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Low hemoglobin
Hemoglobin is very less around 6. Is red wine is useful to increase hemoglobin? HB was 8.7 in July and now it is 5.8, all test related to blood has been done but their is no such issues raised.
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Hello. You take one chukandar, one small piece of jaggery, one pomegranate daily. Eat green vegetables daily. Avoid junk foods. Take alfamalt forte in one glass of milk daily. Take ferrum metallicum 30 thrice daily and China 200 once daily.
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Suggest you for One test - Haemoglobin variants, its very important test, take chukundar or food rich in iron, take pomegranate juice, if you consult us online, search in Google, Dr. Adil Hingora, City - Raipur.
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Adv :-Feram Met 6x(Trit) dose two spon 4time daliy. China 2c dose two drops 6am only.
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5.8 HB is very low. Thorough clinical examination, followed by relevant investigations have to be done like hemogram, but B 12, folic acid estimations, bone marrow examination, CECT abdomen, chest, colonoscopy, upper GI endoscopy
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