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Mild anemia
May 15, 2005
... I was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia in late March. ... (17 replies)
... Iron tablets help with the loss of iron. During your cycle, to reduce the blood flow, a trick is to take 600 mg of ibuprofen each day of your cycle. That sounds like a lot but it can work. ... (10 replies)
... Annette, interesting that your anemia is from your rheumatoid arthritis. ... (5 replies)

Anemia and pain
Mar 28, 2013
... come home and go directly to bed after a hot bath, which helped somewhat with the aches, as did taking ibuprofen for the pain. ... (6 replies)
... I have Hb of 12.5 when it is normally 15. I have many of the symptoms you describe. I feel really awful a lot of the time. I suspect a lot has to do with disruption of sleep and sleep patterns, for me. Years back I had Hb of about 9 and I felt horrendous. It was the worst time of my life. Sleep was awful. Breathing difficulties were so relentless I became anxious every day,... (4 replies)
... I know you don't want the colonoscopy but it is standard procedure in your age group when anemia shows up. ... (19 replies)
Chronic Anemia?
May 18, 2006
... Chronic anemia is a serious problem so you shouldn't let it go on any longer. ... (7 replies)
... My wife is 37yrs (Asian) and few years back she started to have numbness in her arm and feet. She also was losing her balance while walking. The GP was unable to detect much but eventually she was referred to Neurologist. The Neurologist suspected MS but were not 100% sure and wanted another test before they could confirm. At that time she became pregnant and gradually her... (5 replies)
... I was also getting the little red spots all the time. They are called petechia. Lots of conditons cause this but I don't believe anemia does. ... (3 replies)
... My iron, ferritin, saturation have been low for quite awhile. The first of this month I had too much iron floating around in my bloodstream and it suppressed my thyroid, had an ear infection, took antibiotics. But have jaw pain. Cannot eat hard foods only soft and take ibuprofen. Taking less iron supplement and eating cream of wheat, meat etc. Its just weird. (2 replies)
... I get headaches too from too much iron. I normally take 65 mg a day with a meal containing vitamin C and iron so that I don't have to take the higher dose pills that are prescribed to me. The vitamin C helps you absorb it better. For example, today I ate a sweet potato (contains vitamin C and iron), then took my iron pill, then ate some brussels sprouts afterward (contains... (3 replies)
... Yeah it was falling out like mad and also when on the aspirin. Well I was bleeding in my stomach from the aspirin. Never will touch aspirin or ibuprofen. (2 replies)
... I was getting a lot of petechia when I was taking Ibuprofen. I guess it was thinning my blood. I was also getting them after I had an allergic reaction to a medication. My doctor did a PTT test which tests for your clotting time. Mine was normal as were my platelets. I don't think high platelets would cause that, but rather low platelets. There are also autoimmune type... (16 replies)
... Actually ibuprofen is one of the leading causes of anemia. ... (6 replies)
... I then assumed I was allergic to ibuprofen and I switched to Tylenol. That worked fine for awhile and then I started get the hive, even with that. ... (8 replies)
New Results
Mar 15, 2005
... The heavy periods, with the ibuprofen will do you in every time on low iron levels. But it is a good thing to have the colonoscopy to make sure that there are no ulcers bleeding anywhere. ... (3 replies)
... versa. In my case, these anemia symptoms dragged on and on until I had a scary episode where I had to call 911. ... (2 replies)
... lder or have had a hysterectomy and do not have periods, then the doctor will continue to do blood testing, colon cancer screenings etc. Usually, iron deficiency anemia is eventually identified as a nutrition problem, and sometimes a side effect of necessary medications. ... (1 replies)
... I don't have a solution, just wanted to say I've been battling anemia since April of 14. Since that time my cycle had been very irregular. I've been bleeding now since Dec. 6th. I'm scheduled for a biopsy in a week. ... (4 replies)
... I see you have some sciatica. So do I, although it doesn't flare up very often. I do have muscle relaxers and prescription ibuprofen for when it does flare, though. I only use muscle relaxers when I absolutely have to, when nothing else will relax me enough to go to sleep. ... (9 replies)

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