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... So I'm 19 haven't gotten my period in nearly a year. I'm normal weight, I'm definitely not pregnant, and I don't have a hormone imbalance. I took Provera to jump start my period but it didn't work. I'm wondering if I might have anemia and that's what's causing me to stop getting my period. ... (4 replies)
... The lack of a period is suspicious, but I would not start iron until your doctor tells you to because iron can be toxic and you aren't shedding blood on a monthly basis as you should. ... (4 replies)
... am 15 and i think i have anemia i dont eat alot of meat mosts meat make me feel really ill. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks for your reply... I was wondering did you feel better a few days after taking iron pills? ... (5 replies)
... I also had muscle weakness, but not everyone experiences this. They started thinking that I had MS because of all of my symptoms together. Thank goodness that was not the case. ... (5 replies)
... Dee first of all you are so very lucky to have a doctor who cares enough to go to the mat for you. If you read some of the post, most doctor will either dismiss that there is something wrong or other who won't tell you what to do. ... (1 replies)
... Yes. Iron that is lost quickly through a monthly period or from a sudden gastro bleed, can cause more fatique than a chronic low blood hemaglobin. It has to do with the body's coping mechanisms to slow down activity so the oxygen that is available can be spread out to the important places such as heart and brain. ... (6 replies)
... You are going to have to fix that problem. I didn't want surgery, but I did have an endometrial ablation last year to stop my heavy bleeding and they found 7 polyps that we didn't know about so those were removed at that time. ... (5 replies)
Nov 1, 2008
... Yes, I have suffered most of your symptoms. This is different for everyone. A low ferritin can cause many symptoms, you don't say if you are anemic yet or not. The end stage of the ferritin stores is anemia. Are you taking your iron all the time and how much? ... (4 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)
... You might consider a zinc deficiency. Zinc causes fatigue, a spacey feeling, mental lethargy, senisitivity to bright lights, and some other things. One thing that struck me was that eating made you feel better. I have multi deficiencies because of a disorder. ... (4 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)
... if your periods are 'normal' then i'd not think that your low iron would be due to that. The problem is that low iron can be due to so many things. ... (12 replies)
... Anemia can reflect poor diet, genetic disorders, immune disorders, heavy menstrual periods, postpartum childbirth, there is anemia of chronic disease such as pernicious anemia, lupus, and kidney disease. There are many many more things that cause anemia besides cancer. ... (5 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. This growth period can cause stretch marks for some. ... (6 replies)
... Your anemia is not unexplained. ... (4 replies)
... This happened to me as well. Any form of bleeding while you are anemic is not good. Your body is trying to play catch up with these iron supps and then you have a period and you lose what you are gaining. ... (5 replies)
... HappyFeet77, First I would like to say I feel most Doctors blame anemia on gastric by pass so you will now hear that from them all. I have had anemia since I was a teenager they blamed it on my period then tumors from endometriosis, then I had a hysterectomy and they blamed it on a gastric by pass... ... (3 replies)
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Feb 23, 2004
... deficiency anemia about four months ago. My ferritin was a 2, and my hemoglobin a 9. ... (0 replies)
Jul 14, 2009
... Sorry I wasn't here for a while to respond to your post, in response to my questions prior. From what I gather from your labs, back in Sept. '08 you were at that time considered to be moderately anemic as reflected in your Hgb count, you also have a decreased MCV of 69. ... (5 replies)

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