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What treatment can I take for thalassemia? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you ?
User:sir, i have thalesemia
User:how can i recover this
Doctor:may I know what are your symptoms now ?
User:sir, stomach pain
Doctor:Usually Thalessemia presents with anaemia and its associated problems like imbalance in the blood iron
Doctor:Regular investigations like Hemoglobin and serum iron has to be done and based on their levels treatment has to be installed
Doctor:Stomach pain you have could be due to gastritis secondary either thalasemia or acidity problems
Doctor:Do try a course of antacids like Prilosec for a week
User:actually i m minor thalesemic
User:k thnk u so much
Doctor:Minor usually presents with milder clinical features
Doctor:But regular check on blood parameters has be made
Doctor:Complete cure from the disease is impossible
Doctor:Treatment only involves correcting blood parameters
User:is there any solution 4 this
Doctor:As I mentioned already there is no complete cure for the illness
Doctor:Treating the secondary problems like anaeimia and iron imbalance is waht can be done
User:thnks 4 ur suggestion
Doctor:For the stomach pain you have take Tab Prilosec once in the morning before breakfast
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