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What does haemoglobin s do?

What does haemoglobin s do?

Cause trouble: Hemoglobin s is the substitute inherited hemoglobin in those with sickle cell anemia. This is protective against malaria but is not helpful away from malaria areas. It causes the blood to clot inappropriately, leads to susceptibility to infections, causes clotting and of course low blood count. ...Read more

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Haemoglobin of 8.2, is this low?

Yes: Hemoglobin of 8.2 is abnormally low. You should see a doctor to ascertain the cause and be treated accordingly. ...Read more

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How can haemoglobin be improved?

Several dozen: Answers here. But in order to make a plan we need to know why it is low in the first place. ...Read more

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Haemoglobin 12.2, is this healthy?

Haemoglobin 12.2, is this healthy?

It may be normal.: Normal hemoglobin for adult women is 12.0-13.5 in most labs. Men it is 13.5 - 15. So 12.2 may be low normal for a woman. ...Read more

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What soes haemoglobin of 11.3 mean?

What soes haemoglobin of 11.3 mean?

Anemia: It means you are anemic. There are many causes. You need to have a complete anemia work up. See you primary physician and if needed you will be referred to a hematologist. ...Read more

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How is free haemoglobin tested for?

How is free haemoglobin tested for?

Colorimetry: Blood is centrifuged to separate the blood plasma from blood cells. A reagent is added that, when exposed to hemoglobin, produces a color change in the test solution. This measured in a spectrophotometer and the free hemoglobin calculated. ...Read more

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How to increase haemoglobin in body?

How to increase haemoglobin in body?

Depends...: ...On why it's low in the first place. Lack of iron, lack of vitamins, kidney problems can all contribute, and replacing the nutrient that wasn't low to begin with is not at all helpful. ...Read more

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How should I increase my haemoglobin?

The plan starts: With knowing the reason it is low in the first place. Many causes for anemia. ...Read more

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How do I reduce my haemoglobin levels?

How do I reduce my haemoglobin levels?

Are they too high?: Most people are trying to increase their hemoglobin levels because low levels would be a sign of anemia (low blood count). If your hemoglobin levels are too high it may be mild polycythemia due to cigarette smoking, or more serious form of "thick blood" called polycythemia vera. This condition requires treatment, sometimes in the form of medication, & sometimes by removing blood from your body! ...Read more

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How dangerous is my haemoglobin of 8.6?

How dangerous is my haemoglobin of 8.6?

New or old?: If your hemoglobin was 12 last week and now suddenly is 8.6 that could be dangerous and a sign of bleeding or destruction of red cells which if sudden can compromise body organ's oxygen supply. If the development of this hemoglobin was slow and chronic (over months or years) your body can adapt but you should definitely see a hematologist and your primary care dr soon. ...Read more

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Can I test my haemoglobin levels at home?

Can I test my haemoglobin levels at home?

Yes, if you have the: Right equipment.
You may procure home test equipment for hemoglobin testing. However, it is more important to ask, why do you want to do that and what will you do with the results? If you have concerns about being anemic, talk to your doctor. If you must you may purchase the equipment from the vendor listed below:
http://www. Aetna. Com/cpb/medical/data/800_899/0824.html ...Read more

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Why is haemoglobin content lower in females?

Why is haemoglobin content lower in females?

Bleeding: Because most females lose blood monthly by menstruation and so will have lower hemoglobin. ...Read more

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What can I do to increase haemoglobin content?

What can I do to increase haemoglobin content?

Eat Iron Rich Foods: That's the simple answer. However, you also need to retain the blood you have. If your periods are very heavy, that is bleeding clots that look like pieces of liver, or your period is lasting over 7 days, changing over one pad per hour, then your period is too heavy. Otherwise, you can eat foods such as green leafy vegetables, beets, liver (if you don't have gout or high cholesterol) & take iron otc. ...Read more

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What should I eat to increase my haemoglobin level?

What should I eat to increase my haemoglobin level?

Whoa: If you are anemic, it is a serious business. You do not just treat a lab value. Your physician has a duty to tell you why you are anemic, if your are iron deficient why you are iron deficient, and what treatment is in order. Further, you need to know that despite all the unscientific / entertainment claim on the internet, diet isn't the key to managing most illness. Demand straight talk from ur dr. ...Read more

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What is the lowest haemoglobin level a human can tolerate?

If you get thre: Slowly the ability to "compensate" is truly remarkable. A colleague saw values down to 2 while doing mission work in uganda. ...Read more

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What cure is available for someone to use for AC haemoglobin?

What cure is available for someone to use for AC haemoglobin?

Hemoglobin C trait: If I understand correctly, you are describing someone who carries one dose of hemoglobin c, and one dose of normal hemoglobin. This is usually a non-problem. If instead you are describing a person with elevated hemoglobin a1c, this is a marker for poor diabetes control. I'm glad you're proactive -- best wishes. ...Read more

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I'm wondering what diseases cause the haemoglobin count to lower?

