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... how long does it take to recover from anemia My hemoglobin is 11. ... (0 replies)
... 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)

... 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)
... mary doctor told me 11, but the hospital told me 12. they still did the surgery, because it was non invasive and there should have been very little blood coming from me. ... (5 replies)
... I was diagnosed with severe anemia back in June 2002.....I gradually improved but I believe it took about six months before I was considered back in the 'normal' range... ... (5 replies)
... 120 days! But I want a! (Tonight I took iron supplement pill #33. Nice that they're in packs of 10 so I can tell exactly how many days I've been at this. *sigh*) Patience is not really a strong suit of mine, unfortunately. Things aren't getting better as fast as I would like, and then I start looking around for OTHER things that could be wrong... (5 replies)
... have a colonoscopy , but we just did not want her to go through that prep and procedure at this would set her back...We believe the blood loss is coming from hemorrhoids. ... (5 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)
... 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)
... ting. It got really bad in the summer of 2009 and I lived for three months on protien shakes. In the fall of 09 I started adding 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. ... (8 replies)
... The anemia will make you feel cold. ... (3 replies)
... As long as there is no objection from Fitness Seeker, I am fine with posting here. Thank you so much for your quick reply. ... (25 replies)
Possible anemia?
Oct 31, 2013
... on you seem really knowledgable about this subject thanks. Could low ferritin cause muscles to stay sore longer after working out. Does ferritin help the muscles recover from exercise? ... (9 replies)
... emmerrube: Hi there! :wave: Isn't it nice to know that we aren't just lazy and therefore out of shape?:yawn: After only 10 days I AM feeling amazingly better! I am NOT winded as of just yesterday after climbing the stairs anymore! I might add that my GP put me on pre-natal vitamins before I could get in to see my gynecologist and hematologist and I felt slightly better... (25 replies)
... d balance problems for nearly 4 years now resulting in a lot of time off work. I have been through the ENT route and done all the VRT etc to try and help myself recover from this awful thing. ... (17 replies)
... I think a Friday colonoscopy is great because you can recover from it. I had a reaction of sorts to my anesthesia and was sick as a dog and couldn't go to work the next day. ... (16 replies)
... I'm cold all of the time. I had an upper GI last monday that was negative for ulcers or other problems, I'm having my gallbladder removed tomorrow and when I recover from that I will have a colonoscopy. I also have a lot of weakness. and shortness of breath. ... (3 replies)
... I'm just curious. Does it right itself after a certain ammount of time, or is it a long process? (1 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)

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