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... Anemia is one of those conditions that over time your body will adjust and you will have fewer symptoms even if you are still anemic. The symptoms of anemia come on gradually if it is being caused by a slow loss of blood. ... (5 replies)
... It depends upon what is causing the anemia. If it is a temporary loss of blood, the anemia will recover after a while providing the body is otherwise healthy. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your post. I was curious about the type of chronic anemia that you had. I too would have chronic anemia if it weren't for my doc saying that I am married to iron supplements. ... (10 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)
... s telling the heart and lung machine to pick up the pace, but your heart is not getting enough either so you get angina, chest pains due to lack of oxygen due to anemia not heart blockage, then your immune system is overtaxed, it isn't getting the nutrients or oxygen it needs either and boom infections and other heatlh problems. ... (8 replies)
... f my pregnancies, and when I initially became very ill four years ago. Chronic Fatigue was the first dx I received after contracting mono that I never seemed to recover from. ... (0 replies)
... how long does it take to recover from anemia My hemoglobin is 11. ... (0 replies)
... ng more food but I have stayed away from fruits, most vegetables, and most red meats...pretty much anything that contains iron or vitamin C. lol. As I started to recover from the gastroparesis I also started to notice a tremor in my hands, along with intermittent skin tingling, and cold prickles. ... (8 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)
Possible anemia?
Oct 30, 2013
... ast few months I have no energy to do anything.I am a 35 yr old male.My running has dramatically gone done. I am getting headaches fatigue seem like muscles dont recover and stay sore for awhile also getting a sore tongue. ... (9 replies)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 27, 2007
... During the final stages of B12 anemia your bone marrow is damaged and you in turn cannot produce red blood cells. During this stage the anemia show as blood loss. Good news you didn't get that symptom. ... (7 replies)
... I am not an expert, but anemia isn't always a constant thing. Women lose iron during their menstrual cycle. ... (1 replies)
... The anemia will make you feel cold. ... (3 replies)
... That is great that it came up so fast. There are more indicators for anemia than just the hemeglobin. One can be severely anemic and the hemeglobin can be just out of range. ... (5 replies)
... also, is anemia genetic? ... (5 replies)
... Well, of course you have to do what your feel is right for you. But I like to be proactive and if it were me, I'd try the iron until I found an iron that worked for me and didn't hurt my stomach. I use Ferrous Gluconate and have had no real issues with it. I only take one a day but could take one every other day if it bothered me. you could take it with food, a meal or orange... (89 replies)
... that will help until I can get the insurance issue resolved. There is no way I can afford an out of pocket surgery in full AND have unpaid time off from work to recover from major surgery. Hopefully it won't come down to that. ... (25 replies)
... I had chicken pox when I was 32. I had one of the worst cases the er doc had ever seen. I was covered in blisters and I was in so much pain I couldn't walk. It took me six months to recover. Chicken pox is pretty major when you have it as an adult, and my bet would be that any swelling you have in your lymph nodes are still your body clearing the virus. Regarding the... (1 replies)
... er experienced this stuff before, and the docs look at me like I'm crazy because they don't know what else to say. Your a 46 year old woman and it takes time to recover after being so ill. LOL. Whatever!!! ... (48 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)

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