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Low hemoglobin, pfb tests showed hypo-microcytic rbc. Had taken femilon and novelon tablets for irregular menses. Which medicines should be taken?

hello doctor , m 21 yrs old female n has some problem regardin my mensuration cycle,they wer nt regular so d doctor gave me d femilon tablets n later gave me novelon tablets,after few months i had a severe headache n my head used to spin n i used to feel low,i did my hb test n it was 8.57 n i was diagnosed as anemic,n thn did pbf test which showed rbc s as hypo microtic. now which medicines should i take n uat could be d possible reason for my low hemaeglobin? please help. thank you
Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
There might be having few reasons for having anemia.
Common cause is having chronic blood loss from the body.
Possibility of having worm infestation should be kept in mind.
Nutritional deficiency can cause anema as well.
go for,
1, bleeding time, clotting time,
2, stool test for worms,
3, get examined for having hemorrhoids,
Take branded iron, folic acid tablet for 2-3 months.
Take nourishing diet, green veggies and high protein diet.
Ok and take care.
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