I’ve had a long history of bleeding issues due to my hormonal imbalances, that are usually triggered by stress. Whenever I have this, I always try to resolve it on my own. I take the same pills and medicines as was previously prescribed by my doctor. However, this particular time, medicines were not having any effect, and I had continuous bleeding for almost 6 months.

During that time, a colleague informed me that she has had issues with her blood count, and her Doctor had warned her that if she fainted, she could be paralysed or even die. This made me think. And I went to several hospitals to see whether I can get a blood transfusion as my blood count is really low. But after searching for several days, I was told me that my blood count is not low enough – the normal blood count of a healthy person is 12-15 and mine was at 7.2. They said the count has to be at least 6 to administer a transfusion.

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Hanna Ambat , Singapore
Hanna Ambat , Singapore

Hannah Ambat, originally from Philippines is now working in Singapore, and is actively involved in the mission initiatives of Jesus Youth Singapore.