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Low RBC count - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Blood Disorders
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Practicing since : 2009
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User :   Dear User, You have started the test chat with our doctor. The duration of the test chat is 5 minutes. After the trial period, you will be redirected to the Payment page.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hello sir
Doctor :   Hello.
User :   my brother is having 1 problem
Doctor :   Ok
User :   sir i dont know the actual disaese name
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Can you describe it to me?
User :   but he is not having the red blood carposels
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Anemia?
User :   means every month we will giv him 2to 3 bottels of blood
Doctor :   Ok
User :   sir i want to spk to u on phone
Doctor :   Since when is he suffering from this condition?
User :   from his birth,now he is of 18 yrs
User :   but he looks like as if he is 12 yrs boy
Doctor :   Please buy a 24 hr package and then we will provide access to the doctor on the phone as this has also become a premium service now.
User :   his hands are very thin
User :   i didnt u.stand sir
Doctor :   You wanted to talk to a doctor on the phone. Even that is now a premium service.
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