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What is Thalassemia?

Thalassemia is derived from the Greek word Thalassa, meaning shore, as Thomas Cooley, a Mediterranean American paediatrician, first described the condition in 1927 in collaboration with DR pearl lee.Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder caused by cell DNA mutations that cause the physique to have even less haemoglobin, the physique of red blood cells does not work properly, and they last shorter periods of time so there is less safe and the physique red blood cells do not operate properly,it is surpassed by genes from parents to children, can cause anaemia making you exhausted & other health problems.

No government-level survey was conducted in Pakistan, but according to the blood bank, the low rate of beta thalassemia minor rate is 6 and an estimated more than 80,000 children in 2000, 5,000 to 9,000 children born with beta-thalassemia per year in Pakistan, the rate is highest in Pakistan, while in provinces such as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, where positions tend to marry within the family, the rate is higher It must be prevented and it can be clarified by the premarital thalassemia test that if both parents have thalassemia minor, then the children will suffer from thalassemia major, a dangerous form of thalassemia.

Types of thalassemia

Thalassemia Minor: In this type, you receive the faulty gene from only one parent, people with this type are carriers of the disease. Mostly they do not have symptoms.

Thalassemia intermedia: This is an intermediate type in which the amount of hemoglobin is low and the patient has to have timely blood transfusions. Frequent blood transfusions can lead to various complications such as elevated iron levels, enlarged liver , Splenomegaly, etc.

Thalassemia Major: in this type genes defect or abnormility inherit from both parents, to develop thalassemia major. It is the most dangerous type, patient suffers from various diseases due to repeated blood transfusions.

Thalassemia & various therapies

According to experts, thalassemia is a genetic disorder, there is no treatment for its, different drugs, depending on the patient’s symptoms, folic acid is used to treat anaemia in thalassemia minor patients and patients with beta thalassemia major are transfused after two to four weeks of blood, causing a rise in iron. Thalassemia major may be treated with a bone marrow transplant.

Alternative therapies/homeopathic medicine

Alternative treatment plans, homeopathic medicine are used as a choice cure for all the disease as nicely as in incurable diseases, all over the world, like INDIA Bangladesh and Pakistan. Homeopathic medicine is also used successfully in the management of rare or incurable ailments like thalassemia, because these medications are very useful in genetic ailments, the amount of hemoglobin in thalassemia intermedia is low which can be increased with homeopathic medications and the length of blood transfusion can be accelerated in this way, in addition these medicines are also useful in dangerous stipulations of thalassemia essential whilst other issues precipitated through repeated blood transfusions can also manage such as multiplied iron stages, splenomegaly hepatomegaly and so forth. Indian, Pakistani & other nations homeopathic experts are working on it, from Pakistan DR Ghulam Yaseen is working on sixteen kinds of blood most cancers in Pakistan via homeopathic medicine, beneath the name of sehar foundation, along with thalassemia minor, intermedia & major, according to his research work homeopathic medicine are very useful in all blood disorders. Authorities should work for the homeopathic medical system in Pakistan, research centers must be set up in all four provinces to record the effectiveness of homeopathic medicine in such dangerous and incurable illnesses.

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