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Monocytes increase in my body
Sir/madam,I have low monocytes (0)count in report of yesterday blood test...how I grew up monocytes count in my body...please suggest any medicine to me...and food supplements also...I have weekness and quickly tired...please suggest sir
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take proper treatment in ayurveda
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The herb Giloy is very helpful in this case. It comes in tablet, juice form. If you don't have any burning sensation, you can take the medicine (Amritarisht) which also contains Giloy as one of its ingredients.
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Consult with full history and report for diagnosis.
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Yes if monocyte decrease then there is no the big deal its normal if its increase then there is a some kind of infection if it's low then your immune system is not active that's mean you don't have any kind of infection and what other kind of symptom you have you can give me complete history and symptoms I will make the diagnosis and give treatment according to that thank you
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Consult   online
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You dont need any treatment for this. Good luck
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Hi, take homeopathic medicine will help you, its mild and effective
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U better start with homeopathy constitutional medication. Chat online for detail consultation and treatment
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U don’t need to do anything for monocytes. Don’t worry. Tiredness is because of low hemoglobin. Foods rich in iron Some of the best plant sources of iron are: Beans and lentils Tofu Baked potatoes Cashews Dark chocolate Pumpkin seeds Watermelon, potato, apple, beet root, pomegranate, strawberries Dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach, broccoli Non veg sources Lean beef Oysters Chicken Turkey Eat a balanced, healthy diet that includes good sources of iron to prevent any deficiencies. Combine vegetarian sources of iron with vitamin C in the same meal.
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You dont need any medications to increase monocytes. Start with multi vitamins for weakness.
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if you don't have any symptom. you don't  require any treatment. 
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