It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Anemia Board Index
Board Index > Anemia | 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 Showing 81 - 96 of 96 for low iron heart rate. (0.012 seconds)

... need answers, and a dr who is concerned and willing to do something now. Get another doctor, so you can start feeling better. Geez. AT those numbers, my resting heart rate was 120. You must feel terrible. ... (3 replies)
... I got 7 blood transfusions and was in there for 6 days they have never seen anyone with such a low Hemoglobin and couldn't belive I was able to walk, talk, and breath the only thing wrong with me is I had was a heart rate of 160 per minute... ... (1 replies)
... whenever I would check them. I found many medical sites that indicated that anemia could cause a low blood pressure. I always have the fast heart rate too. ... (5 replies)

... When I awoke I was very drugged. My doctor came and told me that he's never had to use that much Demerol on a patient and that during my procedure my heart rate was in the 160s. They have tried to push it off as anxiety but I'm not buying it as I felt perfectly relaxed. I think I had a reaction to the Demerol. ... (44 replies)
... I never got back to the energy level I was hoping for but I did gain strength as time went by. I was given benedryl to counteract the allergic reaction of rapid heart rate and hives to the infusion. The mental fog is a part of why my body kicks out the iron as fast as it gets it. ... (4 replies)
Low Iron
Mar 13, 2004
... Do you happen to know any brand names or household cleaners that have that chemical formula that you are talking about.? (21 replies)
Low Iron
Mar 12, 2004
... ... because they think hemolysis shows up in the blood counts. It may not. I've looked at what a lab orders for anemia in our largest city of Alaska, and they don't check the red blood cells for anything. Sad story (hemoglobin & hematocrit is all - not even CBC) ... even blood counts can look ok and NOT be OK Do you know your Retic ratio? and.... There is a type... (21 replies)
... You have a low number of red and white blood cells and a normal, albeit on the lower end of normal on the hematocrit and MCH. ... (2 replies)
... More people are now finding out that their iron stores need to stay above 70 for at least 3 months to see a significant decrease in the shedding rate and for hair in the growing phase to be restored to its normal rate. ... (21 replies)
Chronic Anemia?
Jul 26, 2017
... she was convinced I had been this way for a while unknowingly. I was anemic in early high school, when I was 15 or 16 and remember taking a round of the horrible iron pills and either I remained anemic over the years or it brought my levels back up for a time. ... (1 replies)
Nov 27, 2008
... bad as a serious anemia, if you see what I mean. How healthy you are and age also makes a big difference of how well your body can tolerate the anemia. And the rate of development is also in proportion to the symptoms. A quicker development the more profound the symptoms. But at a 8. ... (8 replies)
... Omg sweetie - get second opinion id recommend going to a functional/integrative Doctor to find out root cause of symptoms. That vitamin D level alone will make you feel very fatigued. Don't take no for answer. FYI I was at vit D level 20 and felt awful. I had other stuff going on like autoimmune disease and adrenal fatigue. You know how you feel - don't stop looking for... (4 replies)
... and have been battling Anemia since August of 2014 that we know of. I wound up in the ER because I was just fighting remaining conscious on a daily basis and my heart and chest would palpitate like a car not wanting to turn over. My HGB was down to 7. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I've heard of Floradix and I may start taking it myself. Currently I am using Spatone which is REALLY gentle (I get no side effects). It had corrected my anemia but my ferritin is not rising so I think I need something stronger. I was hoping that the Floradix might work. (4 replies)
... weeks between appointments, yet I initially saw him due to fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, hair loss...and the only thing showing out of range was ferritin. ... (4 replies)
... So sorry to hear about your sister-in-law. My experience is limited (diagnosed in August 2003, so I have only a few months). I would keep her warm at all times (just in case it's cold agglutinin, whatever, which they thought I had at first). I was down to 4 but still functioning, but I don't know how. I could walk about twenty feet and then I needed assistance. I tried to eat... (9 replies)

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 01:13 PM.

2019 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!