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... You definitely need to go and see your doc to have testing done to rule out anything with your heart. Last year with my anemia I had terrible palps and tachycardia. I had many tests to make sure that it was due to the anemia and thankfully it was. ... (3 replies)
... Chest pain can be a symptom of anemia. My chest pains is what convinced me to go to the dr at the beginning. ... (10 replies)
... I am glad that i am able to say hello to everyone that is suffering with anemia in any form..chronic or deficient etc.I am 44 yrs. old and have been anemic for over 10 years.I have been tested over and over again throughout the years yet none of my doctors went any further than telling me.No treatment options until now. ... (4 replies)

... My parents, having had 8 kids were not able to take us to the doctor, so I was never followed up with a pediatrician other than just getting vaccines for school. All ailments were treated at home unless an ER visit was necessary. ... (6 replies)
... It usually depends on what the doctor's expertise is as to how they view your anemia symptoms. Yes, after I have a period, my anemia symptoms worsen. ... (10 replies)
... Heavy periods can be the contributing factor of causing the anemia. Losing too much iron. Having a heavy cycle is also very exhausting. You may want to check to see if you are starting to have mild endometriosis. Iron tablets help with the loss of iron. During your cycle, to reduce the blood flow, a trick is to take 600 mg of ibuprofen each day of your cycle. That... (10 replies)
... I have noticed a change in alertness and and fatiuge during my premenstrual and menstual cycle. It feels as if my memory and strength bottom out. ... (10 replies)
... Do others have similar fluctuations in symptoms? ... (10 replies)
... n I felt so bad. I knew then that there would be no way to tell what the heck was going on if I took them on top of everything else that was already happening. In your case I know that you really don't have a choice. I really feel for you. ... (5 replies)
... Red, I was looking around on these boards, I usually am at the epilepsy board but I wanted to check out the anemia board out of curiosity as I had Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia 19 years ago. I was in my second year of nursing school and become profoundly ill. ... (2 replies)
Anaemic again?
Apr 24, 2013
... and sometimes short of breath with a lump in my throat. My question is, could I have developed anemia again through my body trying to fight the infection I had? ... (0 replies)
... It looks like the Celiac is your culprit for sure. At least this makes it a little easier to DX. I cannot imagine having to go gluten free, I am very sorry for you. I was very thankful that I did not test positive for this one. But as it has been pointed out it can cause major health problems if you don't. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. ... (24 replies)
... It sounds like you have a very good doctor. My doctors are the best that insurance can buy. But they give me about 15 minutes coding time for billing so I get very little attention. I will tell you what I have learned in my own search. I was diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia. ... (12 replies)
... The only reason that I didn't go for more testing is because I'd just had the tests done and new that it was due to anemia. ... (10 replies)
... Well, I knew my anemia wasn't getting better. The ice eating was a sign of that. I eat at least 8 ice cube trays of ice every single day. ... (6 replies)
... ose iron to build the ferritin stores. Slow release iron is low, but it sounds like you have really good things to help balance iron. 38mgs total are quite low for such a low ferritin. It will take a while at that rate, and it's already a slow process from many. How much did your doc prescribe for you? ... (14 replies)

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