Overcoming Anemia For Rare Blood Types?
My boyfriend is anemic, his red blood levels are really low, his blood type is B- (he said is rare) … Well, he consulted a doctor before, he said he had to eat beetroot, liver gizzard, vegetables, etc … My girlfriend didn’t like vegetables , instead of vomiting, the beets don’t like it either .. Eat it every day instead of noodles etc that spicy like that .. he is also a sufferer of heart weakness, he also often fainted and nosebleeds which causes his blood to continue to decrease .. well in a few days he is consul again , he said when he was not long, because blood levels are increasingly reduced, and he said If there is no more dangerous donors, while blood type B- it’s rare said the doctor .. that’s how yes how to deal with it all .. I’m really sad ..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Anemia is a condition of red blood cell deficiency. Red blood cells are very important cells for the body because these red blood cells function to deliver oxygen and nutrients to various body tissues. If there is not enough oxygen and nutrients, the body can feel various symptoms that usually arise in people with anemia, such as shortness of breath, weakness, lethargy, pale face, palpitations, and so forth.
The causes of anemia itself vary, some because the number of red blood cells produced is lacking, there are due to the accelerated destruction of red blood cells, or because there are conditions that cause the red blood cells to leave the body, such as bleeding in the mother after childbirth or accident victims. It requires an examination by a hematologist or internal medicine doctor to be able to find out exactly the cause of anemic disease experienced by a person.
In the case of your partner, for sufferers of anemia for a long time, especially with heart complaints and blood types that are quite rare, actually the best step is to maximize the body's efforts to produce red blood cells themselves, namely by consuming all the nutrients that are You mentioned. In addition, red meat such as beef and mutton, organ in animals or organ meats such as liver, kidney, brain and heart, chicken and other poultry, cereals, and seafood are actually foods that can add blood. This is actually much easier than having to transufusi or perform other treatments.
So in fact, your partner must be made aware of his condition, and given the understanding that the best method for being able to make himself healthy comes from himself, and sometimes the way it might be uncomfortable, but must be passed. Then if it is necessary to do a transfusion, then the other way is to look for it until it is found, usually by contacting the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI). At least this is one of the efforts that you can do, besides asking your family because the closer their kinship is, the more likely they are to have the same blood type. So, hopefully answering your question.