I'm wondering what diseases cause the haemoglobin count to lower?

Long list: Low hemoglobin, anemia, may be due lack of production of red cells as in aplastic anemia, thalassemia, lack of iron, B12 and or folate; it may be due blood loss, e.g., excessive menstrual loss, bleeding in intestine; and due to excessive destruction of red cells as in spherocytosis and autoimmune hemolytic anemia and more. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/anemia/ds00321. ...Read more

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My glycosulated haemoglobin result is 7.8. What does that signify?

What is A1C: Good review-
http://tinyurl. Com/2cvet3o
this test tells you what your blood glucose level has been (on average) for the past 120 days. Your level of 7.8 shows yours has been elevated, and can be consistent with diabetes as well as other things. See your primary care doc to get this further evaluated. ...Read more

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My age is 16, my haemoglobin percent is very low, how to improve it?

My age is 16, my haemoglobin percent is very low, how to improve it?

Find cause: You should not try to treat your own anemia without finding a cause. Although the most common cause worldwide is iron deficiency, there are other anemias for which iron treatment is dangerous. Even for iron deficiency an underlying cause must be found. Please get with your physician, find the actual cause, and accept scientific treatment that is right for you. ...Read more

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Can you tell me is there a difference between immunoglubolin and haemoglobin?

Can you tell me is there a difference between immunoglubolin and haemoglobin?

Yes. See below: Hemoglobin is an iron containing protein in red cells that carries oxygen from lungs to tissues. It gives blood its red color. Immunoglobulins are proteins in blood that fight infections. ...Read more

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If my girlfriend has haemoglobin c and a hb c carrier what does dat mean nd how safe is my kid?

If my girlfriend has haemoglobin c and a hb c carrier what does dat mean nd how safe is my kid?

A variant Hb: Carriers of hemoglobin c are asymptomatic and will pass the trait to half their children. Hemogoblin c by itself is harmless. If you do not have any variant hemoglobin ad your girl friend is a carrier, half your children would be hb c carriers but other than, may be, slightly low haemoglobin, will not have any serious issues. ...Read more

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Iron depletion with normal haemoglobin levels?

Iron depletion with normal haemoglobin levels?

Could be: You may not have adequate stores in your body. A more detailed blood test for anemia is required. ...Read more

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Suggest Foods that increase haemoglobin in human body?

Iron: I would recommend that you eat foods that are rich in iron.

Foods rich in iron include:

Red meat.
Pork.
Poultry.
Seafood.
Beans.
Dark green leafy vegetables, such as spinach.
Dried fruit, such as raisins and apricots.
Iron-fortified cereals, breads and pastas. ...Read more

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Can I still take sangobion even my haemoglobin is normal?

Can I still take sangobion even my haemoglobin is normal?

Do you need it?: The question is do you need it? If you do not need it- you will not get any benefit from it and it may harm you-if -for instance you have certain condition where your iron is too much- adding iron more to your body perhaps will harm you. If you are not eating well, or if your iron is low- then yes you can take this as replacement. Please d/w further w/ your md. ...Read more

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What should my haemoglobin level be if I am 18 years old?

What should my haemoglobin level be if I am 18 years old?

Hemoglobin (Hgb): 18 years old is right at the cusp between pediatric and adult. Whether you are female or male also factors in.

Average hgb
male (age 12-18): 14.5
female (age 12-18): 14.0
adult male: 15.5
adult female: 14.0. ...Read more

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How to increase RBC and haemoglobin count for 65year old man?

How to increase RBC and haemoglobin count for 65year old man?

Depends on the cause: Treatment depends on the cause. Go to see doctor and get checked. There are many conditions can cause anemia such as iron deficiency, vit B12 deificiency, bleeding, hemolysis, bone marrow failure etc. Myelodysplastic syndrome needs to be ruled out in older population. ...Read more

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Why do I have low iron levels but a healthy haemoglobin level?

Why do I have low iron levels but a healthy haemoglobin level?

Normal: You can be low on iron but still have a normal hemoglobin. The iron level is not the best test of iron reserves. Ferritin is a better test. The gold standard is bone marrow biopsy. Not necessary here. Treating low (hypo) ferritinemia does not improve symptoms -- http://www. Biomedcentral. Com/1741-7015/10/8. ...Read more

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Kindly tell me glycosylated haemoglobin = 5.8% is normal or not?

Depends on lab but:: Most likely mild prediabetes-not diabetes itself. A1c is a 3 month snapshot of your average sugar and tells us yours is slightly high. You are at risk for diabetes and also increased risk for heart disease and stroke. You are lucky and can make changes to avert some of these risks through lifestyle modifications. Get your cholesterol numbers too and change your destiny while still young. ...Read more