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 6 7 Showing 1 - 20 of 142 for moderate anemia. (0.004 seconds)

... I've been having problems with anemia off and on since I was pregnant with my second daughter. I've had the gamut of symptoms, SOB, palpitations, fatigue, etc. ... (16 replies)
... help wanted:)--I have read that 45-195 mgs is the amount of iron you need to correct IDA. This is exactly what Christine said in her post 65 mgs x 3 = 195 that is 3 Ferris Sulfate per day. I just wanted to say that I had moderate anemia and ~low stores~ so I needed more than 3 a day, I am closer to 4 on a different type of iron. I agree up to 3 is a great start and... (28 replies)
... When I was dx'ed with anemia my Ferritin was a 2 and my Hgb was 8.6. ... (16 replies)

Nov 27, 2008
... not clear enough. Although it is not as bad as it could be, it is not good!! Some people come on here and are very scared, don't know what the severity of there anemia is so I tell them exactly. Anemia symptoms DO NOT always correlate with the HGB value. ... (8 replies)
Chronic Anemia
Sep 3, 2008
... cases. Mild anemia doesn't cause any long term problems. It CAN however, cause symptoms as we know. I had moderate anemia and it did give heart symptoms such as palpitations when eating a meal or at rest and tachycardia when upset. These resolved along with the anemia. ... (1 replies)
... (16 replies)
... I felt that I was getting better a little everyday but not an overall well feeling. It was 2 months after the anemia that I noticed a change in feeling much better. ... (28 replies)
... Moderate anemia can make you feel very fatigued. The fact that the doc said "moderate" rather than mild is a clue. ... (10 replies)
... Hello all fellow anemics. I have chronic anemia currently thought to be caused by hypermenorrhea. ... (16 replies)
... (8 replies)
... deltalicious--It means a few different things; that you are below range with a Hgb of 10, indicating anemia, classed as a grade 1 borderline mild to moderate anemia, you are pulling from your iron stores (ferritin) in the bone marrow and organs. All of which is corrected with iron IF this is due to a straight forward simple (IDA) iron deficiency anemia. FLFLOWERGIRL:) (10 replies)
... I had an ablation 1 yr ago June due to moderate anemia 8.5 hgb and a 2 ferritin. I can happily report that this is one of the best things that I have done for myself. ... (6 replies)
... you might experience shortness of breath with little effort, you might be pale, experience loss of appetite, or have leg or abdominal cramping. Some people have moderate anemia and have a few minor symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... I have been trying to find out all I can about anemia and low iron. And I found this place! ... (3 replies)
Nov 18, 2008
... melanieschutt23--Is that 8.7, what is your lab range? What is your Ferritin level. You should also get copies of your labs for referencing. To answer your questions, 8-10 is a grad 2 level considered ~moderate~ anemia just below mild anemia. It is low and not a good thing; but not as bad as it could be, it is not serious/severe or life threatening at this stage,... (8 replies)
... I'm waiting on a referral to see a hematologist. My blood work of 2 weeks ago showed moderate anemia and a ferretin level of 3.6. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, I've thought of that--the more I read about it the more I realize that I've had diffuse symptoms that weren't ever put together (not by me or the doctors) that I attributed to "getting older" (I'm 33 and in otherwise good health!) I'm realizing that many of these symptoms are likely caused by malabsorption problems (lack of vitamin K = easy bruising, low B12 = tingling... (16 replies)
... Well I think I have an answer as to the cause of the anemia. My GI doctor just called and said the blood work for celiac disease (also called celiac sprue) is highly positive. He still wants to confirm it with a small intestine biopsy (no colonoscopy, yeah!) but he's pretty sure that's it. I'm going to continue to eat wheat until the endoscopy (dr. said to). I'm upset... (16 replies)
... The preparation for the colonoscopy is definitely the worst part. I had one two weeks ago after we discovered anemia during a kidney stone incident that took me to the hospital (HBG of 9 and ferritin of 8 , and who knows how long it had been that way!) They didn't find anything at the colon/endoscopy, but it's an important thing to rule out, so it's worth it. Just know... (16 replies)
... I had my appointment with the GI doctor yesterday. He was really nice (and didn't seem to mind at all that I had to bring my 17 month old with me!) I have to have a colonoscopy and an upper GI endoscopy next month. Not really looking forward to that. :( He thought there was some possibility of IBD, but not making any predictions. He also was concerned about my... (16 replies)

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 07:06 AM.

© 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!