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I have anemia and workout often, what is the fastest way to get my RBC count up?

I have anemia and workout often, what is the fastest way to get my RBC count up?

Stop Bleeding: Make sure your are not losing blood or destroying rbc's see your doctor for this evaluation. Alpha sun (blue-green algae) and other organic high chlorophyll productis is helpful. The chlorophyll molecule is exactly the same as the hemoglobin molecule except for the central ion is iron in hemoglobin and magnesium is the center of chlorophyll; Alpha sun is also high in iron. ...Read more

Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Low Blood Count (Definition)

Low blood count is also known as Anemia. Anemia is a condition in which the body has a decreased amount of healthy red blood cells, which normally provide oxygen to body tissues. Common causes may include certain medications, chronic diseases such as cancer, a poor ...Read more


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Is chlorophyll safe to consume if you have a high creatine level of 1.6?

Is chlorophyll safe to consume if you have a high creatine level of 1.6?

Plant pigment: Chlorophyll, the green pigment in plants, responsible for photosynthesis, should not affect your creatinine level. With a level at 1.6, you must consult a nephrologist to see if you can prevent further damage to your kidneys. ...Read more

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Risk of using liquid chlorophyll ?

Just one.: Risk of spending money on something that has no effect ( except to control colostomy odor). Do not spend your hard earned money on products like this. ...Read more

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Can chlorophyll improve your night vision?

Can chlorophyll improve your night vision?

No: These are unrelated and there is no effect of this otherwise wonderful chemical, on eyesight. ...Read more

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What is anemia?

What is anemia?

Low blood count: Anemia is a low red blood cell count, it can caused by low iron levels or from loss of blood. Red blood cells carry oxygen through the body. If you are anemic you have less of this oxygen-carrying capability and symptoms include fatigue, racing heart and dizziness. It is usually treated with iron supplements. ...Read more

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Will I always notice symptoms if I have anemia?

Will I always notice symptoms if I have anemia?

No: If anemia develops slowly, your body adjusts to the slow reduction in oxygen carrying capacity, and this compensation prevent the development of symptoms. In this context, anemia can become quite profound before any symptoms manifest. If anemia develops quickly, however, symptoms are quick to appear. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of anemia?

What are the symptoms of anemia?

Many: Symptoms of anemia include lightheadedness, dizziness, weakness, lethargy, rapid heart rate, fatigue, pale skin, etc. In addition, some may have none of these symptoms. Anemia is a symptom; something else is causing the anemia and the cause needs to be found by your doctor. ...Read more

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What is anemia megaloblastica?

What is anemia megaloblastica?

Megaloblastic anemia: Megaloblastic anemia (or megaloblastic anaemia) is an anemia (of macrocytic classification) that results from inhibition of DNA synthesis during red blood cell production.[1]The defect in red cell DNA synthesis is most often due to hypovitaminosis, specifically a deficiency of vitamin B12 and/or folic acid. ...Read more

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What are the signs when you get anemia?

What are the signs when you get anemia?

Many: Signs and symptoms of anemia include lightheadedness, dizziness, weakness, lethargy, rapid heart rate, fatigue, pale skin, etc. In addition, some may have none of these symptoms. Anemia is a symptom; something else is causing the anemia and the cause needs to be found by your doctor. ...Read more

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How much should I worry about anemia?

How much should I worry about anemia?

Anemia is a concern: There are several types of anemia, the most common is iron deficiency. Red blood cells are made and renewed every 120 days and require iron for production. A lack of iron or (folic acid) can cause a low number of red blood cells also known as anemia. Heavily menstruating women can have anemia from blood loss as well as conditions like uterine fibroids as a cause. ...Read more

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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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