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Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Anemia (Definition)

Anemia refers to any condition where there is a decrease in the red blood cells in the body. There are numerous causes of anemia but they can basically be broken down into 3 categories: decreased production of red blood cells increased destruction of red ...Read more


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Can anemia due to colon cancer cause fast heart beat sometime.How long it takes to recover?Can i live longer after cancer treatment?

Can anemia due to colon cancer cause fast heart beat sometime.How long it takes to recover?Can i live longer after cancer treatment?

Yes Anemia does: Low hemoglobin(hb), commonly called anemia, does increase the heart rate. Mild anemia(hb of 10 gm) causes modest increase but more severe anemia(hb of. ...Read more

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What are the causes of pernicious anemia and what are the treatments for it?

Classical: Pernicious anemia (b12 deficiency) occurs when a cofactor in the stomach, intrinsic factor, does not do its job. If is needed for B12 absorption. ...Read more

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What causes pernicious anemia and what are some treatments for it?

What causes pernicious anemia and what are some treatments for it?

Low vitamin B12: Pernicious anemia is a condition in which the body is unable to absorb vitamin B12 through the stomach due to loss of a protein called intrinsic factor in the stomach. Treatment invovles replacing b!2 through injections or nasal sprays- taking oral pills is ineffective. ...Read more

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I don't believe in unnecessary medical treatment. Do I really need to treat anemia?

I don't believe in unnecessary medical treatment. Do I really need to treat anemia?

Yes: Anemia is low blood count and may be mild or serious. Either you body does not produce enough red cells (blood cell cancer, uremia, chemotherapy, low iron, malnutrition) or you are actively bleeding (ulcers, trauma, GI malignancy, gu malignancy) or you are destroying your cells (inherited, splenic overactivity). Your hematologist needs to sort this out. If the cause is gone, you can do well. ...Read more

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Is there a treatment for anemia?

Is there a treatment for anemia?

Rx Underlying Cause: Anemia is defined as an abnormally low red blood cell (rbc)count. This may be due to decreased production of rbcs by the bone marrow, or increased destruction or loss (ie bleeding). The precise cause can be narrowed down by a formal exam and simple blood tests, sometimes supplemented by x-ray or endoscopy. Once the cause is identified, the anemia may be treated. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for anemia?

Depends: It usually depends on the type and underlying cause of anemia, but iron supplements are the most commonly prescribed treatment. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for cooley's anemia?

What is the treatment for cooley's anemia?

Beta thal major: An allogeneic bone marrow transplantation is the only thing that can cure cooley's anemia if possible to be done. Otherwise, the treatment mainly will be supportive care- i.e. Blood transfusion, iron chelating agent , folic acid, and other treatment to treat complications that commonly occur- such as heart problems, infection etc. Discuss further in detail with your hematologist. ...Read more

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What are some treatment for anemia?

Depends on the cause: Teatment for anemia will depend on the cause of the anemia- whether it is caused by bleeding, red blood cell destruction due to toxin, drugs, enzyme deficiency, red blood cell membran problem, abnormal hemoglobin, deficiency in certain nutrients, insuficiency of bone marrow production/bone amrrow failure etc-. Thus, it is very important to know why before you can discuss about how to treat. ...Read more

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Treatment options for anemia? Thanks!

Treatment options for anemia? Thanks!

Depends: The cause is identified and treatment applied. For low iron, you will get supplements. For inherited defects you might need support and even a marrow transplant. For bleeding you might need proton pump inhibitors or an x-ray to determine the source of the bleed (even a colonoscopy). If induced by treatment you may need injection of red cell growth factors. ...Read more

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