Aplastic anemia is a blood related disorder wherein the human body stops producing blood cells at the usual rate. Hence, there arises a deficiency in the amount of red and white blood cells in the body, which leads to further complications. This condition is sometimes chronic in nature and can lead to serious issues like fatigue, running out of breath, headache, skin rashes, dizziness and such others. During the course of this disease if a person gets a cut, then he/she is bound to bleed more than the normal limit. Risk factors of this disease include toxic chemicals, chemotherapy, blood related disorders, usage of certain drugs, and others.
HOW IS APLASTIC ANEMIA DIAGNOSED?
Aplastic anemia is diagnosed with blood tests to count the types of blood cells circulating in the blood. When two or three of the cell counts is extremely low, that is a strong indication of aplastic anemia