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Can Anemia Cause Backache
Perhaps a better...: Question might be can they be correlated? While it is hard for me to imagine anemia (a constitutional issue) in an otherwise normal host giving rise to such a focal complaint, i can envision several causes of back pain that might lead to anemia. For example, retroperitoneal bleeding, renal issues, etc. You should see your dr. Soon to address this issue. ...Read more
How would I know if kidney problem causes my anemia? Other symptoms- extensive vomiting, brown urine, lower back pain
See a doctor: You see a doctor, have the issue evaluated and lab testing done and then you will know the cause. ...Read more
Anemia back pain: Back pain and anemia is a combo for an underlying bone marrow cancer does not fit with your age severe anemia can cause ischemia of back muscles causing pain increasing on exersion, heredetary anemias like sickle can cause ischemic renal infarcts causing back pain. Also renal failure can cause back pains and anemia. Hemolytic anemias can cause back pains from the sudden drop in hemoglobin.. ...Read more
I have anemia. Always feel tired and have back pain. I'm a clerk and most of the time sitting down. I'm 20 y/o (barely 20. still 19). What must I do?
Anaemia: Important to find the cause of the anaemia . Treatment is iron replacement or blood transfusion , depending on severity. Important to prevent iron loss. See your doctor to find the cause. Unless cause is found, all treatments are going to be a temporary fix ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
51 yrs heavy long periods, anemia back pain, fibroid 14mm + 2 hypochoic formations 19mm on each ovary . Fsh levels very high then normal. ? Think
A lot going on: You need to see your gyn for an evaluation that should include an endometrial biopsy. If that is normal, there are several options. Oral contraceptives will likely regulate your cycles, eliminate the follicles and make your menses lighter. Lysteda may decrease your menses without hormones. Endometrial ablation may be an option if your fibroids are small. Finally, a lsh may also be an option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- pregnancy test I have a lot of pelvic n back pain. Doc foun anemia n provided provera (medroxyprogesterone) to stop the bleeding but it didn't work im desperate help me.
OK, well there isn't: a way to stop heavy bleeding over the internet yet. So you will need a visit to either urgent care or the local ER if your bleeding is soaking through a super maxi pad an hour for four hours. You may want to repeat that pregnancy test or have that done at the ER or urgent care. Especially given the severe pain, I suggest a more urgent evaluation. You may need a D&C to stop bleed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
19 YO female ovarian cyste iron defiency anemia severe period pain, fatigue headaches back pain she is a student abroad dealing with stress the cyst recently reptured and was removed by sergery, is there a relation between the cyst and iron defiency?
29yo. Upper Cent abdo pain (w some tenderness); Intermittent mid-back pain; Nausea & excess saliva after eating. No anemia, normal kidney & liver function. Urine test clean, urinating normally. ?
Stomach pain: Sounds like a peptic ulcer. You probably should have an EGD (scope exam). Cease all alcohol consumption. Avoid all NSAIDS. H. pylori infection is relatively common. Consider taking 14 days of Clarithromycin and Amoxicillin and add Pepto-Bismol. (Obviously under care of a physician.) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes: Anemia is low blood count and may be mild or serious. Either you body does not produce enough red cells (blood cell cancer, uremia, chemotherapy, low iron, malnutrition) or you are actively bleeding (ulcers, trauma, GI malignancy, gu malignancy) or you are destroying your cells (inherited, splenic overactivity). Your hematologist needs to sort this out. If the cause is gone, you can do well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low Blood Count: This is a rare situation for younger men. So, it must be taken seriously. First would be a general sense of one's health. Are there any chronic illnesses or infections? Next would be if there could be a bleeding ulcer or other situation in the GI tract. Any good medical provider will investigate this situation fully to make sure the cause is identified and treated. ...Read more
Possible: Many people get aches and cramps in their legs when they are anemic and can be an early sign. If there are other pathologies, such as peripheral vascular disease, then it can cause an increase in pain as well. There is also weak evidence in the literature suggesting anemia can make fibromyalgia pain worse. I hope that helps! ...Read more
Multiple: Iron deficiency (microcytic hypochromic) is one of the main causes but there are others: vitamin b12/folate deficiency (macrocytic), chronic disease like infection or cancer (normocytic normochromic), genetic conditions (thalassemia), certain medications, toxins, etc. Consulting with your doctor or a hematologist for proper testing and diagnosis is a must before starting any treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anemia: Anemia is a condition when hemoglobin level is below the normal range. It can be caused by many things- i.e. Bleeding, iron, vit B12 deficiency, red blood cell destruction, , bone marrow failure etc. It can be so severe- such as in massive bleeding- and people do die from massive bleeding if bleeding can't be controlled. In chronic case- heart failure, other organ dysfunction/failure can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anemia...: Anemia (low hemoglobin) is caused by the body losing blood (heavy periods, blood in stool, red blood cell instability [hemoglobinopathies] or destruction [hemolysis]), the bodies inability to produce new red blood cells (for example iron deficiency), or a combination of these. Many causes of anemia are treatable, and some are inherited (sickle cell). Can need hospitalization depending on cause. ...Read more
Cerv Radiculopathy: Pain here is likely a pinched nerve from arthritic pressure and/or a herniated disc, or tendinitis (levator syndrome). Aggravated by poor posture at a computer. An exam by your doc can help determine if there is significant injury deserving of further studies or treatment. No hurry if not worsening, but, should be seen if not getting better. Nonsurgical usually helps. Try salonpas hot patches. ...Read more
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