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... First of all you should never supplement with iron unless you have a DX from medical doctor. What comes first to my mind, is the quesetion, have you had your thyroid tested? ... (2 replies)
... worker was on, but he said his were expensive and he didn't get many in the packet. He is on holidays now, i can ask him what brand they were when he gets back. ... (20 replies)
... I don't think that anemia causes stretch marks. I will share the little that I do know about this. When children go through a major growth period i.e., very tall girls. ... (6 replies)

... Was wondering if anyone could shed some light on these test results. And if I should asked to be checked for anemia or something else? ... (4 replies)
Wife with Anemia
Nov 27, 2008
... I think but I am not certain flowergirl could do better tahn I on this one but I think you can lose hair with anemia......Thyriod problems can cause hair loss too..... ... (5 replies)
... The first thing you need to do is get a copy of your lab results along with the lab ranges. A lot of people are told their thyroid results are normal when they are very low in the normal range and that is not optimal for most. Get those results and post them on the thyroid board. ... (3 replies)
... would cause constipation, not diarrhea. You may have an unrelated digestive problem going on, or there may be more to your thyroid problem than we know. ... (6 replies)
Thyroid and anemia
Feb 22, 2008
... Longstanding, untreated hypothyroidism can cause pernicious anemia and,to some degree, iron deficiency anemia. ... (7 replies)
... The first thing that a doctor should do is to explore the different reasons that might cause anemia. ... (4 replies)
... but is tsh of 7 that bad to cause diarrhea ? ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I was looking for some information about people's personal stories about Iron deficiency anemia on medical forums, but surprisingly that's hard to come by, even on the internet. ... (12 replies)
... I would seriously pursue the thyroid. I know you are under the magic 3.0 number but, I would have myself tested for the anti thyroid anti bodies, and often if you are diagnosed with autoimmune thyroiditis of Hashimotos disease, then a good dr may start treatment. ... (9 replies)
... It sounds like you do not have a good health care facilitator. I won't even refer to that person who is treating you as a doctor. However, even low grade anemia can cause body aches and pains. There are immune disorders that will cause the low iron and the chronic fatigue and muscle pain. ... (10 replies)
... If you are still getting your period, you need to have him evaluate whether or not that is the cause of your low blood counts or anemia.The thyroid test should be evaluated more extensively in case it is the thyroid medication that is not exactly the right dose. ... (17 replies)
... We go back to the doctor in a couple of months and I'll ask her to check my daughter's thyroid and blood work in general. ... (6 replies)
... thank you for your informative post. My TSH is within normal limits. I know that this alone is not an indicator of a good thyroid function and other tests, such as a freeT3, are needed. I assume the thyroid function is OK since my neck looks normal. ... (27 replies)
... What is really most helpful is finding out what your low iron or anemia is being caused by as it's most often a symptom of another illness. ... (6 replies)
... I really think my low iron is due to my period difficulties. A year ago, I hemorrhaged, was put in the hospital due to dehydration and lost three units of blood. I don't think my blood has ever fully recovered from that episode, plus I have had some heavy periods since then. I will ask the dr. if he checked my B-12/folate and if not, will request that he do so. Anything... (17 replies)
... The biopsy confirms celiac, true, BUT... You can have early stages with high levels of antibodies but no obvious antestinal damage yet. ... (16 replies)
... Something as simple as eating gluten containing foods can cause anemia in people who are gluten intolerant. Some have a severe problem with this an it's called Celiacs. ... (1 replies)




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