My 13 years old daughter often has nosebleeds with a large amount of blood. We have also noticed that whenever she has a fall, the wound takes very long to recover and during the recovery period, she gets joint pains and fever. Otherwise, she seems like a normal teenager. How do we know if she has a blood disorder?
I’ve heard that anemia cannot be cured. Is this true? I am a 22 year old female and I often feel weak because of it. I have done transfusions quite a few times already. If anemia really cannot be cured, what can I do to improve my life? Are there any food or lifestyle recommendations?
My father was diagnosed with stage 1 lymphoma. What are the recovery chances for him if he undergoes chemotherapy? He is 66 years old.
When does bleeding gums indicate a blood disorder? My 17 year old sister gets bleeding gums almost twice a month. How do we know it’s only a mouth condition and not a blood disorder? Does she need to see a doctor?
I have recently taken up long-distance running. While everything seemed great in the beginning - i felt more healthier than i’ve felt in a long time, I now often feel lethargic and my muscles feel extremely tight even though I let them rest in between runs. I read online that it could be something called runner’s anemia. How do I know if I have it?
For stage 3 multiple myeloma, is a stem cell transplant necessary? And will it be safe if my grandfather is already 73 years old?
Whenever she is on her period, my 17 year old daughter experiences nosebleeds that make her dizzy and weak. There are also bluish bruises appearing all over her body, especially on the neck and behind the ear. Could this possibly be a haematology disorder, Doctor?
My wife has high levels of white blood cells. But we haven't observed any physical changes in her. How do we further check to know if it's leukemia or something else?