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... It's good that they think that the anemia is due to your periods. My docs told me that I wouldn't correct the anemia until I fixed the blood loss, even with iron. Have you done anything to fix the problem? ... (9 replies)
... Wow, I thought I was the only one in the world who had gastric bypass surgery and acute anemia! I think the doctors downplay this complication by saying you MAY have to take iron supplements. Heloooo, if we are not absorbing naturally occurring iron because of our digestive configuration, how the heck are we going to absorb the supplements?? I found out a year later that... (28 replies)
... Over time my boarderline anemia went to severe.... with the Drs. thinking I had bleeding somewhere internally... no one checked me out for fibroids. ... (10 replies)

... I was wondering if anyone else with anemia suffers from daily cramps in their feet and calves. ... (3 replies)
... I had my gastric bypass almost 3 yrs ago. I was diagnosed anemia 1 yr ago. I tried iron pills for 3 months and my counts did not budge. So I had 14 iron infusions over 2 month time frame. My counts when up. ... (28 replies)
... I just started the iron IVs two weeks ago for the same thing except I'm not considered to have anemia yet. ... (28 replies)
... My B12 deficiency is caused by the fact that my body does not produce the intrinsic factor. I have monthly injections of B12 after being diagnosed last year at the age of 34. ... (3 replies)
... weeks ago and I can't seem o find the answer to this burning question, once the infusion is complete, will this be a once in a lifetime infusion or monthly,6 monthly or yearly thing? ... (9 replies)
Hemolytic Anemia
Jun 25, 2006
... have to harvest my eggs or something if I ever wanted children. I haven't gone back to work full time yet I don't know if I can handle it I get soo sick of this monthly routine blood tests, medication, doctors visits more doctors visits cos I don't have a spleen and get every bug that's going round. ... (36 replies)
... how many type's of anemia are there? ... (7 replies)
... Do you mean you're having really heavy monthly periods or that you're constantly having bleeding of some kind? ... (5 replies)
... I get monthly B12 really does help.If I don't get them I get "whacky".Do you give yourself a B12 shot every month? ... (12 replies)
... A few years ago, I was diagnosed with pernicious anemia, and have been recieving monthly injections of B12 (1 cc dose). Things were going well until a couple of months ago, when I started to have a lot of stiffness in my muscles. The stiffness has increased and now includes terrible pins and needles in my legs and arms, to the point that I have to keep changing position just... (1 replies)
... PAP exam next January and discuss ablation at that time. For now, I view this year as the year to get over my anemia and get that nasty part of my life behind me. I can't express in words to you how much better I feel. ... (6 replies)
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... I am so pleased to find this thread. I had open RNY in June 2001. I have been suffering from low B12 since 2003 and was put on monthly B12 injections. In 2006, I started having vertigo and passed out at work. That was my first diagnosis of iron deficient anemia. ... (28 replies)
... Well, probably in many people it isn't a big deal. It probably NEVER affects a man because they don't have the monthly blood loss that we women do. So, taking the PPIs might reduce a man's iron stores but not enough to cause a problem. ... (8 replies)
... n now give myself the injections. I'll give myself the injection weekly for 6 weeks, so they can build my levels up a bit, and then I will only have to have them monthly from then on. ... (10 replies)
Mild anemia
May 3, 2005
... she is just being careful. For most women suffering anemia it is indeed their monthly cycles to blame. Usually a simple iron supplement is enough to correct the problem. Altering your cycles with medication is also an option. ... (17 replies)
... shot on a monthly basis, my iron levels really fall. The serum ferritin stays around 4, which of course is below the low normal range. ... (4 replies)

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