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anemia - severe - pl. help

Age: 21 years, Wt. 41Kg., Ht.5'3'
Haemoglobin - 3.3
WBC - 5400
ESR - 175
RBC : Merked degree microcytic & hypochromic with aniso-poikilocytic.
*Target cell & polychromatic cell few.
*Tear drop cell present.
Neucleated RBC - 20/100 WBC
WBC: No abnormal cell seen.
PLT: adequate in number.
*Weakness +++
*Palpitation, visible < slight exertion
*Slight feverishness and burning of skin and eyes < evening, upto midnight
*Emaciation +++
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  drngdas on 2007-08-04
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You need immediate blood transfusion.The Hb 3.3 is too low and you are in danger zone.At this stage medicines will be of little help.
sajjadakram635 last decade
My wife is pregnant her HB level was 7.5 then it went down to 6.8.

I am giving her tissue salts:

Ferrum Phos 6x
Kali Phos 6x
Calc Phos 6x

I it the right combination any thing else is needed.
if so then ,... if not how long these tissue salt will be given to her.

She has also stiffness in her right leg too.
libra981 last decade

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