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does anemia after a miscarriage go away?

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Dr. Michael Engel
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 20 years experience
If you are anemic...: For any reason, it is correctable, either through transfusion or correcting the cause of the anemia. The latter is preferable provided the patient is hemodynamically stable. If your anemia reflects blood loss following miscarriage and d&c, that blood loss was also accompanied by fe loss. Depending on your status prior to the event, you may need fe supplement to replete stores. Good luck to you.
Dr. H Prasad
Dr. H Prasad answered
Hematology and Oncology 39 years experience
Should: Should improve with time if you tahe iron, and there is no persistent bleeding or other cause of anemia.

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A 20-year-old female asked:

Could having anemia cause you to have more miscarriage?

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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine 73 years experience
Probably not: The trouble with that answer is that pregnancy demands the best possible physical and metabolic status. Please remember that you are feeding a rapidly growing infant whose wellbeing is on your shoulders.

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