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... many doctors overlook anemia, I went to two different gynocologists, because of heavy periods and they all sorts of tests, blood work and such and determined the cause of my heavy bleeding, but none checked my blood count which is odd considering my complaint is bleeding to much for many years. ... (8 replies)
Signs of anemia???
Oct 23, 2004
... Anemia can cause bone pain. Usually, bone pain from anemia is caused when the marrow stores are being called on to produce additonal red blood cells at a intense rate. That could translate to knee or joint pain. ... (2 replies)
... aware if things are getting worse. At the time of my anemia crisis, I'd had GERD for 5 yrs. ... (4 replies)

... t have enough red blood cells to carry oxygen to its various parts. Low red blood cell count can also cause headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness, coldness in your hands and feet, chest pain and even pale or yellowish skin. ... (6 replies)
... wait and see though with regards to the iron, as I have noticed a positive change. I have many other problems that may or may not be related. I have widespread body pain. I pronate when I walk, and have overuse injuries to my feet and possibly ankles. ... (21 replies)
... which I would do in a heartbeat to find the cause of all my issues! ... (6 replies)
... I thought my heart was going to stop. My whole family kept saying "come on Mom you can do it!" and I made it to the top but I've never been the same since. I honestly can say I never recovered from that mountain climb last November. ... (10 replies)
... ngs, ringing ears, anable to warm up , eye sight failing ect. ect. As I am totally over feeling this way I convinced my Dr to start testing for anything that has anemia as a symptom. ... (23 replies)
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... 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)
Pernicious Anemia
Mar 21, 2008
... I started having problems in April '07. I had a very sore throat. The pain was far down in my throat and it hurt to even swallow a banana. Everytime I ate something it was extremely painful to swallow. ... (2 replies)
... I will have stong, deep pain in my left foot. ... (2 replies)
... The jaundice is a sign that your hemolytic anemia is acting up. Your body is destroying more red cells than the liver can filter, and so the waste product seeps out and makes your skin yellow. Predisone will stop that. Jaundice is a symptom that the hemolytic anemia is active. ... (17 replies)
... Read the other posts. Many women here are experiencing anemia as a result of heavy periods. Although mine weren't particularly heavy my body can't seem to absorb adequate amounts of iron so I really couldn't afford to lose any. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks, Missa. Very helpful to learn. I'm experiencing similar tiredness. Exhausted, afraid to ride my bike b/c I'm close to falling off - and did, ~8 months ago. I don't drive, so I need to bike, in addition to walking to buses, for transportation. I am bedridden a lot, too. The week after finals, in May, I spent in bed for a week, wondering what was wrong. This last... (8 replies)
Abdominal pain
Mar 31, 2006
... You can have iron overload and anemia at the same time. Although I hope that you do not have appendicitis or iron overload. The overload means that the body is storing the iron rather than using it properly. The body might be storing the extra iron in the abdominal tissues, but hopefully not. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like you have a very good doctor. My doctors are the best that insurance can buy. But they give me about 15 minutes coding time for billing so I get very little attention. I will tell you what I have learned in my own search. ... (12 replies)
... My joint pain does respond to Pred, usually, although right now, the burning pain in my hip is not going away, despite 40mg of PRed. I'm starting to worry. ... (6 replies)
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Taking a while
Nov 13, 2009
... lls which takes up to 120 days. So you still have many small cells floating around so to speak that carry less oxygen to the organs which are what operates your body function. So, no you are not functioning normally at this point. ... (1 replies)

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