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What medications are effective at treating low haemoglobin, Vit D and B12 levels?

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Dr. Remy Koshy

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Posted on Fri, 12 Oct 2018 in Internal Doctor Category
Question: Attaching my recent reports from healthcheckup. There are certain parameters low. Can you please advise what all medicines / alternates to help Hemaoglobin, Vit D and B12 to get better. Please refer to my reports
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Answered by Dr. Remy Koshy 14 minutes later
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Please upload the report

Detailed Answer:

Hello,

I am not able to view any reports here. I would suggest you re-upload the attachment or else you can also choose to mail your attachments to YYYY@YYYY.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
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Please find the attachment XXXXXXX Check Up - Dipti Garg.pdf attached. I will also email it with my profile name. Thanks.
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Answered by Dr. Remy Koshy 2 days later
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Hello,

Sorry for the delay in replying as I was travelling. Thanks for attaching your reports. There seems to be slight variations in your biochemical parameters. I would suggest you to do the following:

1) Vit D insufficiency: I would suggest you to take D- Vion XXXXXXX 60,000IU, weekly one XXXXXXX for 4 weeks.

2) Iron deficiency: Take Tab. Livogen Z once daily for a period of 3 months, as it will take 2-3 months for a change to be seen in your blood counts.

3) Calcium and Vitamin loss: Take T. Triple A Cal once daily for one month. You can take foods rich in vitamin b like eggs, milk, milk products, meat, fish etc.

4) Hb A1c: Shows that you have slight blood sugar. For this, I would suggest you do a fasting blood sugar and postprandial blood sugar test to get to know the exact sugar control in your body.

Further action depends on the values. Meanwhile, I would suggest you cut down on all carbs and have a proper physical exercise.

Hope I have answered your query.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Remy Koshy, General & Family Physician
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