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... ndering if this could be adding to my digestive problems. I'm thinking of cutting down, if not stopping the PPI to see what the result would be. I have read that long term proton pump inhibitor use can have detrimental effects on the digestive system. ... (1 replies)
Long term Anemia
Sep 6, 2007
... Thanks, Harry. This is exactly what I was asking. (10 replies)
Long term Anemia
Aug 11, 2007
... do you know what sort of digestive problems it can cause? (10 replies)

Long term Anemia
Aug 10, 2007
... glenni, Long term anemia is basically as you know --a low iron level in your body. Iron is important in the production of hemoglobin and myoglobin (the form of hemoglobin in muscle tissure) and oxygenation of red blood cells. It is essential for many enzymes in the body and required for a healthy immune system. All this really means is lack of iron can result in a... (10 replies)
Long term Anemia
Sep 6, 2007
... I was referring to 3 years+, but I do not have any numbers (iron levels) for you. (10 replies)
Long term Anemia
Sep 4, 2007
... I've been dealing with low ferritin since January, which I would assume is not long term, but how long can you have low ferritin before suffering some of the extreme side effects? ... (10 replies)
... Hi there. There are effects that come from having anemia for a long time, but I guess it would be better to call them complications. Anemia can result in all those symptoms like fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, lightheadedness etc. etc. ... (2 replies)
... I haven't had any symptoms, except for being a little tired, and I'm not sure if that's from the anemia or something else. ... (2 replies)
... What Are the Short and Long Term Effects of Anemia (1 replies)
May 6, 2004
... Do you mean gastroenterologist. If you have bleeding or infection then the anemia may not be the only thing effecting how you feel. If nothing else is causing you to be ill except the anemia, it will take about 6 months to feel up to par. ... (3 replies)
... I am currently on my third session of Ferrlicit infusions as a result of long term anemia due to small bowel bleeding. Each session consists of 8 infusions spread out over a 4 week period, 2 infusions a week. ... (10 replies)
Long term Anemia
Aug 9, 2007
... I was told by my hematologist that if the anemia is severe with very low hemoglobin in the 5's or 6's range that you can have a risk of congestive heart failure because the heart is taxed due to lack of oxygen. ... (10 replies)
... Next issue, I went in for the blood transfusion on Friday. I had been feeling like crap for so long now that I hardly notice anymore but for the past couple of weeks it has been worse. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for your words - some very interesting areas for me to look into and question. Yes - at this point quality of life really does need to get better! b (10 replies)
... Since you do know the cause of your anemia is from blood loss due to your cycle, won't your GYN make a suggestion as to what procedure that you should try? ... (10 replies)
... I would like to say that if your body is having symptoms then you are effecting that part of the body. Over a long period of time symptoms left untreated I'm sure COULD cause some sort of damage. ... (1 replies)
Nov 1, 2008
... find the reason behind it because it is not normal. Doctor's shouldn't treat a low ferritin without first finding out why. You can have a low ferritin without anemia as you may already know. What was your last Hgb and Hct count and how long ago? ... (4 replies)
... ngs, ringing ears, anable to warm up , eye sight failing ect. ect. As I am totally over feeling this way I convinced my Dr to start testing for anything that has anemia as a symptom. ... (23 replies)
... saw, if my anemia is acting up, my platelets rise, if my platelets are low, my red cells rise. ... (3 replies)
... is the most common type of anemia and it has many reasons. ... (7 replies)

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