok dont worry about you hb
User :   sir, is jogging in morning or evening suggested
Doctor :   you take DEXORANGE syrup
Doctor :   very much
Doctor :   jog in morning
Doctor :   its very essential exercise
Doctor :   Let me know what is your Hb level when it was tested
User :   sorry i forgot what should be the min? i wl go and check out
Doctor :   it is min of 12 gm/dl
Doctor :   checkit out and login back
Doctor :   ok
User :   ok doctor will tel u . thank u. bye
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