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Blood test done. Very low iron count. Spatone improved situation. Any alternative medicine?

My blood tests for just over a year have been showing a low iron count and was down very close to the transfusion requirement level. I started on a course of Spatone 100% natural iron supplement ,, one sachet per day. This improved the situation slowly, however my medical practice suggested a course of GALFER 305mg a day. This medication completely disagreed with and I had to come off after a month. I am now on two sachets a day of Spatone, my condition continues to improve slowly. Spatone is not covered by my medical card assistance and is costing 50 euro @ month. Is there another tablet form of medication available? I am currently also on medication for BP , diabetes , depression , and, a prostate problem,all of which are under control. I look forward to your comments, thank you, John A. Hyland. Achill Island. Co. Mayo. Ireland.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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definitely the correct homeopathic constitutional similimum can correct your case.usually along with constitutional remedy you can take the biochemic tabletes of NAT MUR 6X, and FERR PHOS 6X on alternate days until cure.but i can advise you please consult your local homeopathic doctor or mail me
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