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Stress Formula Plus Iron Medication
When i'm washing my hair, I am loosing an abnormal amount... Is that because of stress, or low iron levels? I'm not sure and it's making me worried
Maybe: You need to see a dermatologist or primary care doctor for examination and testing to answer the question specific to your situation. ...Read more
Stress affects most people in some way. Acute (sudden, short-term) stress leads to rapid changes throughout the body. Almost all body systems (the heart and blood vessels, immune system, lungs, digestive system, sensory organs, and brain) gear up to meet perceived danger. These stress responses could prove beneficial in a critical, life-or-death situation. Over time, however, repeated stressful situations put a strain on the body that may contribute to physical and psychological problems. Chronic (long-term) stress can have real health consequences and should be addressed like any other health concern. Fortunately, research is showing that lifestyle changes and stress-reduction techniques can help people learn ...Read more
Can stress make you feel extremely drained and tired? I am currently in counseling to work through other issues. I've been taken iron regularly too.
Good & bad stress: If you're in an impossible life situation or had something with which you truly cannot cope, this is "bad stress" and it'll make you feel bad. Other stress is "good stress" because it pushes you to achieve, learn new skills, and put bad stuff behind you. If you're iron-deficient, you're going to feel tired and drained even before you become anemic. Best wishes. ...Read more
Can stress be the cause of the black little vertical lines that I have on my left and right thumb nail or because not enough iron?
Various causes: This sounds like splinter hemorrhages. There are various causes, such as injury to the nail or other internal causes (including infections) please see your healthcare provider to fully assess. ...Read more
I have been using iron supplements, for the past 4 years, only recently, constipated and bloated, low due to childbirth, stress,not absorbing frm food?
Why 4 years?: Iron deficiency from 3 causes: low intake, increased loss, e.g. menstrual loss, pregnancy ("lost" to fetus), urinary or gut bleeding, e.g. ulcers, polyps, tumors, poor absorption, e.g. stomach and/or bowel disease due to celiac sprue (gluten induced inflammation), inflammatory bowel disease. See MD ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Why do I get migraines after my menses usually. The severarity varies. How can I prevent them or at least decrease severity. Is this caused by low iron, or stress at this time.
I feel lethargic after 1pm for ~5hrs, over last 4 mos. Abstract thinking becomes a challenge. I eat well, run ~2h/wk. Sleep naturally varies 7-10h. Body can't nap. I take iron, no caffeine, no stress?
Stree/illness: and genetics can all play a role. ...Read more
Last 2 year I have some health issue no thyroid no iron..hair losing alot..baldness start from my back..I have two year kid..n I have stress also plz?
Is it possible for an anemia of chronic disease, which needs iv iron transfusion, to precipitate to encephalopathy in a setting of extreme stress?
Had CBC done and I am stressing about high platelet count of 816, 000.Dr never mentioned it just said iron deficency anemia. Should i be very worried?
I've been experiencing hair loss due to stress and improper diet. I've been taking iron supplements and had my blood work done, everything is within the normal range but on the low end. My medical provider recommended using rogaine on my thin areas f?
My left eye is twitching like crazy, my hair is falling out, severe headaches, and my mouth tastes like iron. Any ideas? How can I lower my stress?
Stress? i don't know: That all those things could be due to stress is possible but far-fetched. Your symptoms are very suggestive of drug side effects, especially Depakote. If you are taking any major presciption drugs, start there. If you're not or stopping your meds doesn't eliminate the symptoms, you need to be worked up for metabolic, autoimmune or other conditions. DON'T stop any meds without supervision by an MD. ...Read more
Hair loss for 18 months in crown area, first due to stress, then perhaps due to very low TSH as a result of Thyroxine dose increase. Iron levels fine. Hair is now finer / softer and continues to shed - will my hair ever go back to how it was ?
Wrong assumptions: Iron level not relevant. "Stress" probably not a factor. Very low TSH because of overdosed thyroid probably not part of it. Thin hair on top is very common as women get older. Other meds? Birth control? Menstrual history? Pregnancies? Weight change? When you see a dermatologist be prepared to detail these items. You might be helped by spironolactone or dutasteride. ...Read more
Slightly raised spot on edge of lip, sometimes painful when stressed. Doctor said could be cold sore but been year with no blister/ scab. Low iron?
Lighter periods x 2 mos, notice almost no cervical mucus either-been very stressed, I'm otherwise healthy with iron anemia. Worry? Preg neg
Unclear question: If you are anemic, take oral iron supplement with multivitamins. If you think you are pregnant, do a home pregnancy test, if you miss a period by 4-5 days. If the result is negative repeat the test 4-5 days later unless you get a period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Diluting formula!: It is never good to dilute the formulas because your baby can be lacking in many things because of it. Yes it can cause anemia due to decreased intake of iron but also decrease in calories can also create problems particularly in growth and development . Don't dilute the formula. ...Read more
If there's an: Anxiety disorder then medications like selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or Buspar (buspirone) can be helpful. I don't usually recommend medication if the only issue is stress. Lifestyle changes can be helpful for both. Talking therapy ranks really high. Cognitive behavioral therapy can be quite effective. Aim for daily exercise, 8 hours of sleep per night ; good nutrition with 5 servings of veggies ;. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stress headaches: For "constant stress headaches, " please see your physician for evaluation & help with their cause. There are over the counter medicines like aleve, tylenol, (acetaminophen) etc that can be used; also some find peppermint herbal compresses on the forehead helpful. Ideally, explore & deal with your stress triggers with a therapist -- no meds needed, and what you learn serves you for a lifetime! be well. ...Read more
Can stress make me angry? I feel like punching a wall at work. Is there a way to control this? Medication, or otherwise?
Get help: Yes, stress can make a person angry. Ask your doc to refer you to a therapist or psychiatrist for eval/proper diagnosis. Meantime try to distract yourself, distance from what's setting you off (if possible) and find ways to clear your head to calm down. Be with a good friend or family member for support. Stay safe and don't let anger control you. With help you can get through this tough time. ...Read more
I have lost over 30lbs. in the past year due to stress. Is there any over the counter medications that would help gain my weight back?
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