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Pain in bones and joints due to excess iron over load - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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User :   please can you tell me why my paulse is 106 /109
User :   I have hemochromotostis from both parents. I am giving two pints every two weeks
User :   of blood
User :   hello?!
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   i am here
User :   um I need help

User :   ok thanks
Doctor :   i will help u in this
Doctor :   can i ask few Q
User :   my grandma is having problems she is in pain
User :   really bad
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
User :   sorry
User :   ^ ^
Doctor :   how can i help u

User :   she is having muscle and bones hurt her badly and feel hot and cold
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   wats her age
User :   53
Doctor :   does she have any medical illness
Doctor :   please proceed
User :   hemochromotis
Doctor :   ok
User :   her pulse is between 106 and 110
Doctor :   is she on any medications
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
User :   she gives 2 pintes every two weeks
Doctor :   ok
User :   of blood
Doctor :   ok
User :   ok
User :   so what do you think her pain is coming from?
Doctor :   hemochromatosis
User :   yes
Doctor :   is a genetic condition
User :   yes
Doctor :   where the iron over load is excess
User :   yes
Doctor :   the iron gets deposited in joints and other bones
Doctor :   and cause pain and arthopathy
Doctor :   is her liver black or enlarged

User :   so where is her pain coming from what should I do
User :   this is pointless..
User :   thanks anyways
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