Blood transfusion AllergyMy wife had to receive 2 bottles of blood from her cousin during pregnancy casesarian operation as she was short of blood. Now she is suffering from severe allergical reactions rashes have appeared on the skin and there is intolerable itching all over the body?
Will Sulphur act or should Arsenic be given to her.
ganesh2280 on 2007-07-15
Ganesh, was she given any antibio treatments? if so this is more likly the cause.
A proper case needs to be taken rather than giving remedies by guesswork. Especially post partum.
parachute last decadeHi Ganash,
if you recently had a blood transfusion so that is normal like itchiness it will take a time to get mix up wait an other month if no settle chack with hospital where you get this done ;before transfusion did they done crass matching or no ?
faisal qureshi last decadeMy wife had a blood transfusion I am not sure they have cross checked the matching properly perhaps done by not so knowledgable a lab technician.
Yes, she was advised few antibiotics and antihistamines usually given as anti-allergice and calamine lotion to apply but it has not helped.
There are some red boils all over and it itches sometimes not all the time.
ganesh2280 last decadeHi
you need to cantact to them where you done this trasnfusion don't wait at home
faisal qureshi last decadeHi,
The problem your wife is facing is not due to any wrong transfusion of blood. If it would have been then your wife would have died by now.
Apart from blood sample group checking a blood before administering is run through several tests in an ELISA machine. Usually Hepatitis B AIDs and other few test is done. When it is ok blood is given clean chit for transfusion.
But there are several other antigens present in blood which go unchecked since there are no facilities for their filtration. So sometimes problems arise.
As per my advice you should consult a good haematologist and she will be fine in no time.
drprodip last decadeDr.Prodip,thanks for your advise. Unfortunately she is now in a remote village of Karnataka. Finding a haemaetologist is a remote possibility again.
Could you please advise some homeopathic medicine so that I can give it to her. Do you think her blood has to be purified by some medicine to uncheck antigens present in the blood.
A homeopath in the other forum has advised Arnica every hour and Arsenic once in a day in 30 potency. Waiting for your reply.
ganesh2280 last decadeHi Ganesh
If you look for blood purifier Echinacea is one option. It'd be taken in dose of 5-10 drops in glass of water thrice daily.
I know of Arsenic, Anthracinum, Carcinosin used for ailments from blood transfusion. You have to check your wife's symptom profile with these medicines' profiles available on this website.
Also don't discount others' suggestion to contact where you performed the transfusion.
♥ maheeru last decadeDr. maheeru, has advised ECHINACEA a very good remedy which has safely been used in blood poisoning, septic conditions generally. Please try it as advised.
♥ Mahfoozurrehman last decadeDon't give Echinacea. it will do no good. It is a wrong prescription.
If you cannot find haematologist consult your nearest doctor maybe an MD.
It is a necessity........
Instead of Echinacea, Arsenic and arnica is a good prescription.
U can give:
Histamine 6 : 5 drops in half cup water 4 times a day.
Boerhaviaa Ripens : 10 drops in half cup water 4 times a day.
But please try to consult a doctor atleast an MBBS. If you cannot find MD/Haematologist
drprodip last decade
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