A 51-year-old female asked:
is a hematologist visit needed for anemia related to blood loss? my gastroenterologist says to take iron pills for 3 months & do more blood tests then
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Not necessarily: If your anemia has been determined to be caused by blood loss, there is probably no need to see a hematologist. If the anemia persists despite iron treatment (and preventing further blood loss), then a hematologist consultation might be indicated.
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Last updated Jul 21, 2018
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