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... Yes, terrible joint pain! I too, saw a rheumatologist who found nothing, no thyroid problems, nothing. ... (6 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)
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... wow cause I feel like a zombie. I have had at least 4 naps today and I could probably turn the lights out and sleep through the night right now. ... (12 replies)
... Heamochromatosis can cause joint pain, but i think that is in the hands. If you are having joint pain and hair loss has that been attributed to anemia? ... (10 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)
... sorry your still not feeling well. Do you suffer at all with anxiety, ive had conflicting advice from doc's, one says my symptoms are through anemia and the other says anxiety. ... (5 replies)
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... bound, and now I can hardly stand up to put a small load of laundry in the wash...and that's the tip of the iceberg. ... (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)
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Feeling blah
Jul 28, 2009
... s to have me go in the hospital for intavenous iron. My ferritin is 19. I thought that was a bit drastic so I went to the library and checked out every book on anemia and did research on the computer and celiac disease kept popping up. Celiac is an auto immune disease that prevents you from absorbing nutrients. ... (6 replies)
... Reactive Protein. Also, I have read that Anemia can cause the Sed Rate to go up. Your Sed Rate is within normal range and your CRP is above range. This is probably related to your PA. ... (3 replies)
... where you can be anemic and still have hemochromatosis so I guess that's the root of my fear. ... (10 replies)
... ion" are thrown around. I was also told that "most" women my age are mildly anemic, and thats it's nothing to be concerned about and that a low ferritin does not cause ANY symptoms. And I can't see another doctor, so I'm really at a loss for what to do! ... (12 replies)
... Then this moved on to clicking and aching joint pain in wrists thumbs and shoulders. I cannot lie on my side in bed now. ... (6 replies)
... integrative Doctor to find out root cause of symptoms. That vitamin D level alone will make you feel very fatigued. Don't take no for answer. FYI I was at vit D level 20 and felt awful. ... (4 replies)
... ave only been minimally tested for iron with only CBCs in the past. My hematocrit and hemoglobin levels have been out of range for about a year but not enough to cause any concern. ... (10 replies)
... re not familiar with Pernicious anemia it is something that gets worse with time and if untreated is life threatening and yes like the previous message can cause permanent nerve damage. ... (11 replies)
... butoxyethanol it is in lots of things. And you can get it 2nd hand by being around someone who is strongly exposed and exhaling it in their breath. ... (28 replies)

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