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What to take to increase the hemoglobin level ? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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How can I hlep you
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how can i hlep you
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what can i do if the haemoglobin content reduced
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How much is the HB content now with yoiu
User :   Hb 7%

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If it is so less you have to take the injection of Iron
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and along with suplements of Iron and diet too
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Doyou have any tiredness or short of breath whtn you work for sometime
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then you got to see the general physician to find out the cause of the anemia
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which is a condition with low Hb
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You know the normal levels are 12 to 13 Hb for women
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do you get the idea what is anemia
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and the complications would be more critical
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if not treated promptly
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especially women
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Most of the women ahve this problem because of the mensturation
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