Hemoglobin is an important element in the blood in the blood in the body, which transmits oxygen from the lungs to various organs, making the body functional and healthy. If the amount of hemoglobin is appropriate, then the life expectancy of the blood remains at 90-120 days. Thalassemia is a blood-related ‘genetic disease’ in which red blood cells start to shrink rapidly and are not new again. Because of this, oxygen does not reach the right amount in the body. So new blood cells can not become. This condition is called thyselmia. The thymassemia can be divided into two main parts: Major and Minor. Persons suffering from the thalassemia major need to have periodic blood transfusion. Furthermore, the more serious thing is that the disease is hereditary. That is, parents can inherit their offspring too. Due to the lack of awareness of this disease, the disease is applied to the generation every generation.
If any of the parents have a thalassemia disease, then the child also has the fear of developing thalassemia. It is therefore imperative that every couple should take their medical checkup before marriage. If both of them have minor or major thalassemia, then the child has the potential to become thalassemia major. In such cases, if a woman is pregnant, she should be examined after 10 weeks of pregnancy so that the child is aware of the disease or not. Another remedy is to treat the child with Thalassemia, the child’s life can be protected by a bone marrow transplant system.
In India, there are 10 thousand major children in Thesshemia
One research has found that in India, there are 10 thousand major children of Thamesia major birth. When this year is around 1 lakh in the world. More than 2,25,000 children currently suffering from thalassemia in India. From this, the seriousness of this disease can be understood. The symptoms of this disease are found in children between 6 to 18 months of birth. The main symptoms of this disease are the skin of the child’s skin, not getting sleep, taking proper diet, vomiting, fever.
IVF Techniques Reduce Thalassemia Risk
At present, many couples are being born with IVF technology. If there are progressive advances in science and medical care, these risk-related couples are required to do pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) testing, if they are having IVF treatment. In the PGD test, genetic defects in the parents are investigated. So that the defective gene can be removed in the child. After IVF treatment, diagnosis of these types of specific diseases and abnormalities in the fetus is diagnosed and subsequently the fetus is implanted in the womb of the womb. Thus thalassemia parents can reduce the chances of getting the disease in their child. As well as giving a healthy and healthy life to the child