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... reasons than anemia. Some of which also can actually cause an iron deficiency because they crave other things like dirt and starch. In anemia, however, eating ICE does not cause IDA rather it is a symptom of IDA. ... (1 replies)
... What does chewing ice have to do with anemia? ... (1 replies)
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... What type of anemia do you have? ... (25 replies)
... going through at least 6 ice trays a day. I found out from my dentist, that this is a condition called PICA, and quite common for anemics. Google it if anyone is interested. ... (25 replies)
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Jun 14, 2013
... I also want to ask does anyone with anemia crave peanut butter? ... (2 replies)
... ket in the summer at all times. Also I have been falling asleep while driving, working, talking on the phone, etc. I also have severe RLS and I am an excessive ice chewer. I have chipped teeth, but I cannot stop chewing ice all day long every day. ... (7 replies)
... ok to start off i have delt with this since i was a child. iron def. anemia. the last time i had my anemia checked was a year and a half ago...my dr. quit and i was stranded so i have not gotten it checked.... ... (1 replies)
... my hemo doc put me on weekly ferlicit and I am just now getting around to the beginning of the normal range. Cookie is right it's called Pica, I had a serious ice chewing habit, but literally after like 3 weeks of the ferlicit the ice craving completely disapeared. ... (23 replies)
... t last week and he told me I had fractures on some of my back teeth and that eventually I would need crowns on those teeth. I knew immediately it had to be from chewing the ice and he confirmed it. Now not only do I have the anemia to deal with but teeth issues. I've tried to cut back on the ice chewing. ... (25 replies)
... After my first iron infusion, my ice obsession started going away. After six weeks of infusions, I can't believe I ever craved ice. Although I now need 4 crowns!!!! ... (25 replies)
... I am happy to report that my ice chewing craving is officially GONE!!!!!! I was driving my daughter nuts, I am sooo glad that I had that infusion!! ... (25 replies)
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... I was diagnosed with iron defeciency anemia and I had noticed way before I found out that I was anemic that all wanted to do was chew ice. It was like I couldn't get enough ice! ... (5 replies)
... I am just curious. I know chewing ice is a sign of anemia, but before when my hgb was 8, I was craving gum and chewing it constantly. If I ran out I would have to go to the store and buy more. I was buying 3 packs a week. I felt like a smoker. ... (5 replies)
... and avm and my heavy periods. But my last labs is really good, hgb 14 and ferritin of 70, that was two months ago, but I know my iron maybe low again, have been chewing ice. I go to my hematologist in a few weeks, so he will check my labs again. ... (29 replies)
... It's sort of weird how I found this out, I realized I've been chewing lot of ice lately. I didn't possibly think that chewing ice could be a symptom of Anemia but I researched more information and realized that I may have Anemia. ... (2 replies)
... Besides ice, I wanted to eat Gain laundry detergent and Comet cleanser. I don't have those cravings anymore now that I am on iron pills. (25 replies)
... I also chew ice now stop, finally got my doc to do a iron count and found out severe anemic and low ferritin. I have been driving my family nuts with this. ... (25 replies)
... i was wondeirng if anyone had any other things they crave besides ice? i crave ice, dirt, sand anything that will crunch in my teeth, but i have one thing i crave that is embarassing, people would think i was weird. does anyone have any weird cravings? would i be shunned if i shared my weird craving? :confused: (25 replies)




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