Causes And Overcome Chronic Anemia?
Good morning dokDok I have a disease since class 2smp until now I am llus to work .. This disease is very draining my blood until I have had blood transfusion 2 times in the next two years but the next year it was difficult to stabilize the blood. Even though I already consume a lot of fiber, I even eat rice regularly with spinach. I have to get rid of this disease and want to be completely healed … Thank you
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Hemoglobin (Hb) is a protein found in red blood cells, which functions to bind oxygen and carbon dioxide to be delivered to cells and alveoli of the lungs. When Hb levels in a person's body are low, this is called anemia. Anemia can be caused by several things below, namely:
1. Lack of iron, folic acid or vitamin B12.
2. Bleeding, including vague bleeding as in hemorrhoids.
3. Chronic diseases, such as kidney failure, liver disorders, etc.
4. Disorders of red blood cell formation in the bone marrow, such as aplastic anemia, thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, etc.
5. Autoimmune diseases.
6. Infectious diseases, such as malaria.
You can read more about this in this article.
To be able to recover from your condition, proper treatment is needed. Appropriate treatment is treatment that is based on the cause. For this reason, a doctor's examination is needed first. It is best to consult with your intern doctor where you previously transfused. Because in the hospital you have your previous data for review and matching with the results of further tests to be performed. It may be necessary to have further investigations such as routine blood, microscopic blood tests, blood chemistry of kidney and liver function, examination of iron serum and total ability of iron binding, ultrasound of the kidneys and liver and examination of bone marrow aspirations. All the results of these examinations and examinations that have been done previously will be matched by a specialist in internal medicine with your clinical condition.
Some other things that you need to consider, namely:
1. Stop consuming tea or coffee while eating or some time before or after meals. Keep at least 2 hours apart.
2. Also consume iron found in animal foods, such as beef liver.
3. Consume milk regularly every day outside the main meal schedule.
Thus hopefully useful.