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Ferikind injection. Used for? Dropped blood count. USG shows swelling in liver. Advise?

Ferikind injection used to cure which disease sir for my mom blood count is dropd suddenly doc prescribed to took USG .. in that result it shows swelling in liver at the time doc prescribed ferikind injection to increase blood count from 4 after using this injection it raises upto 6 pls advise sir my mail id is YYYY@YYYY if u want i will send the scan copy of the report doctor
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
if your dioctor feels it is anaemia due to iron deficiency, injectable iron is used to treat it early .
if, Hb was 4gm % , she should also require blood.
liver swelling?
need details of the report. many causes.
LFT(liver function tests) and many blood, stool and urine tests are needed to evaluate anaemia.
your doc is the best judge.
or else send ALL the reports done.

take care and keep me posted.
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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