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... m always too long. My wife has iron deficient anemia and has had for several years now. She does not tolerate oral iron supplements well at all. Therefore has never taken them for more than a few days at a time. ... (2 replies)
... Here's one of my trademarked "elementary school" questions. Does ablation just correct the symptom of heavy bleeding? ... (5 replies)
... ly easy and I was very ill at the time. It was one of the best things that I have ever done for myself. What a relief. Even if it is not the cause behind your anemia it is so worth it!!!!!! I hardly have a period, although I still have one monthly. I only have to use a linner and nothing usually gets that far. ... (21 replies)

... There are some types of anemia that iron won't help like autoimmune hemolytic anemia. If it's something like that, no amount of iron is going to make you feel any better. ... (4 replies)
... We must be twins!!! I also thought about an ablation but didn't go ahead with it. I am thinking of going with merina. I don't do well on the pills and I am def done with kids. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this message board. I just discovered this condition, pernicious anemia, and my symptoms seem to match what I'm reading. I understand nobody can diagnose, but wanted to see if your experiences are consistent with mine. About a month ago, my GP did blood work and discovered that I am anemic, and I also had a positive ANA test. They referred me to a... (4 replies)
... They have it there..some people have jad no side effects really with the IV maybe it will be ok.. does your doctor want to do that and also your scores that were just listed are they recent.. ... (9 replies)
... houghts, make notes and call the MA or PA for this doctor and tell them how you are feeling after your visit, and that you would like to request the following to help you to deal with this situation. ... (5 replies)
... only thing left in there that it could be! No colon. for me, my Dr. hasn't even recommended this yet. I have another OB appt on the 25th to talk about getting an ablation done, I really hope she rules out endo. before she does this, but if she doesn't will that be bad? ... (6 replies)
... Yes, he believes that a hysterectomy will give my body the ability to retain blood and bring up my iron level. However, I have a bleeding disorder that doctors have never been able to find a cause for. I've had several urine, pelvic, and rectal exams that showed blood loss my whole life. In addition, I've had sonograms since 9 years old that show pools of blood in my abdomen... (6 replies)
... So does this last Hematologist think that a hysterectomy will solve your problems? ... (6 replies)
... ally STARVING for oxygen, every cell, organ, tissue. Starving, including our brains. So in my own opinion I think that is where all the psychological issues with anemia come from. It sucks. Having xanex is probably a good thing. ... (12 replies)
... w be your new goal, not just to reach the charts again. And..... also, know that your labs will be thrown off whack as well, when one thing is out of range when anemia presents, many other things follow. So don't be alarmed by that. It scares many people when they see this. I cannot believe your numbers, they are really low. ... (2 replies)
Chronic Low Iron?
Aug 13, 2008
... Whenever there is any blood loss, to some degree it does cause more iron loss. So if there is a problem, to stop any blood loss will only help matters. I wasn't able to raise my levels until I had an ablation that stopped almost all the bloodloss. ... (24 replies)
... In the meantime, there is a nurse from my doc's clinic, who specializes in reproductive health and does Pap's, etc. who comes regularly to my school's health center to provide those services. ... (10 replies)
... I had a uterine ablation in January. They think it was my monthly periods causing the anemia. I don't think it was. ... (15 replies)
... Glad we were able to help a little, I know with this sort of thing it doesn't get better until the test are complete. It seems typical and ordinary to have to wait for the colonoscopy. ... (13 replies)
... plex is just 85 mgs of iron but it's filled with a lot of other wonderful vitamins that help it absorb as well as b's etc. Eat a tablespoon or 2 of molasses everyday. ... (5 replies)
... bleeding. My husband faxed my labs to his Gi doc and they got me in in 3 days. All was normal. I then went to the GYN all showed normal but was not. I had an ablation for heavy bleeding they found 7 polyps that were normal. ... (8 replies)
... I am guessing that there is a cut off level at which your doctor would not be willing to chance complications. I also imagine that he will be doing a Prothrombin time test which tests as to how fast your blood clots. That would give him/her and idea as to whether or not you would be a candidate for surgery as well. In the end, the answer will be whether or not your iron... (1 replies)

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