Low Hemoglobin

Low hemoglobin count in your blood indicates anemia. The average hemoglobin count for men and women is 13.5 and 12 g/dL, and anything less than that is considered anemia. Other conditions that cause low hemoglobin are cancer, kidney disease, lead poisoning, liver cirrhosis, and hypothyroidism.

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Why is my daughter too lazy to do her daily activities?

Query: Hello doctor, My daughter is 16 years old. Three years back, she attended menarche. She is very sensitive, fear all things, and always cries in every incident. She is too lazy in daily activities, like bathing, brushing, etc. This laziness reflects in her studies also. I hope this will change as she...  Read Full »


Guruvamsee Krishna Avvaru

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please reply to my queries, 1. How is her mood from the last three months? 2. In what activities she is more interested, encourage her to do that. 3. How is her progress in school? 4. Did you get any complaints about her academics from school? 5. What is your profe...  Read Full »

How does eating bricks affect the uterus?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 26 year old female. Will eating bricks affect uterus? I do not have any side effects other than early periods. In the last two cycles my periods were five days earlier. Please explain.  Read Full »


Dr. Arul

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. People eat chalk piece or brick or sand due to the craving on it. This is due to anemia. Your hemoglobin (Hb) should be estimated and iron therapy should be given. Eating bricks never harm you and never affect the uterus system. But, it may lead to infection and diarrhea....  Read Full »

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