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... Well, I am no doctor, but just reading up on the Primary Adrenal Insufficiency or Addison's Disease sounds like it could cause your symptoms as well as cause anemia. What next steps is your doctor proposing to treat you? ... (14 replies)
... Iron deficiency anemia is the most common anemia in North America. Chances are pretty high that is what you have. Your doctor just needs to determine the source. ... (7 replies)
... Your anemia is not unexplained. ... (4 replies)

... something in your body is not working correctly. You have to find a cause. I was taught that it is not proper to begin iron supplements without first finding a cause for this. That is the first step, next would be to DX and eventually treat according to findings. Blood loss is the most common cause for IDA in women. ... (11 replies)
... Ill try to help because I know how you feel. I have some unexplained anemia too and I know how scary it can be. ... (1 replies)
Severe Anemia
Jan 15, 2013
... It can be life threatening if someone is severely bleeding or the anemia goes untreated for a while. Since your daughter is being treated for it I wouldn't be to worried about that. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... I'm trying to figure out what could be wrong with me! I wanted to post my symptoms and a few of my lab results and see if anyone can relate to this. ... (8 replies)
... Having small hemorrhoids is not a big thing at all. Especially if you just had a 6 week period of GI upset. Doing the prep alone can cause some small internal hems, and add that to 6 weeks of GI problems it's not a surprise that you had some hems. I guess your ferriten is low but it's not that low. ... (6 replies)
... Hi crb, I answered you on my post "common symptoms of anemia", but I do want to add, according to a pamphlet from the Anemia Institute, cancer can reduce red blood cell production and cause anemia. If you've been checked out and you are now in the clear, this probably isn't the problem. ... (2 replies)
Sep 15, 2006
... I am so stressed over the fact that I was diagnosed with borderline anemia about a year And a half ago. I had a colonoscopy to rule out that that was the cause of the anemia. Colonoscopy was ok. Mild diverticulosis. I might say I am 60 years old. ... (5 replies)
Hemolytic Anemia
May 15, 2006
... Hemolytic anemia can be the result of an underlying cause or can itself be a disorder. Your hematologist will need to review your blood tests to determine exactly what you have. ... (36 replies)
... one of my books, or a national anemia council action newsletter, I can't remember which. I will get the details. ... (6 replies)
... and the doctor there told me not to worry about it that it was probably just stress. ... (6 replies)
... Are you sure that anemia is always a result of something? ... (6 replies)
... upplements so they told me to start eating an iron rich diet. They said they were going to schedule me an appointment with a hematologist to try to determine the cause of the issues. ... (0 replies)
... Ferrous sulphate three times a day. In the last few weeks I've been taken to casualty in an ambulance over 10 times with the same symptoms. Some docs saying they can see abnormalities on the ecg , such as not enough oxygen getting to the heart etc. Everytime I get up to the ward, the consultant says my heart is fine. ... (67 replies)
Should I worry?
Apr 7, 2004
... on so there is no way for me to know that. Intermitten fever is also an indication of infection, however some ordinary drugs such as steroids or other treatments can cause low grade fevers. The only thing you can really do is follow up on your doctor's referral to see what is going on before anything gets worse. Take care. ... (1 replies)
... o she wants me to go back to the gastro and also be tested again for celiac because although I had a blood test for this which was negative she said sometimes it can be wrong. ... (4 replies)

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