Thalassemia

Thalassemia is a blood disorder caused by having less haemoglobin than the required amount.
In mild cases, Thalassemia may require medications such as vitamins and iron inducer. In severe cases, the treatment includes blood transfusions or bone marrow transplant.
The right doctor to consult for treating Thalassemia is Hematologist who specializes in treating blood disorders.
Doctors consider blood tests including complete blood count test and special haemoglobin test for diagnosing Thalassemia.
The overall Thalassemia-free survival rate lies between 85-90 percent.
Facial bone deformities, dark colored urine, prolonged growth & development, tiredness, fatigue, yellow or pale skin are certain signs and symptoms that may suggest a person may have Thalassemia.

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