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Anemia Symptoms???
Jan 31, 2013
... Otherwise I'm wondering about sleeping problems like sleep apnea which can cause all kinds of symptoms when you're awake. ... (1 replies)
Pernicious Anemia
Nov 27, 2004
... When I was tested I had no detectable B12 in my blood. My whole body was sort of numb to pain and pleasure but I had pins and needles or tingeling along with a freezing sensation. Bad memory problems. ... (6 replies)
Vision problems
Dec 8, 2006
... r years and they took me a bit more seriously. But trust me they were not looking for B12 as the problem and considering my options this is a good one to have. In the beginning I went to a neorologist who always runs B12 on new patients and that was how I discovered it. ... (13 replies)

... This Healthboard has been so helpful to me. I've not visited the Anemia board in years and I'm glad to see that there is so much good information. I've had problems with "anemia" for many years. ... (0 replies)
... lung problems. I've had major surgery to repair broken bones due to my severe osteoporosis and have always needed transfusions. I've got another one coming up in 2 weeks to get a hip replacement. I broke my right hip last May and I've been without one since then. ... (2 replies)
... faint feeling that occurs regularly, mainly after physical exercise. I am still in high school, and in P.E. ... (2 replies)
... There's just no winning is there, I've already been diagnosed with a stomach ulcer a fair while back and have been taking lansoprazole when taking painkillers for period pain....the mefenamic acid I was given for the period pain is what caused the ulcer so now I'm trying not to take the lansoprazole because that stops the iron being absorbed (from my own web research). Thing... (9 replies)
... So, If your doc says that the only anemia symptoms you should have are being tired and pale, is he or she looking into anything else? ... (14 replies)
... Low folate and PA go hand in hand, just FYI. Your folate levels can drop quite suddenly or go up quite suddenly. ... (6 replies)
... rs ago. I have learned something for myself that may or may not work for you. I have found out that when I quit taking the supplements, shots, etc. and just took in what I need. I had fewer side effects. I am forcing my body to make the iron it needs and to store it properly. ... (5 replies)
... shots every two weeks, but I had a hernia surgery in May and things went way down hill after that. My hemoglobin is at 10 right now and Hematacrit is 34, but more disturbing is that my ferritin is at 4. ... (5 replies)
... ected itself right away. I never really saw this coming. My husband says I wasn't quite right for a few years. I've been treated for hypothyroid for 20 years and in 2001, started feeling funky. In Nov. ... (17 replies)
... The reason my doctor is doing everything for me is that he works in a University and he deals with small groups of "problem patients". ... (80 replies)
... arted having times where I felt really unfocused and unable to think clearly too, and having hand tremors. Then I started getting heart palpitations and weakness in my legs. Then a week of migraines with blurred vision in one eye. At the end of November I had a really acute episode and it's basically been ongoing since then. ... (8 replies)
... is a message there some where, that might indicate that rather than taking the supplements, we need to find a way to get our bodies to utilize the available iron in foods. That may mean rearranging the foods we eat so that they do not compete with available iron. ... (5 replies)
... Yes it's possible to have a ferritin that low. With anemia ferritin is one of the first things that will start dropping. Low ferritin causes many many side effects, a lot of the ones you have listed. ... (3 replies)
... n I felt so bad. I knew then that there would be no way to tell what the heck was going on if I took them on top of everything else that was already happening. In your case I know that you really don't have a choice. I really feel for you. ... (5 replies)
... I'm in the U.S., and I would say that many GPs do not take anemia very seriously here at all. ... (13 replies)
Oral B12
Nov 12, 2003
... e kick up the butt I need. Lucky for me my symptoms are in no way any comparason to what you've experienced but when I went to see her I felt like I was swimming in a tin of syrup so you can imagine my discussion was rather one way. ... (8 replies)
Oral B12
Nov 11, 2003
... The word "pernicious" means highly injurious, destructive, or deadly. "Pernicious" comes from the Latin root "nex" meaning "violent death." Pernicious anemia was once quite deadly. Today it fortunately is not. ... (8 replies)

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