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AREGENERATIVE ANEMIA

Aregenerative anemia is a condition in which you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells that can carry sufficient oxygen to the body tissues. Having iron deficiency may make you feel fatigued and weak.

There are numerous types of anemia, each with its own cause. Anemia can be brief or long term.

Seek immediate help from your doctor if you think that you have anemia before it can turn from mild to serious illness.

Medicines for anemia range from taking supplements  to restorative techniques. It includes a  healthy diet.

Various types of anemia and their causes may  include:

Iron deficiency anemia–  This is the most widely recognized kind of iron deficiency around the world. Iron deficiency is caused by a lack of iron in your body. Your bone marrow needs iron to make hemoglobin.

Vitamin deficiency anemia– Speaking of iron, your body needs folate and vitamin  B-12 to create enough red blood cells. A deficient diet can cause diminished red blood cell creation.

Anemia of chronic disease– Certain disease, for example, malignancies, HIV/AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, kidney disease, Crohn’s disease and other medical problems can interfere with the production of red blood cells.

Aplastic anemiaThis uncommon, hazardous anemia happens when your body doesn’t create enough red blood cells. Reasons for aplastic anemia include infections, certain drugs, immune system problems and exposure to harmful synthetic substances.

Anemias related to bone marrow disorders Various diseases, for example, leukemia and myelofibrosis, can cause anemia by decreasing red blood cell creation in your bone marrow. The impacts of these malignant diseases can be mild to severe.

Sickle cell anemia–   It’s caused by an abnormal type of hemoglobin that enables red blood cells to have a strange bow (sickle) shape. These unpredictable cells die, bringing about an endless lack of red blood cells.

 

Anemia signs and symptoms differ on the reason for your anemia These may include:

DIAGNOSIS

To diagnose anemia, your specialist may get some information about your medical and family history, do a physical exam, and run these tests:

  • Complete blood check (CBC)A CBC is utilized to determine the red cell count in an sample of your blood. For anemia, your doctor will be concerned about the levels of the red cells contained in the blood (hematocrit) and the hemoglobin in your blood.

l Additional diagnostic tests- If the finding is anemia, your doctor may do other tests to know the fundamental reason. For instance,  iron deficiency anemia can result from peptic ulcers, polyps in the colon, colon cancers, tumors or kidney disease.

Once in a while, a bone marrow biopsy may be done.

 

TREATMENT

Anemia  treatment relies upon the reason.

Iron deficiency anemia– Treatment for this type of anemia  includes taking iron supplements and having improvements in your diet

Vitamin deficiency anemia– Treatment for folic acid and B-12 insufficiency includes dietary changes and taking supplements

Anemia of chronic disease– There’s no particular treatment for this kind of anemia

Aplastic anemiaTreatment for this may include blood transfusions to support levels of red cells. You may require a bone marrow transplant if your bone marrow is unhealthy and can’t make solid red cells.

Anemias related to bone marrow disease Treatment of these diseases can include drugs, chemotherapy or bone marrow transplantation.

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