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2 years baby's hemoglobin automatically falls below average after every 2-3 months

sir my sister is 2 yrs old and she is having a problem of bleeding . her hemoglobin automatically falls below average after every 2-3 months and when she was 6 months old she fell from a height to ground and suddenly blood came from nose. after that this process is continued after every 2 months she starts to bleed either from nose, ear and teeth. Plz help us out
Asked On : Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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it calls for proper investigation to locate the site of bleeding. if the bleeding is profuse that can be the reason for fall in Hb. if it is not so profuse then other causes as thalisemia should be ruled out.
Ayurveda cures bleeding with bol parpiti 500mg. bd and tab. ayapon 1 bd.
with this bleeding will be checked but i advise to get investigated.
dr. rajesh lakhanpaul
Answered: Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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