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How is anemia treated?

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2011-11-30 20:57:34
2011-11-30 20:57:34

By prescribing iron.

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Yes Anemia can b treated very easily.there are many medicine 2 treat Anemia. 1st of all Anemia is of 2 types. 1. Microcytic anemia 2. Macrocytic anemia most of the people had iron deficiency anemia or folic acid anemia which is treated easily.u can take certain iron or or folic acid tablets available in the markets.

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It depends upon the type of anemia. There are literally dozens of types of anemia, and dozens of different treatments.

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Anemia, if not treated, can cause heart failure, bleeding out your tearducts, severe seizures, spastic twitching, brain damage and testicular cancer.

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sickle cell anaemia is inherited and it cannot be treated.

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Yes it is. It is fatal if not treated.

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Acquired sideroblastic anemia may be cured when the condition that causes it is treated or removed.

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Anemia can be deathly if not treated. But usually you just need to take a vitamin or have food that has iron in it.

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anemia is a blood disorder. there are many types all of which are to do with blood. It is treated differently compared to the severeness of it. you can have blood transplants, bone marrow transfusions... yeh

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It is hard to say that one treatment is the most effective because there are different causes of anemia. Low iron anemia is treated differently than sickle cell anemia. Seek a doctor's care for the best treatment for you.

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Anemia caused by blood loss is normally treated with either blood volume expanders such as plasma or with related blood products. More severe blood loss may require transfusions of red blood cells.

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Anemia isn't a disease, it's something you might get from a number of diseases. It means that you're too low on red blood cells. Sometimes eating foods that are rich in iron is all that is needed. Leukemia is a disease that can be treated.

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Diaysis or kidney transplant and epoetin alfa (Procrit, Epogen)

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Usually depends on the type of anemia. If its due to menstrual bleeding then the treatment is iron supplements.

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No, it means that your blood does not contain enough iron (red blood cells) and this needs to be treated.

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acute lymphatic leukemia, acute myelogenous leukemia, chronic myelogenous leukemia, Hodgkin disease, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, neuroblastoma, severe combined immune deficiency, anapalstic anemia, thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, Fanconi's anemia

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There are 3 types of Livestock anemia. Infectious anemia, Nutrition anemia, and bovine anemia. Bovine anemia is found mostly in cows.

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For adults there are many different conditions treated with bone marrow transplants such as; Amyloidosis, Aplastic anemia,Leukemia and Lymphoma. Once a BMT even cured somebody with aids...

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Orange juice treats hypertensive patients, cranberry juice treats urinary tract infections. Arthritis, anemia, constipation, cancer and AIDS may all be treated with juice therapies.

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Anemia is a symptom, not a disease. However, there are genetic diseases that cause anemia (such as Sickle Cell Anemia).

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There are a lot of types but 5 more common/main ones Iron deficiency anemia Sickle cell anemia Pernicious anemia Aplastic anemia Trauma related anemia

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Anemia is reduced hemoglobin in blood. One cause of anemia is blood loss. Bleeding is called hemorrhagia. Anemia caused by blood loss is hemorrhagic anemia.


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