Hi, Sorry you have this problem. I can't understand all of the blood results. are lakhs leukocytes or white blood cells? I don't know what jak is? But over all it sounds like you have an anemia and need to be monitored by a doctor for treatment. Not sure what your platelet count is either. I'm glad to see your TB was negative. Do you have any other symptoms like cough, night sweats, diarrhea? Were you swimming in any water, did you get bit by any mosquitoes or other insects? If you have diarrhea you could get a test done on the stool for culture and parasites. It sounds like with a fever you could have some thing like malaria or anything really that is infectious. But I don't see any symptoms other than anemia.
I dont have any symptons you specified nor did i swim. I have negative malaria reports. No diarhoea and stool rest ok .
I want to ask one thing do anemia patient have fever for more than 3 months ? If yes then i will recover soon by eating healthy.
But problem is my todays cbc report
Heamoglobin - 7.5
Rbc - 3.15
Fever still 100 at night and 99 at day tiime. Mouth more and more dry at night time. Food intake reducing .
So firstly your lab results do show Iron deficiency anemia by the low iron, low % saturation, low hemoglobin. I would see a hemologist perhaps and/or a intestinal doctor to make sure there is nothing else too. Some other tests you should check too are kidney and liver function tests.. Do you have any bleeding any where or black stools when you go to the toilet? Some symptoms of Iron deficiency anemia are low grade fever, <101 F, Extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, poor appetite (more often in children) and other things. Since the high platelet count can be from anemia but usually not that high. Also the low B12 can be from poor diet or being vegan and not supplementing B12. But it can be from other things. Do you have any bowel issues? Some drugs that are given to treat iron deficiency can give you a low grade fever <101. So, I think because your platelet is so high if you haven't been to a hematologist and/or had these other tests you should make sure everything is okay. Something is causing the hemoglobin to become low. It is not just diet. There could be something else going on. Also, do you have any bleeding hemorrhoids? Anything like that can lower the hemoglobin if it is constant. Think about all this and I would make a list of your symptoms and the tests you had done and see a doctor.
I met an oncologist. He said its refractory anemia with nutritional deficiency. He advised me to blood transfuse 2 units of blood . How much blood could be transfused to an anemia patient in a month. Thanks
I'm not sure I would ask your doctor.