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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)
... holistic doctor. My symptoms are severe pain in my hips, legs, feet, shoulders and hands. In addition to weakness and fatigue, blurred vision and tingling in hands and arms. ... (4 replies)
No apparent cause
Sep 20, 2003
... I also have a localized tenderness under my right rib cage and one vertebrae bone has become so painful that I feel it during sleep. ... (1 replies)

... it's great for a short term use, but it's hard on your kidneys, and if your kidneys start having trouble, I think that can cause anemia as well. My dr didn't want me on it longer than a month. ... (12 replies)
... which I would do in a heartbeat to find the cause of all my issues! ... (6 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)
... vel drops very low and then my hemoglobin drops.! The Dr's have checked me for everything to see were I am loosing the blood. They can't find any reason for the cause of the anemia..... ... (63 replies)
... I was diagnosed with anemia in 2008 and received a series of iron transfusion of 8 within a few months. My hemoglobin was 9.4 and reached up to 11. ... (6 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)
... and the pain they felt was in their bones after they had the shots. ... (2 replies)
... I know how hard it is when you have so many symptoms. Especially when your taking multi meds. that cause even more of them. This is what I kept telling my doctors that were pushing more meds when I felt so bad. ... (5 replies)
... for quite some time now and the anemia is returning as a result. Do you know what type of anemia you have? ... (2 replies)
... then depression all the time, very grouchy personality changes ... This chemical, also known as ethylene glycol monobuytl ether, is known to cause hemolytic anemia, but I have wondered why it is so hard to find? ... (0 replies)
... it's not anemia related". Frustrating. I hope they can get it figured out for you. Do you by any chance take Nexium? ... (74 replies)
... n, as well as many vitamins, doesn't get absorbed by the diseased small bowel. I would recommend anyone who is chronically low on iron or anemic without apparent cause be checked for that. ... (14 replies)
... ospital. I received 2 pints of blood, and was sent home with my iron at 11 and my hemoglobin at 9. I can't absorb iron pills due to weight loss surgery, and they cause severe stomach pain, along with bloody stools. In the past 6 months I started exhibiting strange symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... this morning in addition to my supplements, but I am so concerned there is still something going on they haven't found. I did read that very low ferritin levels can cause your levels to drop after several months of supplementing because the bone marrow is claiming its due, but I only read this one place. ... (2 replies)




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