Child anemic. What does RBC count, hemoglobin denote? Increase it?
hello doctor i have a 3years 4 months old girl child. she was anemic and went for a blood test. her total RBC count is 5.11, haemoglobin level is 8.60, PCV is 28.90, MCV is 57.00, CH is 16.80, MCHC is 29.60, RDW is 19.50 and total WBC count is 8,300. what should i feed her to increase haemoglobin...
Active 80 years old. Suggest protein intake for stamina.
hello i am of 80 years and looking for taking whey protein. I wonder if there is any product available with whey protein along with Vitamin B please recommend which product I should take to keep stamina for daily active life. I am a professional consultant and work for 5 to 6 hours daily...
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Have low hemoglobin count, digestion issues, acidity. What is going on?
hi doctor, my aunt is a 55 year old lady who is suffering with abnormally low haemoglobin count (2.7%). She is also suffering with some digestion issues also like acidity since last many years. Her medication is also going on since many years but none of the medicine has yet resolved the issue of...
my hemoglobin is 11,1 am i anemic or not
iam 26 years old
Hi Frankoplanet ! Yes you are anemic, and you should get yourself investigated for knowing the cause of this. In the meantime, you can take some iron preparations regularly, and repeat your test again after one to two months to see if there is improvement or not. Any hidden source of chronic blood loss has to be excluded as well. If no improvement with iron prep, visit your physician. Good luck.
my sperm count is 80 millions and motility is 35%is it good
Dear Doctor, My 8 year old son is having dark circles under his eyes but from last its getting much darker, what could be the reason? Kindly suggest
Low Hemoglobin levels and undernourishment are common causes which can lea to such dark pigmentation under the eyes. Get his hemoglobin levels assessed.
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