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Ferritin levels
Sep 25, 2004
... Acquired autoimmune hemolytic anemia caused by 2-butoxyethanol? See if you have blood in urine. Compare your red blood cells with your own red blood cell counts prior to feeling fatigue. PS - Rapid heart rate, fatigue, chills, being pale or even jaundice color are also signs of hemolytic anemia; the hemolytic anemia caused by this chemical should be suspect because... (5 replies)
Signs of anemia?
Mar 2, 2006
... what are some signs of anemia? ... (2 replies)
... I have added to my post on this topic. Do you have other symptoms, similar to 'gulf war syndrome' symptoms? What you are stating is what I would expect for this group, so do you have more of their symptoms, too? the 'short' list per American Legion: Chronic Fatigue Signs and symptoms involving skin (including skin rashes and unusual hair loss) Headache Muscle pain (3 replies)

... To Answer your question about the differences between iron deficiecy anemia and B-12 anemia: There is really no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. Hemolytic anemia is caused by the red blood cells being destroyed sooner than they are supposed to be and putting too... (17 replies)
... good question! I am anemic as well in b12. I am curious to see wh :eek: at your responses are, sorry I couln't help. Jodi (17 replies)
... so, what are the signs of needing iron and what are the signs of needing B12? ... (17 replies)
... Have you been checked for Gluten Intolerance? I know it's a huge guess but sometimes can be the cause when no other reason can be found. Might be worth looking into. With a ferritin of 6 you can't really afford to sit around and wait for things to continue to drop. Having a low ferritin can cause so many issues and problems. I know exactly what you are going through, it's... (8 replies)
... causing it. I have normal periods on birth control and no period when not on it. I had an endoscopy and colonoscopy and swallowed a camera capsule, all showed no signs of blood loss. The latest is that I need to have my gallbladder removed. ... (8 replies)
... My MRI showed signs of atrophy and increased fluid on my brain so next week I am having a spinal tap. ... (36 replies)
... def. mine started at 155. no signs myself.. but the first signs were the numbness in my toes and tingling in my fingers... you sound like you have been through a lot... ... (13 replies)
... It's like most medics out there don't seem to care until you show signs of some form of cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Other symptoms and signs of magnesium deficiency and discuss laboratory testing for this common condition. ... (13 replies)
... What are teh signs you watch for, ie, how do you knkow your anemia is back, and how long do you wait before treating? ... (116 replies)
... Are all of these signs of anemia? ... (1 replies)
Low hemoglobin
Apr 30, 2017
... Under any circumstances, I would start on iron, even if it was only a small dose. Your legs hurting or cramping is one of the first signs of anemia. I know how awful that is and I also know that iron will stop that very very soon after starting it. ... (13 replies)
... to worry too much. It looks like he is running inflammation tests which aren't necessarily indicative of him looking for cancer. In my opinion he is looking for signs of autoimmune disorders and vitamin deficiencies. ... (4 replies)
... absorb iron like it should..again no reasons as to why. I was thoroughly frustrated but figured it was ok because at least I was better. However, I now know the signs of anemia and I can tell my blood is dropping again. ... (0 replies)
... In lots of women who are found to be anaemic their ferritin level, which is a protein that stores iron in the body and commonly just known as your "iron stores", is lower than 50ug/L. This means they experience hair loss. Hair and nails aren't essential body organs so these are the first places in the body that suffer from iron deficiency if there is not enough iron in the... (4 replies)
... Hair loss is very common in people with anemia, in fact it is one ofthe signs that one my be anemic as well as britte nails. ... (4 replies)
... One of the first signs besides being extremely exhausted, was my hair breaking off and not growing. ... (4 replies)

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