I am a 23 year old female. My present symptoms are feeling weak and unable to walk or stand continuously for a few minutes. My Hb% is 9 and I am anemic. I also have fever for one week and taking Oritaxim-O 200. Please help.
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Looking at your complaints, your weakness is due to anemia.
Nutritional deficiency.Investigations to be done:
Serum ferritin level.Differential diagnosis:
Malarial fever or UTI.Treatment plan:
Tablet Bizfer-XT for three months.Regarding follow up:
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