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Ice and Anemia
Oct 6, 2006
... Coral,definitely call your doctor and asked to have a CBC checked to see if you're anemic. This is important if you're TTC. ... (4 replies)
... The heavy bleeding caused me to become anemic. I was constantly eating ice and I was so tired I felt like if I closed my eyes to sleep I could die. That's how drowsy I would become. Anyway, I started having really bad problems with pvc's. ... (2 replies)
... for at least 4 years. I would tell my doctors this even my gastric bypass doctor who I adore and they would just laugh at me. ... (5 replies)

... who's hgb went down to 6, while on a trip south. She craved ice! I thought it was interesting. I never got below 8, but have had 6 units of blood since 2004, and never really craved ice...Wonder why ice is craved...need the fluid? ... (5 replies)
Useful information
Jan 11, 2008
... This is what happened to me. I never eat ice normally. I then started eating ice all the time, couldn't get enough. Went on the internet read about PICA being a symptom of anemia. Continued eating ice and a lot. ... (6 replies)
... That's just it, many people do not know that they are anemic until it has gone on for a long time. Sometimes it is also caught on a routine blood test and those people can catch it early. For me my first unknown to me symptom was that I began eating ice "PICA" which is unlike me. ... (7 replies)
... I've always heard that eating ice was a sign of anemia but numerous months ago when I started craving ice, I never thought about it. All my life, I had heard that..... ... (5 replies)
... Eating ice was the first sign of my anemia, my Ferritin was 2 at the time. ... (5 replies)
... Pica that is what it is called eating ice which is common in anemia. I chewed ice for several years and no one really seemed concerned except my dentist. It was my hemotologist that connected the two together. You really need to have your ferritin level checked. ... (5 replies)
... pear, apple, grapefruit, orange, and white grape increase iron absorption including white wine. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, I was eating ice like my life depended on it! I couldn't go from my car to a restaurant without my hughe cup of ice! ... (6 replies)
... in your head!! The difference in eating ice and PICA is that some people just like to chew it and enjoy it. For me, I took ice to the bath, store, always in the car. Glass after glass until my daughter finally told me that I was out of control. It was BAD. ... (2 replies)
... My Daughter is 12 years old and started her periods over a year ago now. ... (3 replies)
... Eating large amounts of ice is a sign that your ferritin is low. I chewed ice for years. When I went to my first hematologist appointment, the first thing he asked was did I chew ice. I said yes, he then asked to see my finger nails. ... (5 replies)
... Anemia is one of those conditions that over time your body will adjust and you will have fewer symptoms even if you are still anemic. The symptoms of anemia come on gradually if it is being caused by a slow loss of blood. ... (5 replies)
... does eating alot of ice make you anemic I had gastric bypass and I am at a 6 or below on my iron what can I do (5 replies)
New to Anemia
Jun 11, 2008
... The cause is basically I had Gastric Bypass 7 years ago and now I am not absorbing Iron from my food and the vitamins I have been taking is no longer enough. ... (9 replies)
... I have been anemic most of my adult life off and on. ... (23 replies)
Oct 24, 2006
... s possible, I've tried to make this thread a couple times but it just kept getting bigger. 22 year old male, skinny, 120 pounds 5'9 very hard to gain weight. Was anemic as a child. Have been depressed since I was 15, started having anxiety and panic attacks 2 years ago after a stressful event. ... (2 replies)
... In October, I was told i was severly anemic. I had gone to the doctor for blood work, because of some kidney stone problems. they did a CBC and i got the call saying, to come in right away. of course, i was completely freaked out and the nurse wouldn't tell me over the phone what this was about. ... (5 replies)

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