Our expert says:
The most likely reason for his low haemoglobin count is the possibility of gastro-intestinal bleeding. He should consult a gastroenterologist for an examination, gastroscopy and colonoscopy. The liver failure should be investigated, as there are different treatments available.
Please refer to the following article about liver failure: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronic_liver_failure
It is important to note that your father will have bleeding tendancy due to the fact that with liver failure, the normal clotting process is disturbed.
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