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how do you treat recurrent low blood count? What are the main causes of this condition

A: It depends if your counting white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets in the blood. A complete blood count test is a diagnostic, assessment and management tool for many different conditions. For example discovering blood disorders or diseases, which can cause some serious problems. The complete blood count (CBC) is one of the most commonly ordered blood tests. The complete blood count is the calculation of the cellular (formed elements) of blood. A major portion of the complete blood count is the measure of the concentration of white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets in the blood. Low count For White blood cell (WBC, leukocyte) * Conditions that can lower WBC values include chemotherapy and reactions to other medicines, aplastic anemia, viral...
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how do you treat JAUNDICE

A: Jaundice is a symptom common to many liver diseases. It results in yellowing of the skin and body tissues because of high level of bile pigment in the blood. It occurs due to obstruction of bile by stones, tumors or swelling of the mucosa of the ducts or due to acute hepatitis or hemolytic anemia. The symptoms are weakness, weight loss, fatigue, nausea and vomiting and lassitude. Natural remedies that can be applied for people suffering from jaundice are:- The juice of radish leaves can be effective for jaundice. Pound the green leaves and extract the juice, a pound of which can be used as a drink. Take a glass of sugarcane juice and half a lemon twice daily.Add 14 tsp of turmeric powder with a glass of hot water, have this 2-3 times a day.Make a paste of papaya leaves. Take 12 tsp of...
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What is anemia, splenogenous and how do you treat it

A: Anemia is one of the most common blood disorders and occurs when the level of healthy red blood cells within the bloodstream falls too low. The problems arising from this disorder lie in the fact that the red blood cells are primarily concerned with carrying oxygen to the various tissues all over the body. There are two main factors that cause the development of anemia. The first one is a decrease in the production of hemoglobin and the second one being the loss or destruction of blood. Certain other factors also play a role in the development of the condition such as the lack of adequate intake of necessary nutrients in a strict vegetarian diet as well as excessive intake of alcohol. A number of chronic diseases are also known to influence the condition while Acquired Immune Deficiency...


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how do you know if you have worms?

A: u just do! no you can''t get worms my runningg bare foot if you could I would all day. don''t do any de -wroming your not a dog. give it time as far as gaining wieght they have drinks out their that will put the pounds on . I had worms when I was little and there were actually tiny white worms in my poo so you could try looking when you go to the loo. I had to drink this yukky milkshake that cured the worms but it was prescribed by the docs so go to the docs first! What country & climate do...


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what do you call it when your haemoglobin is low? what makes it low and how do you know when it is low?

A: Hello, It is called anemia. Most common symptoms are weakness, fatigue, general malaise. They may also reportshortness of breath on exertion. In very severe cases patient may have symptoms such as palpitations, angina(if preexisting heart disease is present), intermittent claudication of the legs, and symptoms of heartfailure. On examination, skin, mucosal linings and nail beds are pale. On blood test Hb is less than normal.Anemia is of different types depending upon the cause and treated accordingly. It can be caused by loss ofblood, low production by bone marrow, vitamin B 12 or iron deficiency, medicines like methotrate, defect inred blood cells etc. Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemia#Red_blood_cell_size.Take care. Rohit Agarwal MD....
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how do I treat JAUNDICE?

A: Jaundice is caused when there is an infection in the liver that causes the levels of bilirubin in the blood to rise abnormally. Jaundice is characterized by the yellowing of the skin and the whites of both eyes. Jaundice is a symptom of some of the most common disorders of the liver and is caused when there is an obstruction in the bile duct. If the liver cells that produce bile are impaired, then jaundice can be one of the results. Since bile is important in the functioning of the digestive system and is vital for the digestion of fatty acids, an absence of it can cause indigestion and production of large amounts of gas in the body. Some of the common causes of jaundice are hemolytic anemia, hepatitis in its acute stage, cancer in the pancreas, blockage of the bile ducts, and liver...


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how do you get thrush?

A: Mothers who are susceptible to vaginal yeast infections, have recently used antibiotics or have a history of diabetes (gestational or insulin-dependent) are more likely to harbor yeast in their bodies. A history of anemia, use of steroid medications such as those used to suppress pre-term labor, use of antidepressant medications or the use of oral contraceptives can also contribute to the possible invasion of yeast.Mothers who experienced a Cesarean delivery may not be aware that they were given antibiotics post-delivery to prevent infection. The physical state of pregnancy is such that yeast infections are common.Physical factors that can contribute to yeast growth include a humid environment, maternal obesity or clothes that hold in moisture, such as wet bathing suits, panty hose, tight...


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how do you increase haemoglobin count?

A: Hello Shislev 156......Hemoglobin is the iron rich protien in red blood cells..The normal ranges are 14-17grams/deciliter for men and 12-16 grams/deciliter for woman...Without benefit of knowing your medical history or any meds that you may be taking, I can only tell you that one must have the cause identified before they can correct this....This can be caused by many things, such as , Anemia(iron defieciency), poor diet, hormonal changes and certain types of medication...Once the cause has been diagnosed, then it can be treated accordingly....Keep in mind that these levels change day to day...you will likely not have the same reading from one day to the next...If it...
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how do you know your getting all the vitams you need and if your in good health?

A: First of all I would get another doctor. Secondly they are supposed to takeblood tests regularly to MAKE SURE you are ok and in good health. I take 2flinstone chewables daily and have not had a problem with anemia. I am 4years postop. Plus I take vitamin E,D and C. My only problem I have to dealwith is now I have a tendancy to go hypoglycemic (low blood sugar), whereas before surgery I was diabetic. I wish you all the best!! Complete blood panels as warranted by your surgeon. I had one at 2 weeks,1 month, 3 months, 6 months etc...basically every follow up that I go tosee my surgeon. I''ve had some other''s done in between just to check somethings as I''ve changed...


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how do you deal until your doctor''s appointment?

A: It''s possible your trouble breathing is at least in part due to your stress level. do you have any breathing exercises for your asthma? If not, try breathing in as deeply as you can. Then purse your lips and sloooooooowly breathe out. Empty your lungs as completely as possible. you should be taking at least three times as long to breathe out as you did to breathe in. do this several times. I always find that this helps me. your breathing, maybe get tested for asthma to make sure

 
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