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Dietary measures to increase hemoglobin - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi Doctor
User :   I have less of hemoglobin in my body
Doctor :   O
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   continue
User :   one doc prescribed me rarecap
Doctor :   Ok
User :   when she saw my eyes
User :   is there any thing that i can take naturally for my diet
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   What about the anemia profile
Doctor :   Is it done?
User :   i have the habbit of drinking tea every morning and evening after breakfast and snacks
User :   no
User :   is tea harmful?
Doctor :   Tea prevents the absorption of Vitamin C and IRon
Doctor :   Vit C is important for absorption of Iron inturn
Doctor :   So too much tea is the cause
User :   ok
Doctor :   if you have Iron deficiency anemia
User :   any food items recommended for hemoglobin
Doctor :   manifested by low hemoglobin
Doctor :   it is better to cut of tea
User :   ok
Doctor :   I wanted to know if you have Iron deficiency or some othe type of anemia
Doctor :   that is why I asked for anemia profile

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