Doctor insights on:
How Much Blood Loss Causes Anemia
Generally, blood loss is a term most commonly referring to bleeding. Blood loss can occur rapidly, due to trauma, or can occur slowly, as seen in diseases of the stomach or intestinal tract. Blood loss could refer to blood disorders that cause anemias, as seen in autoimmune disorders ...Read more
Simplified : Its usually orthostatic hypotension. Imagine a pipe and water is running through it. If there is a lot of water running through this pipe, the pressure in the pipe will be high, if there is small amount of water,the pressure will be low. Anemia is like that, it means less water in the pipe, hence low BP. the orthostatic part will be difficult to explain in limited space,but I hope this has helped ...Read more
Yes,it can cause.: In addition to the prolems of thromosis from excess cellular volume , patients have general symp. Such as fatigue-in nearly 80 percent of people, generalized itching, night sweats, fever , bonepain, and weight loss. Any type of cancer whether blood related or not-like lung , breast cancer patients have symptoms have weight loss, fatigue as cels proliferate in great numers in a short period. ...Read more
It can: The body may respond initially to fluid loss with increasing the heart rate & various stress hormones & chemicals that can push up the blood pressure for a while. Prolonged fluid losses will eventually result in low blood pressure, often to worrisome levels. The first treatment for such cases is a rapid intravenous infusion of fluid. ...Read more
Absolutely, multiple: ways. Common sequence: alcohol (+/- chronic viral hepatitis) drives fatty liver (steatosis) & liver scarring (cirrhosis) blocking blood return (portal vein) from intestines & high vein pressure (portal hypertension) enlarges stomach (gastric) & swallowing tube (esophagus) veins plus distal colon & peri-rectal (hemorrhoidal) veins & all leak blood into GI tract faster than bone marrow can replace. ...Read more
Yes: Hypothyroidism can cause macrocytic anemia. This anemia is due to poor nutrition and/or poor absorption of folate and B12. Thyroid hormones assist in that absorption, so low levels of T3 (liothyronine) and T4 can lead to that anemia. Treatment should not only address the anemia, but also the hypothyroidism. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Symptoms of blood loss anemia
- Postoperative blood loss anemia
- Blood diseases that cause anemia
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Can anemia cause hair loss?
- Does anemia cause loss of appetite?
- Can giving blood cause anemia?
- Can blood donation cause anemia?
- Talk to a hematologist online for free