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... The only reason, I hesitate to jump on it being anemia, is that aside from the extended menstrual cycle and extra fatgiue I have always been this way. As long as I can remember, so these are not new alarming symptoms. But it can't hurt to ask the doc! ... (8 replies)
... I am new here, and also newly diagnosed with iron deficiency. My hemoglobin is a 10 and my ferritin a 6, B12 434 which my doctor said is within range, thyroid 1.43 also normal. ... (12 replies)
... I am having recurring problems with anemia and am looking for answers. My problem surfaced about 3 or 4 years ago. ... (6 replies)

... The prednisone by itself can cause the anemia in some people. However, the usual causes in females is through menstrual cycle blood loss, recent childbirth or extended postpartum bleeding. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have had chronic anemia for a few years now always thought to be from heavy menstrual cycle. The pattern has always shower iron deficiency and have had several iron infusions, the last almost a year ago. I have felt sick almost the entire year but no anemia. ... (1 replies)
... It happens to me all the time. The best way to tell is to test for it. Iron and ferritin both. It probably also wouldn't hurt to throw some extra iron in your diet around mensus time and please see a gyno. ... (3 replies)
... I am not an expert, but anemia isn't always a constant thing. Women lose iron during their menstrual cycle. When I really started feeling the effects from Iron deficiency anemia, it happened in a moment and I didn't recover until I went to the hospital. ... (1 replies)
... ts are a little on the high side but I don't think that is of any significance here. Sometimes this just happens. My friend's are always a bit on the low side and always have been and they aren't concerned about it. You aren't drastically out of the normal range. ... (15 replies)
... I had to have a colonoscopy, upper endoscopy, ultrasound of my uterus and ovaries, and a blood test for celiac disease. It is important to rule out dangerous forms of bleeding. ... (3 replies)
... Does being iron deficient with anemia mean that I am losing blood somewhere or not? ... (3 replies)
... ow failure. It does not fail all the time or you would have already had to have a marrow transplant or somethig. Your system may be finally adjusting to a steady cycle of red cell destruction which would allow your body to figure out how many blood cells to produce to keep up with your physiological demand. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Everyone I am happy to have found this forum and I am hoping someone can help me. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to this forum and in a pretty desperate state and wondering if anyone has been in a similar position to me. ... (4 replies)
... Ive not had a menstrual cycle for 7 months now due to an endometriosis treatment. ... (4 replies)
... blood related issues, from what I have learned from doctors I think that you should try another one. Or something that I have done also is to return to the last and try again. Sometimes, it seems that it's just the type of day that they are having or the mood that they are in. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, he believes that a hysterectomy will give my body the ability to retain blood and bring up my iron level. However, I have a bleeding disorder that doctors have never been able to find a cause for. ... (6 replies)
... The doctor i see is my thyroid doctor. He has a special interest in all these things as he suffers from a lot of them himself, so he knows what it's like and all the things which can possibly be interlinked healthwise, the domino effect once one thing falls, then the next, then the next. ... (34 replies)
... Firstly, your iron levels on your blood test are simply and indication of how much iron was there at the time of the blood test. Your iron goes up and down all day long, depending on the foods you eat, drink, your menstrual cycle etc. ... (7 replies)
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... I am going to make suggestions. I do not KNOW anything but these are my guesses. You may have endometriosis. If so this may be why the B-12 is causing you to start your period. The more blood you have the more likely you are to have extra bleeding. When the blood cell factory is shut down due to acute hemolysis, then the endometriosis backs off too or at least the effects of... (7 replies)


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