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Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Anemia (Definition)

Anemia refers to any condition where there is a decrease in the red blood cells in the body. There are numerous causes of anemia but they can basically be broken down into 3 categories: decreased production of red blood cells increased destruction of red ...Read more


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Should my son see an immunologist? Constant diarrhea immediately after eating, raynaud's syndrome, anemia, joint pain, pale, exhausted.

Should my son see an immunologist?  Constant diarrhea immediately after eating,  raynaud's syndrome, anemia, joint pain, pale, exhausted.

Depends: This is likely due to a food intolerance that coincides with his autoimmune processes. A learned primary care provider has access to the basic testing needed to sort most of this out.After screening tests the direction he needs to go for followup care can be decided.Few specialists like an immunologist would accept you without a referral and records. ...Read more

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My daughter have heinze body hemolitic anemia. Always she says joint pain in leg. What is the remeady for this pain. ?

Doubt related: I'd be very surprised if the joint pain was related to her heinz body anemia. A longstanding painful joint deserves a full exam and an x-ray for starters. I'm glad she's got a family that's proactive and pays this close attention to her health, and is brave enough to seek advice from strangers. Good luck. ...Read more

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Joint pain (knee, shoulder, hand), tired, mild anemia. Fan and other autoanticorps negative. RF 12ui, when the normal is less than 14 ui. Lupus/RA?

Joint pain (knee, shoulder, hand), tired, mild anemia. Fan and other autoanticorps negative. RF 12ui, when the normal is less than 14 ui. Lupus/RA?

Hard to tell.: Joint pain and anemia can have many causes and may or may not be connected. You will need Sed Rate and/or CRP to see if you have active inflammation. There may be other tests needed to determine if it's RA or other causes. Get to an arthritis specialist if possible. Good luck! ...Read more

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F, 19. Possible diagnosis? Seeing a rheum. in 2 wks. Anemia, malar, low fever, tired, bald spot, joint pain, positive ANA, night sweats, nausea. Thx!

Wait and see: The rheumatologist in 2 weeks, can't commit to a diagnosis without more history and physical examination, symptoms and lab results are common to many conditions, and need to be explained within the clinical context, best wishes ...Read more

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Chriari, joint pain, high platelets, potassium, and wbc, severe anemia, extreme fatigue, fever, chronic sore throat. High neutriophil?

Chriari, joint pain, high platelets, potassium, and wbc, severe anemia, extreme  fatigue, fever, chronic sore throat. High neutriophil?

See a doctor ASAP: This sounds quite severe. Platelets are increased by anything stimulating the bone marrow. This can be caused by infection, autoimmune diseases, leukemia, and other conditions. If you are severely anemic and taking nsaids like Naproxen you should stop until sure you are not bleeding. You really should seek medical care immediately. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more

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I have all these symtoms memory lost , deppress, numbness, joint pain , low blood count, nausea speech problem and my lawyer told me that not lead poiso?

I have all these symtoms memory lost , deppress, numbness, joint pain , low blood count, nausea speech problem and my lawyer told me that not lead poiso?

Lawyer not doctor: Physicians are qualified and use labs to determine lead poisoning - if one has memory lost , deppress, numbness, joint pain , low blood count, nausea speech problem one shoudl be consulting with a physician and following up on recommedned labwork and consults. With symptoms like that, the least one should worry about is the opinion of the attorney - seek medical help. ...Read more

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Dr. Stratos Christianakis
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Joints (Definition)

Joints are parts of the body, formed by the cartilage-covered ends of bones plus the strong, flexible ligaments that attach the bones to one another. Movements at the joints in the body allow the different parts of the body to move in ...Read more


Dr. Thomas Namey
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Joint Pain (Definition)

Joint pain is a clinical finding in which a joint (where two bones meet) is painful to move. This can occur with arthritis, crystal build up in joints, ...Read more