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... m always too long. My wife has iron deficient anemia and has had for several years now. She does not tolerate oral iron supplements well at all. Therefore has never taken them for more than a few days at a time. ... (2 replies)
... Is it possible that a reason for my anemia may never be found? ... (3 replies)
... Anyways my questions are, could I have anemia? ... (2 replies)

... was 180. I do not have heavy periods to explain this and my fecal occult samples came out negative. My hemocrit and RDW values were indicative of iron deficiency anemia as stated by my doctor. So, she immediately put me on Slow Fe 325mg pills 3 times a day. ... (0 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... hmmm okay, a couple days ago my family was concerned because I looked so pale. Should I tell my doctor? Or just dismiss it? I'm not sure if he would believe me. XD (5 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... her tests may be needed. Most anemias can be treated pretty easily, but it is important to know why one is anemic. GI problems can cause anemia, not the reverse. Anemia and gall bladder disease are normally not connected. It sounds like you may have anemia, with the pallor others notice and your fatigue. ... (5 replies)
... Firstly, i think it's ok to ask non anemia questions if it's possibly linked to anemia. As for my pancreas, i never knew i had a problem and never suspected i lacked in digestive enzymes. ... (15 replies)
... Those are all very good questions. Generally, even microscopic bleeding can build up and cause anemia. The high platlet count indicates that you are bleeding some where or that the red blood cells are being destroyed too fast and that is triggering the platelets to form to try to stop the bleeding. My guess and this IS only a guess, is that you are or have been seeping blood... (3 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... It sounds like your GI doc is more interested in helping you and certainly could do a test for anemia. That would be important anyway if you have a GI problem that can cause anemia, like inflammatory bowel disease or celiac disease. Maybe your GI doc can recommend another family Dr. that will believe you feel sick and take your concerns seriously. (5 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... Well when I first saw him he didn't believe me that I was feeling sick. He said it was just Irritable bowel syndrome, then finally he sent me off to a gastrointestinal and she finally diagnosed my problem. So I just feel like when I go see my family doctor he won't believe me, or hell put it off again -__-. Should I just go to my GI doctor? (5 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... Your Dr will be able to see the pale color if you family can. Plus, you are complaining of fatigue, dizziness and bowel problems, so why would he not believe you? You are not going to see Dr for a trivial complaint. The fatigue and dizziness can be from anemia, and bowel problems can cause anemia, so these are probably all connected. (5 replies)
Anemia Questions?
Jul 30, 2012
... Because I have trouble with my bowels, But I also need my Gallbladder removed. So I don't know if its from anemia or my Gallbladder. ... (5 replies)
Anemia questions
Jun 27, 2003
... I was told (by the doc and the pharmasict) that my level of anemia really has nothing to do with my hair loss or my being so tired/fatigued. Am I going nuts or is it are my symptoms valid? (7 replies)
... pernicious anemia and check out the different links to see what they say about this anemia. You will be glad that you did! ... (37 replies)
... Hemolytic anemia is an autoimmune disorder, and is often triggered by something like a virus or chemical exposure or some illness. Your hemoglobin is very low. ... (22 replies)
Ferritin questions
Aug 29, 2010
... I know it has been awhile since this was posted but very helpful. My ferritin level is less than one (My md said it was undetectable) but my cbc was normal. I feel terrible. I see an endocrinologist tomorrow and a hemotologist Friday. My tsh was normal but didn't do any free testing. A random blood sample cortisol level was low. Hoping I find out some answers soon. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin questions
Nov 12, 2009
... and can also be elevated in the presence of an iron deficiency anemia. For example, i.e., if you have an infection with iron deficiency anemia you can be iron deficient with a very high ferritin. ... (2 replies)
... triglyceride level and family history. I'm now a little worried that something other than anemia may be causing my symptoms. Don't know anything about stress tests.... ... (8 replies)
... But I read somewhere that megaloblastic anemia is also called pernicious anemia? ... (40 replies)
... ly no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. Hemolytic anemia is caused by the red blood cells being destroyed sooner than they are supposed to be and putting too much stress on your bone marrow to make new cells. ... (17 replies)

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