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Thalasemia minor?
May 24, 2009
... eems that my vitamin B is low, vit. D low, have hypthyroidism and my meds need to be adjusted. Also told by the hematologist that I have a genetic anemia called thalasemia minor which is one of the reasons for my fatigue. ... (1 replies)
Thalasemia minor
Jun 20, 2006
... hello.. i'm wondering if there's anyone who knows whether thalasemia minor can spread thrugh blood transfusion. thx.. ... (0 replies)
... when I was 5 years old. I inherited the gene from my father who also has the moderate version of this anemia. Thalasemia major is very serious and requires transfusions. Moderate is not as sever but can be very difficult to deal with. ... (7 replies)

... iron 6 and I've also got Thalasemia which cannot be fixed.. Have you guys checked for Thalasemia? ... (15 replies)
... I feel the symptoms of anemia. I thought it was anemia iron. But nearly two months I tried to treat it, but no results. I had trying formulas such as Mentzer, England and Fraser, Shin Lal, etc and the result is always positive thalassemia minor not deficiency iron. What is thalassemia minor may appear at the age of 20 years old? Thank you. (0 replies)
... Dear Anajam, Thank you very much for your reply. Hence, for this case, the worse-case-scenario is that the child will be a thalasemia-carrier and the chances are 25%. Thus, this should not be and issue should it? Thank you (8 replies)
... Well, I called the nurse. And, I swear(and I've had this issue with this nurse before) that she said, the first time I talked to her on Thursday "Your red blood cells are small, and your iron and Ferritin is low". No, what she said was that my red blood cells are small, and I am coming back in Wednesday to have my iron and Ferritin levels checked. I swear she never... (7 replies)
Thalasemia minor?
May 24, 2009
... I have thalassemia also but I was also lacking iron. My blood is now 12 it will not get any higher. I was 8.5 with this disease your body is lacking a gene for the production of red blood cell. so you are always at the low end of the hemaglobin count in you blood. It is also easier to become anemic (lacking iron) because the red blod cells you have die off quicker than in a... (1 replies)
... It is an inherited form of anemia called Thalasemia. Have you been diagnosed with this? (1 replies)
Poikilocytosis?
Sep 28, 2007
... Hi, my daughter has this with anemia. They did further testing to see if she had thalasemia and the other specific anemias and it came back negative. She has been this way since birth. I am going to take her to a pediatric hematologist. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everybody, I also had GB back in 2003, but I've been anemic since I was little, it runs in my family. It's an ongoing battle to get to the bottom of it all and it can be fustrating. I have had a new development which I'd figure I'd share cuz you never know if it might help someone else. During my last round of visits with my GYN late last year, she detected that I had 3... (10 replies)
Thalassemia
Dec 4, 2005
... Thalasemia is a blood disorder that is found in people who have genetic backgrounds that have come from the area around the Mediterreanean Sea, even if you were actually born some place else. The disorder causes low blood counts and low B-12 counts that do not improve with iron pills or B-12 vitamins.Basically the disease is treated by treating the symptoms rather than... (2 replies)
Thalassemia
Feb 15, 2004
... No, I don't have any type of heart disease. A little more info on this. I was told it is Beta Thalasemia Minor and my blood count level looks to be normal despite having this. I probably never would've have known about this if I never took a blood test. ... (12 replies)
Thalassemia
May 22, 2003
... i was born with it and i take after my mum.....the only thing that i need 2 worry about is marrying someone who also has it coz then if u have children, they can come out not right with defects, but if u dont marry one who has it, then thats fine. thalasemia is very common among medeteranian people...generally nothing to worry about. Make sure your iron levals r always ok,... (9 replies)




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