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... Recently I was diagnosed with post concussion syndrome. However due to the circumstance I highly doubt what happened caused a concussion. I had a migraine while training at a martial arts gym and when the migraine symptoms lasted for 3 weeks I was diagnosed with concussion. ... (7 replies)
... I have been following this board for several months, for info and support and wanted to share my recent experience. And thanks to all who contribute their experiences too! I am 42, I have always had heavy, long periods and I stopped eating red meat when I was 16, but mostly through my 20's-mid 30's I felt pretty healthy. I moved to Brazil in 2004 and got pregnant with my... (6 replies)
... do have low iron. I always wondered why they said my blood work looked GREAT when I felt so bad. I wanted to say it is NOT great! lol! I have gained some weight while I have been feeling terrible. ... (2 replies)

Anemic
May 1, 2011
... are low you will never to be able to donate blood again. When I was younger I was also anemic due to heavy periods and not eating properly while in college. ... (2 replies)
... cause weight gain. If you are experiencing weight gain it would be from any number of reasons. People with anemia or low iron don't feel they have energy to do exercise or even their regular daily housework type of work so they slow their pace, stop exercising and do a lot more sleeping. ... (12 replies)
Low Ferritin
Aug 29, 2008
... all the while with no clue that my ferritin was low again! ... (49 replies)
... ing to complete the picture. I think your doctor will have likely heard of chelates, but I suspect he will discourage you from taking them because he feels your anemia is severe enough to skip all oral forms of iron. You will need to assess for yourself whether or not it's worth a try. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you very much for your detailed reply - I actually have an appt. with a diff. consultant next week - so now I have ammunition in preparation! - Very interesting reading your case history - and we will see what happens! b (10 replies)
... Third, I know you are likely used to being anemic. However, you should not take the severe anemia lightly. Especially when it comes to matters of the heart, literally. When you counts are low do not try any heavy physical activity. ... (10 replies)
... in a few minutes. Murphy's law would say that if I were going to have a reprieve from the bleeding at anytime, it would be while I was on his table and that is exactly what happened. Five minutes after I left the office I was bleeding again. ... (36 replies)
... ron deficient for a long time BUT as a fitness fanatic NOTHING gets in the way of my workout! According to my hematologist there's no reason to scale back on my exercise program. He said either my body will be able to do it or it won't. He claims that I can't "hurt myself" with too much activity. ... (3 replies)




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