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... I can't speak for the ferrous sulfate at all but I can tell you when I first started developing anemia symptoms I had bad hot flashes. ... (1 replies)
... When my anemia began to clear up the hot flashes were literally from the body working over time to produce red blood cells. It caused me to have a temporarily speeded up metabolism. ... (4 replies)
... Hi...I have cold agglutinin hemolytic anemia. I have had it for a year and the docs think it was caused by a mycoplasma infection or ebv. My blood counts have been very low, but I have avoided transfusions. ... (8 replies)

... st rule of thumb is "not to panic" because if you do...you'll feel worse. Also, I have pernicious anemia also and my husband thinks it's the same thing like he has....reflux! It is a step up from reflux...I can assure you. ... (4 replies)
... Although I've also been having some hot flashes with this latest round, so I jokingly told my husband that! ... (10 replies)
... p al night and still tired i have never passed out before but i have had plenty of cashiers at work pass out on me because of low iron so please have your peices and parts taken out beleive me hot flashes are a lot better off than laying on the floor bleeding. i take hemocyte plus and i am still tired the last test dr. ... (12 replies)
... you get unexplained weightloss during cancer, or other dreadful diseases. A lot of people who lose weight will talk about the metabolism speeding up temporarily and then after a while a new weight set point occurs. This is something you can study on line if you go to search sites about metabolic processes in the body. ... (4 replies)
... I have never heard that before (where did you get that info) but I think you are very right. Becasue I got my blood work back and my hemoglobin had shot up from 8- 14 in a matter of 2 weeks. I have a cold now so although I don't feel great my blood work says I am getting back to normal. Thanks. (4 replies)
... I posted earlier with the question about mono and link to anemia. The doctor seemed concerned 2 weeks ago my rbc was 2.2 and my hemoglobin was 8. Well I had CBC two days ago and they said my anemia was resolving itself but did not give me my numbers. ... (4 replies)
... Well, brief history... Im 22, skinny, and usually healthy... ... (6 replies)
... Did any of you have night sweats and hot flashes so bad that you were drenched from head to toe on a daily basis? ... (13 replies)
... I don't know why this is in the Anemia topic but I can answer some of that based on my own experiences. ... (2 replies)
Sleep/Achy
Jul 26, 2011
... and stay off of it for a week or 2 after because having a full abdominal hysterectomy messes up your bowels for a while and iron will constipate you. ... (3 replies)
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... Will prolonged and untreated anemia cause any damage to the body that cannot be reversed? ... (5 replies)
... My thyroid issues were a little different. When I was 31, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and had my thyroid removed. It has been almost 14 years now and I am monitored every 3 months with labs. Occasionally, for no real known reason, things will get wacky. ... (5 replies)
... kinds of iron infusion one is sucralose based which has a higher tolerance in patients. The other is dextran which has a higher chance of major allergy reactions and side effects. ... (63 replies)
Feeling sick?
Feb 19, 2006
... Every single one of these previously mentioned symptoms can be anemia or another disease because anemia is also a symptom of a disease, not a diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... I just signed up on here, and I have a question.. maybe somebody can give me some ideas on what could be going on.. ... (2 replies)
Finally, an answer
Dec 12, 2003
... It is so interesting that receptionists can only schedule you for certain times but nurses and other doctors can get you in much sooner. I am glad you got in. ... (25 replies)


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