An Overview Treatment of Blood Disorders
Time: 2019-12-19 20:49, Tags:
Blood disorders refers to conditions in which patients may suffer from blood deficiency, bleeding or blood stasis. Your treatments depends on your age, your health status, your types of blood diseases, as well as your symptoms etc. Broadly speaking, your doctors use more than one treatment ways to improve your conditions. The common treatments for blood disorders consists medications, surgery and traditional Chinese medicine.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
How traditional Chinese medicine treat blood disorder? In the view of TCM, The cause of blood disorders is either endogenous or exogenous in origin. The endogenous causative factors are immoderate diet, emotional upset, overstrain, pathological changes after a chronic disease or a febrile disease, etc, while common exogenous causative factors are wind, heat, dryness, dampness-heat pestilence. Qi is the key element which maintain body healthy. When qi is impaired and fails to keep blood in vessels, blood disorders occur. Tonifying Qi is the key to decline the deterioration of blood disorders. Your TCM practitioners may use a combination of treatments to correct blood disorders, such as Chinese herbs, massage, food bath, acupuncture etc.
Medication and Surgery
Some medications are used to stimulate the bone marrow to generate more platelets. Dietary supplements, for example, vitamin B-9 can treat anemia due to deficiencies. Antibiotics are suggested for patients with white blood cell disorders to fight against infections.
Both bone marrow transplants and blood transfusion are common options for patients with blood cell disorders. Bone marrow transplants involve stem cells from a donor, which are planted in your body and help your bone marrow start producing normal blood cells. And blood transfusion will help you to replace damaged blood cells.
Different conditions require different treatments. Speak with your doctors or research your options will help you a lot to get the right therapy. If you want more details on this topic, you can leave us a message.
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