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My son 18years has low blood cells problem, i need a

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my son 18years has low blood cells problem, i need a prescription to boost LBC.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Pharmacy
Expert:  Dr. C. Rollins replied 1 year ago.

I would suggest you get the following vitamins OTC B-12, folic acid, and Vitamins C and E. Along with vitamins iron is an essential component of the hemoglobin molecule in red blood cells, which transports oxygen to cells. You can get more iron by eating protein-rich foods such as chicken, turkey, beef, seafood, shellfish, beans and tofu. Dark green leafy vegetables, fortified breakfast cereals and molasses also contain iron. If dietary and vitamin supplements don't help you will need to seek a prescription from a local physician for a medication containing Erythropoietin. Hopefully this fully answers your question. Once satisfied please rate my answer. Thanks.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
i forget to say LOW WHITE BLOOD CELL, can you still prescribe me something please.
Expert:  Dr. C. Rollins replied 1 year ago.

Unfortunately it is not legal to prescribe medications over the internet. Low white blood cell treatments will require an appointment with your local physician. Thanks for the question and I hope the treatment you find for your son is successful.

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