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Low Hemoglobin: What Is The Treatment?

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WISEGUY Group: Members  Joined: 01st Jun, 2009  Topic: 1  Post: 1  Age:  47  
Posted on:1st Jun 2009, 8:12am
 

Low Hemoglobin: What Is The Treatment?

Dear Dr.

This is Saeed Akhtar age 39 years, married since 5 years, I had a test of H-globin last two time its 11.2-11.4, I don't know why I feel like thats why I go through this test, please guide me how can it is improve and is there any dangereous thing or not...

PCV--------------------------------------- 38

MCV-------------------------------------- 67

MCH-------------------------------------† 20

MCHC------------------------------------ 30

RED CELLS ----------------------------- 5.60

PLATELETS-----------------------------† normal.

Please reply me soon, thanks

Saeed Akhtar

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Posted on:1st Jun 2009, 2:46pm
 

Re: Low Hemoglobin: What Is The Treatment?

Well you might be having Hypochromic Microcytic Anemia.
This Anemia is due to either blood loss and you cant sense it from where the blood is going out or due to less iron in the body. There are certain parasites that may produce this Anemia. Dietry deficiency of Iron in the meal or inability to absorb iron in the blood could also result these conditions.
You get check your Serum Iron, TIBC and Ferritin levels
Improve your diet.
Take green vegetables more.
Dates are very good to improve iron stores in the body. Apple also very good.
Take Iron suppliments as well.
Dont use much pain killers if you are using.
Come back after doing action over these advices.
Raja Taqi Group: Members  Joined: 17th Sep, 2010  Topic: 31  Post: 2040  Age:  51  
Posted on:22nd Jun 2009, 2:34pm
 

hemoglobin

WISEGUY...i have one of my close relative who is suffering from deficiancy he consulted to Al.Shifa International islamabad butt he was rejected ..

then he ate HALWA GIKWAR prepared by one of labortory of karachi now the name is not comming into my memory this time.After ten days his hemoglobin was perfectly normal .Now i say u to try it and i am sure that it will prove beneficial for u .Now u found this product enter in google same name of HALWA GIKWAR (Aloevera) If any other member wants to take benefit from this product he can use it...

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Posted on:23rd Jun 2009, 5:59am
 

Iron deficiency anemia

Clinical biochemistry: Iron is an essential for carrying oxygen in the body (respiration). A deficiency of iron leads to: limited oxygen delivery to cells; fatigue, poor work performance; decreased immunity.  Excess amounts of iron can result in toxicity and can be very dangerous.  Hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to tissues, contains almost two-thirds of iron in the body.  Two forms of dietary iron: heme and nonheme iron. Heme iron is derived from hemoglobin. Heme iron is found in animal foods that originally contained hemoglobin, such as red meats, fish, and poultry. Iron in plant foods such as lentils and dry beans is called nonheme iron. This is the form of iron added to iron-enriched and iron-fortified foods.

 Nonheme iron occurs in two states in the body. The state or form that is able to enter the cells of the intestine is important. Taking vitamin C and foods containing this vitamin (oranges, lemon, lime, red and green pepper [capsicum] in the same meal along with dietary sources of iron will improve the absorption of nonheme. This is owing to  the capacity of vitamin C to keep ion in the particular state that is able to enter the cells of the intestine; tea, calcium, dry beans, peas (legumes), kale (dark green vegetable), etc., consumed in the same meal, can decrease the absorption of nonheme iron (due to the presence of phytates in these foods). It is most important to include foods that enhance nonheme iron absorption when daily iron intake is less than recommended, when iron losses are high. Some sources of nonheme iron:  fortified cereal, oat meal, dry beans, soybeans, lentils, black eyed beans, etc.

 Vitamin A deficiency may worsen exacerbate iron deficiency anemia.  Vitamin A supplementation has been shown to have beneficial effects on iron deficiency anemia and improve iron status among children and pregnant women. The combination of vitamin A and iron seems to improve anemia more effectively than either iron or vitamin A alone.  Adequate copper nutritional status appears to be necessary for normal iron metabolism and red blood cell formation. Anemia is a clinical sign of copper deficiency. In anemia of iron deficiency, red blood cells are measurably smaller than normal and their hemoglobin content is decreased.

Ulcer bacterium:  Helicobacter pylori  (H. pyloriinfection is associated with iron deficiency anemia, especially in children.

Plants, dairy products, meat, and iron salts added to foods and supplements are all sources of nonheme iron. Iron supplements vary depending upon the iron salt. Only a portion of the iron supplement is iron itself. Example: ferrous gluconate is 12% iron; ferrous fumarate is 33% iron.

When chronic iron deficiency occurs in an individual, certain labs are recommended to check for anemia. Recommended labs: Blood tests for hemoglobin, hematocrit, iron, red blood cells (RBC), ferritin, transferrin, total iron binding capacity (TIBC) and mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MHC) may be recommended by physician if oneís symptoms do not improve.

 

 




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