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Does protein increase haemoglobin

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What is the remedy for PCOD and to increase haemoglobin?

has increased. what is the remedy for PCOD and to bring back haemoglobin? Thanks for your help ... with PCOD . My Haemoglobin is also 7.5, which is much less that the required 11. Could this be the reason ...
 

What causes increased haemoglobin levels?

Hi, I just had a blood test at my doctors office. They called and just said my hemoglobin levels are very high. I forgot to tell them that I just finished taking an antibiotic for the last two weeks. Would that effect my hemoglobin levels?
 

What causes low haemoglobin count?

not normal.can u tel What to eat for increase my hemoglobin level? Then what to do for decrease that glucose ...
 

What does my LFT and haemoglobin test indicate?

Today I took a liver function test and haemoglobin test .I am having abdomen pain and dysentery .../DL ( Upto 0.25) Indirect : 0.3 mg/DL (0.1 to 1.0) Serum protein Total protein: 6.8 g/dl(6.6 to 8.3) Albumin ...
 

Pregnant. How to increase haemoglobin level?

Hi, My Hemoglobin level is 7 and i am 8 months pregnant now... how to increase my hemoglobin ? ...
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How to increase haemoglobin level?

I am addicted of eating raw rice and my haemoglobin level has reached to 5.6 plz help me to leave this habit and suggest me to recover my haemoglobin level ...
 

I want to increase haemoglobin

I want to increase haemoglobin without increasing fat plz suggest me foods ...
 

Suggest treatment to increase haemoglobin level

to increase my hemoglobin level within 2 weeks. thanks, ...
 

Can fluids increase the level of haemoglobin?

hemoglobin level. It came back as 11.7 can the fluids increase the level ...
 

What are the treatment and precaution to increase haemoglobin level?

i have recently gone under complete blood count. my hb is 9.5, pcv 29.5, mcv 67.1 mch 21.6 and rbc count 4.39. rest all readings are normal stool test revealed that no occute blood is there. why i am losing hb. my diet is normal and so other...
 

How to increase Haemoglobin level of diabetics?

i am sugar patient , i have low hb level . what should i do to increase my hb level ?i am 48 years ... haemoglobin level has reduced to 5 percent,. couldn t do my normal work, ...
 

What is the diet to increase the haemoglobin level?

My mother age is 51 and she is a diabetic also has a high cholestrol and her haemoglobin level is 8 also has a thyroid problem My question is: 1 what diet should she take to increase haemoglobin 2. she ...
 

Can low haemoglobin cause numbness in fingers?

HI there. I am a 43 year old female of good health. I have a very low hemoglobin that my dr. and I are trying to increase. It was 5 at my last test. The last couple weeks I have been getting a numbness in my ...
 

What causes low haemoglobin in infants?

9 months old, level of hemoglobin 8.6. Her pediatrician suggested oral iron drops. Is that necessary or can we increase her level of hemoglobin with iron rich foods? She has been rejecting drops ...
 

How can I increase my haemoglobin levels ?

Hi.. I have found that my hemoglobin level was reduced to a minimal of 8 mg/Dl, and now it is around 9. I will become so tired and feels lack of proper breath in less time while running or while doing some exercises. It was there from my...
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should i take iron pills to increase ferritin?i m hypothyroid.ferritin-45,haemoglobin-14.age-18,male
Dear Iron tab will never increase as it is a protein and iron binds this protein to get stored in body. It is secrted by liver . So taking iron tabs will nvr help. Thanks
 
a haemoglobin level of 5.7
This is severe anemia.Detail clinical history and investigation will be needed to find out the cause.If patient is having increased heart beat,lethargy,dizziness,sweating then blood transfusion should be done.
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