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How to increase haemoglobin in a kidney patient?

Q: My wife is suffering from chronic kidney disease. Her creatinine level is 1.7, Hb 8.7, blood urea 60. Is there any treatment in allopathy/homeopathy/ayurvedic/ yogic science for reversal of the disease? The doctor says she needs to be administered with Exprex 4000 once a week. Is there is no option other than this injection to improve Hb level?

A:Your wife has chronic kidney disease (CKD). Anaemia in CKD is due to deficiency of hormone erythropoietin, which is what doctors have prescribed her to raise her haemoglobin. There are no other known alternatives that I know of.

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