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Old Wed Aug 21, 2013, 08:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Chirley View Post
When I was treated by the haematologist I had pre meds because I had lots of antibodies and had a rash and fever one time. Then I didn't need transfusions for a long time and then I was told they couldn't find the antibodies any more and this new physician doesn't order pre meds.

I wondered about the antibodies because its two different labs. The first lab had a list of 6 antibodies, this new lab says no antibodies. I don't know how that works though, something else to learn about when I'm not so tired.

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Chirley
My Dr, won't give 3 units on the same day. 2 one day, 1 the next day. I get Lasix between the 1st and the 2nd. Don't need it with 1 unit. I get Pre meds before the blood. Benadryl, Tylenol,Hydro Cortisone.
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82 yr. old male. Diagnosed in 2003. Started Blood infusion 1/5/2004, average of 2 units every 2 weeks. Inject Procrit weekly 40,000 ML. I have had 344 units of PRC. E Mail leojean@comcast.net
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