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... ious specialists to try and rule out the most obvious causes before I go see the neurologist in April. I've had various symptoms for awhile, but the latest round of symptoms have been worse than ever. And in some cases, life threatening. ... (3 replies)
... Your blood count is low enough to say you are mildly anemic, which can cause symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Honestly he's right. None of those counts are that low and nothing I would be concerned about. The normal range for hemoglobin is 11. ... (3 replies)

... White Blood Cell Count 3. ... (4 replies)
Freshener infusion
Jan 29, 2017
... I have chronic anemia with no cause. Two years ago went to ER with an iron level of 1 and a blood count of 5. Lots of symptoms that seemed obvious after. I had been going to my primary care for some, an ENT for the pulsative tinnitus, a nutritionist for feeling so tired, etc. ... (1 replies)
... I had a lower hemoglobin, hematocrit, and red blood cell count about a few weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
Anemic, but WHY?
Oct 31, 2014
... up to rule it out. A retic count would be high and Coombs test positive. ... (5 replies)
... RLS is commonly associated with IDA, Iron Deficiency Anemia. ... (7 replies)
... imagine having to go gluten free, I am very sorry for you. I was very thankful that I did not test positive for this one. But as it has been pointed out it can cause major health problems if you don't. So, it is up to you at this point, right? ... (4 replies)
... a finally got bad enough that my Internist became concerned, we ran a few tests. The upper endoscopy and lower colonoscopy came back normal for anything that may cause bleeding. ... (8 replies)
... sorry to hear about your iron dilema, but i did the same thing as you did. ... (20 replies)
... There are different kinds of anemia, and lack of iron is only one kind. You could have B12 deficiency as mentioned previously or folic acid deficiency. Folic acid can be checked in blood as well as B12. ... (4 replies)
Feeling so bad...
Sep 15, 2009
... Your B12, iron and folic acid levels could be low, which cause almost all the symptoms you describe. ... (2 replies)
... low iron in and of itself should not cause any noticable symptoms. It's when the low levels lead to anemia that you will notice a difference. ... (7 replies)
... thank you for your reply... i am told i have a problem with my ferritin... as well as my vitamin D. i've been put on 50,000 IU of vitamin D and iron and will have another test in 2 weeks. on my own i've been taking yellow dock. ... (36 replies)
... end...which could mean something.Her ferritin isn't that great either....ferritin is the better test for iron I've heard.At this point it is hard to say that anything is pointing to anything.RainbowsEnd will be sure to have something to add about this. ... (34 replies)
... A deficiency in B vitamins can cause your MCV to go high. This is the most common reason but could relate to anything. In IDA the MCV is low which is the case for many of us here. ... (2 replies)
... In May, I was admitted to the hospital for two days with what is believed to be pancreatitis. My white blood count was through through the roof. I underwent an echocardiogram, MRI, CT, and an ERCP where the gastro widened my bile ducts. ... (0 replies)
... e at the computer all day only to complete 3 or 4 sentences or try to read technical articles for my research and cant even begin to process the information. My cause is uterine bleeding and next month I will have a hysterectomy to finally resolve the issue. ... (7 replies)


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