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    Default Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA)

    Hi My daughter have been diagnosed with Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) is a group of conditions where a person’s immune system destroys their red blood cells (RBCs). These rare conditions occur when antibodies—proteins that normally protect us from viruses or other infections—attach to a person’s own RBCs by mistake.

    Testing neg. to all the things that can cause (AIHA)
    Getting a second opinion
    8 blood transfusions
    taking prednisone not working
    Last edited by suelove60; 08-04-2013 at 07:28 PM.

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    Hi & welcome to BT. it gets busier in the bad weather. glad you're going for a second opinion. sorry steroids aren't working. good luck finding the right answers. might take while.

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    Thank you Buttons2 ,
    We did find out some answers not sure I like all of them .
    My daughter has AIHA ,EVANS CVID AND ALPS . They all have something to do with her immune system Alps is the big one and very rare .

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