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... Your heart palpatations may be caused by low magnesium... have that checked. ... (6 replies)
... First, your blood pressure is not low. In fact the upper number is quite high which would also cause lethargy. Second, get your thyroid checked. It can be causing the high blood pressure and the anxiety symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... t. In most cases outside help is needed in the form of iron supplements of some kind.. However if you have a slight iron deficiency then eating iron rich foods may bring your levels up to normal. ... (67 replies)

... My doctor seems to think there is not really an issue and isn't concerned about the cause or getting the levels up but I will persevere now that I know it likely is the cause. ... (50 replies)
... her job! Is having anemia dangerous? ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for that, I don't really know what I'm talking about in terms of what kind of Anemia but if Iron deficiency can cause depression thats probably what I'm thinking of. There have been other symptoms aside from the depression though and am really confused. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to understand whether there is a valid cause for concern and if so, it is important for me to investigate the cause of this. ... (3 replies)
... had nerve testing MRI of my head and neck, two separate MRI's. I was told it was anxiety. I also had to take a 500 question test to rule out other things like depression which I did not have. At that time I was prescribed antidepressants which I didn't take because I felt that I didn't need them. ... (5 replies)
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Jan 6, 2008
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... supplement by mouth will not work your slavia simply disolves it before it gets into your blood strem...hench the injections!!! you may have to take shots everyday for a couple of weeks maybe a month? ... (4 replies)
... The cause needs to be found and treated. Any amount of bleeding over a long period of time is enough to cause anemia. It could also be diet, etc. You need to figure out why you have it, treat it, and continue with your iron therapy until it resolves. ... (5 replies)
... Note that this is only what is ordered if you are asking about iron deficiency anemia. There are other forms of anemia that would require different laboratory investigations to determine. ... (6 replies)
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... that nutritional deficiency can cause chronic fatigue and a low ferritin can be a trigger for Fibro symptoms and I do know this is a very controversial topic. ... (2 replies)
... I have been housebound for 9 yrs so figure Vit D may be an issue. My skin never sees daylight. ... (6 replies)
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... I have in mind can cause a very high heart rate. ... (40 replies)
Need your advice!!
Sep 30, 2007
... Please be careful with iron IV. I know that this is the "answer" for many people. But like the other poster pointed out, it is a last resort. IV iron can cause allergic reactions and it has its own side effects depending on what they use. Some of them can make you feel really bad for a week after the treatment. ... (11 replies)
Question
Jan 14, 2007
... ve your concerns regarding low red blood cell count. The other symptoms can relate to depression, premenstrual syndrome or chronic fatigue syndrom which can also cause anemia. The foods that can trigger the feelings may be foods that you are allergic to and create the fatigue. ... (1 replies)
... You are apparently someone with a handful of problems that may be harmless to the body, but are very disabilitating none the less. ... (2 replies)


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