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... Ringing in ears due to anemia is very common as well as due to use of acetaminophen, aspirin, or a variety of NSAID medications. The ringing in the ears may take a while to stop, if ever, due to the imbalance in blood circulation that was occurring when you were anemic. ... (5 replies)
... seven weeks since then. How long does it take for the tissues to absorb the iron and everything to get back to normal? ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone had ringing in their ears due to anemia? ... (5 replies)

... Hi I have a question. I was by my hematologist about 1 year ago that I have iron defiency anemia. The way that found this out was when he did a bone marrow biopsy. He told me that I literally had no iron. That he did not see a trace of iron in me. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry Can't Be Of Help On The Heavy Period Issue, But I Suffer From Anemia As Well. I Had The Ringing In The Ears And The Short Breath As Well. I Have A Hard Time Rememebering To Take My Lousy Iron Pill Since I Have So Many Drugs To Take With It. More Times Than Not I Don't Take It. ... (10 replies)
... Tylenol is acetaminophen with a benedryl type medication in it to make you relaxed. That is a type of drug that could cause you ears to ring. ... (5 replies)
... I have dealt with iron deficiency anemia for 10 years. I have never had symptoms of a horse voice or throat complications from the anemia. ... (5 replies)
... I would really appreciate your help regarding my health issue and thank you in advance for contributing advice and time. ... (1 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. ... (10 replies)
... Is the doctor a hematologist, GP, or OBGYN? ... (10 replies)
Battling anemia
Oct 2, 2016
... ml. I have been on iron pills 250mg extended release for the past week. Last Thursday I passed out at work. I went to the doctor he did a stat cbc and my hemoglobin had went up .3 so its now 8.3. He attributed my passing out to a viral infection. ... (3 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)
... ok that makes sense. well i am right now just suspect that i m anemic.. i have been in the past. my diet is usually low in meats. i use to be a vegan for 7 years so i am kind of accustom to that sort of diet. i also do not really eat regularly usually one maybe two meals a day. ... (6 replies)
... her ears when they eat foods high in vitamins? ... (3 replies)
Jan 27, 2004
... I had all the classic symptoms... ... (13 replies)
... get worse after my periods. My doctor doesn't believe me and says iron levels don't fluctuate so fast. But I can't believe it's all coincidence, especially since my periods are heavy. ... (10 replies)
Resources, anyone?
Apr 19, 2004
... and have been forced to move in with my father at the age of 26. ... (0 replies)
... I know all about what low B12 does to the body...and the's not a pretty picture.Be carful with drinking soda....soda will stop your body from absorbing iron.... ... (12 replies)
Ear ringing
Mar 3, 2011
... I had a really bad cold about a month ago and my ears started ringing. I thought it was from congestion. Shortly afterwards, however, I was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia. ... (0 replies)
... aching, nausea, shakes, no concentration, memory loss, bumping into and dropping things, ringing ears, anable to warm up , eye sight failing ect. ect. ... (23 replies)

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