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How can eosinophilia be treated?

Q: My 55 years old mother is suffering from high eiosinophil count. She has sleepless nights, her bones ache and she has no energy at all for anything. She is a teacher and has to go through a lot of trouble due to this. She has been suffering from this for the last ten years. We have visited a lot of doctors but of no use. Currently, she is taking Unicarbazan Forte tablet. Kindly let me know if there is any permanent cure for this.

A:High eosinophil counts are due to number of causes. All these causes lead to an increase in eosinophil counts as secondary effect; common causes are allergy, hay fever, asthma, collagen vascular disorders, drugs and occult malignancies. You need to consult a hematologist for a thorough work up and the treatment depends on the cause.

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