What are the tests for hemoglobin h disease?

See below. Please consult the followingt website: http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/955496-overview.

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What the heck is hemoglobin h disease really?

Specific Anemia Type. Alpha-thallesemia is commonly called h-disease and it is a genetic disorder of blood cell production in which only a portion of the proteins (globin chains) is affected. The severity is determined by which chain is affected--generally there are 4 chains, conveniently name 1, 2, 3, 4. It not possible to explain having <100 characters left here. Check with your doc for more info. Good luck. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: Hemoglobin H disease?

Thalassemia. Hemoglobin is composed of alpha and beta chains. In hemoglobin H disease, the beta chains are normal but there is little or no alpha chain produced. Read more...

Are there safe alternative therapies for hemoglobin h disease?

More info needed. There are many different types of hemoglobins that are inherited, some varieties are mild diseases, some much more complex...You will need some tests to fully answer the question.The normal hemoglobin molecule carries the oxygen our tissues needs for life so it is really at the center of a lot of important activity. Read more...