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... Welcome to the board, although I am sorry you have the anemia. I have pernicious anemia and I saw a hematologist for awhile to become stablized and now my regular doctor oversees the blood work. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know enough about high platelets to comment as yet...still working on my research. ... (16 replies)
My Anemia Story
Sep 9, 2011
... First IV Iron Treatment today. Arrived right on time for my appointment, but they must have been running late because I waited about 20 minutes. ... (2 replies)

... otally understand the frustration. I see you're in Dubai so the medical system is probably a bit different than in the US. I mean, when I was in Europe, it was not polite to tell the doctors how you felt about his diagnosis. So I dont know how it is in Dubai. ... (1 replies)
... st rule of thumb is "not to panic" because if you do...you'll feel worse. Also, I have pernicious anemia also and my husband thinks it's the same thing like he has....reflux! It is a step up from reflux...I can assure you. ... (4 replies)
... Theoretically, it is possible to get these infections via a blood transfusion, although this has not been proven. ... (34 replies)
... Yes anemia can tire you out and because oxygen is not getting to the brain in sufficient amounts, it does take its toll on the memory. I wish I had an answer for you on how to retain information from studying but I don't. ... (11 replies)
... Cortisone is something I would not consider but as I have yet to learn what treatment as there are more tests I'm having at present. ... (7 replies)
... It was just used in a clinical trial for memory loss, but we both agreed it's worth a try. ... (8 replies)
Help / Info please
Apr 23, 2009
... pituitary tumor that can't be treated until her severe anemia is under control. Numerous times has been told this is not cancer. She has had every test known to man with the exception of one, the capsule looking for bleeding in the small intestine ... ... (1 replies)
... and deal with a whole host of medical issues. In the big picture, honestly, anemia is generally the least of their issues, however, any stress on their systems is something to take seriously. ... (0 replies)
... Hi she, and thank you. Anemia definitely shows itself when you try to exert yourself. When it's really bad you may feel like that most of the time. ... (67 replies)
Pernicious Anemia
Jun 14, 2012
... to 1000 mcg. Not all Dr's are the same but mine said that for the B12 to really be effective I should take at least 1000 mcg. ... (2 replies)
... I am very reluctant to prescribe SSRIs as a treatment these days. ... (2 replies)
... for years. It cleared up to a great extent after I started treatment for hypothyroidism. Unfortunately dim drs overlooked it. ... (18 replies)
... Only your doctor will be able to determine what is going on. The simple answer is iron deficiency anemia. There are many tests that can be given to determine the cause of low iron. (7 replies)
... I too have been reading all over this forum since I got my lab results about 10 days ago. I am waiting for answers to your questions about as anxiously as you are! Why? ... (10 replies)
... Are you getting any treatment for the anemia? ... (6 replies)
... There's many reasons for a drop in Hgb. When I became anemic I learned there's nearly 90 different types of anemia and in some cases the anemia itself is the chronic condition, with no known triggers. For a male 110 Hgb does seem low enough to be monitored but not enough to panic. ... (7 replies)
... My scopes came back all clear. I have an extremely small Hiatal Hernia. He took several biopsies more this second time checking for Celiac Disease also which came back negative. ... (7 replies)


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