I am a 26 years old married female. My height is 156 cm and weight is 55 kg. I am neither pregnant nor a mother. Before 20 days, my BP was too low, 90/50 mmHg and I felt weakness and breathlessness. I have gone through blood tests and my hemoglobin was found to be 7.8 g/dL. I have attached the reports for your reference. Around three years back, my Hb was 6 g/dL and I had Iron tablets for a course of three months. Before two months, when I checked my Hb, it was again 6 g/dL. It is improving now with iron-rich diet and supplements. But, still, I feel pain in the bottom of my foot and in palm once a day. Please suggest me the way to improve my Hb level.
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Thank you for your valuable advice and suggestion in this regard. I will be grateful if you respond my concern in my report related to RBC. It was mentioned as RBCs - marked anisocytosis, moderate poikilocytosis, predominantly microcytic hypochromic cells with ovalocytes and elliptocytes.
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