My daughter, who is 2.5 years old, is suffering from beta major thalassemia. From her 3 months of age, blood has been transfused either once in 30 or 45 days after checking the blood level. I would request you to kindly advise a good and healthy food diet. Is there any important daily diet required for my child? Please explain.
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Our doctor recommended not to take food, which gives more iron, but increases blood (RBC and hemoglobin) level. So, please recommend us food diet accordingly.
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Sorry, I went a bit overboard in suggesting about overall nutritional improvement and my emphasis on donor pool diverted the answer I was supposed to give.
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