The reasons for which there is low hemoglobin in an infant; how to increase hemoglobin?
At the beginning of life, crumbs, most young parents face such a disease; as low hemoglobin in an infant. This phenomenon is quite common not only among young children, but also among adults. The initial signs of low hemoglobin can appear already in the first months of the baby’s life. This blood disease is well studied, it is quite understandable from a medical point of view, the physiology of the child, the causes of its origin, symptoms and methods of treatment are sufficiently investigated.
Low hemoglobin (in medicine – anemia, iron-deficiency anemia) – this is the reduced content of erythrocytes in the blood. The main task of red bodies is the transfer and release of oxygen molecules to organs and tissues to obtain energy and to ensure the vital activity of the organism. A low hemoglobin index will negatively affect the overall development and physical condition of the infant baby.
In children up to a year the indicator of hemoglobin in the blood should not be below 105 g / l. In children in the second year of life, the indicator indicates anemia less than 100 g / l.
My second child, when he was a month, had a low hemoglobin. But soon the summer began, I ate all the berries from the garden and the forest (except strawberries), hemoglobin quickly came back to normal.
At us till 3 months there was a hemoglobin below norm or rate, were as chickens yellow; itself passed!
We also had a low hemoglobin, after discharge from the hospital and treatment there. We wanted to go back to the hospital again. I did not give up, because there were no visible signs (pallor, etc.). And after a while everything became normal. Although the doctors scared me a lot, it's horrible and you can not do without a hospital.
Scare the doctors oh, how they love and about, and without!
At us the hemoglobin was 78 in 2,5 months .. In two days became 104 and in a week have checked up already 117 and have not understood what is it such was. We on artificial
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