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Symptoms Of Too Much Blood Loss
Variable: The average amount of blood loss during menses is approximately 80 cc. An enterprising ob/gyn resident many years ago did a project that determined the amount of menstrual blood each brand of tampon would hold if soaked so that women could determine how much blood loss they had in any given cycle. I don't think this was published however. ...Read more
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
Bleeding very heavy after taking provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10mg for 10 days, prior I have been bleeding for 3 months I'm worried about too much blood loss?
Have blood test: This is a normal effect of prover to induce the full thickness sloughing of your lining. Check your blood count checked to see if you are anemic from the bleeding. Go ahead and take some iron. ...Read more
Can you loose too much blood durring your period? My periods are anything but normal and quite often when im on my period it lasts for very long periods of time up to months I feel very tired and in quited a bit of pain my concern is too much blood loss I
I'm just wondering, if you have hemorrhoids and had some blood loss, would that be considered too much?
Irregular period, massive blood loss, dizzy, blood clotssoaking super tampons in 10 minutes, feel like im going to faint, am I loosing too much blood?
Go to ER: Yes! You need to go to the emergency room and be seen right away. ...Read more
If I lose a lot of blood after defecating will I have symptoms of blood loss? Can I stop bleeding when I wipe? Do I need to change diet or any habits?
I know when you get cut you can bleed too much and suffer blood loss, can that that happen if you have a heavy period? Is it the same side affects?
I had an excessive mens. Bleeding for 14 days. No hormonal pills ever. The blood loss was ab500 cc. How long to continue with Sangobion & what dosage?
I'm anemic due to heavy blood loss mentrating. Found out I have fibroids. How long do I have to take feramax till my anemic symptoms disappear? Out I
How long will it take for my symptoms of anemia (headache and dizziness) to go away? My anemia was caused by blood loss from a miscarriage and surger
Blood loss: Any blood loss is serious. It also depends on if loss happens quickly or over a long period of time - the body has different mechanisms to deal with different blood losses. However, a 10% blood loss is serious and a 20% blood loss is very dangerous. Again, it also depends on surrounding circumstances. Please discuss with child's caretakers if blood counts dropping. ...Read more
Depends on rate: Rapid blood loss, think: gunshot wound, leads to immediate shock and death, obviously. Gradual blood loss leads to anemia with symptoms of fatigue, weakness, apathy, and malaise. Very severe anemia is surprisingly well tolerated for long periods if it has occurred very slowly like due to menstruation without adequate iron replacement or slow bleeding in the bowels. ...Read more
Not usually: When one bleeds to death, they usually become comatose (unconscious), as the brain is deprived of nutrients and oxygen. As best we know, this is not painful state. However, many patients who bleeding severely have a sense of doom and anxiety and sense their life is slipping away. "The ever say I feel like I'm gonna die"- a big warning sign for a trauma surgeon. ...Read more
Bleeding: 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 such as hemolytic anemia. ...Read more
Need more info: In order to answer this question, one would need more contextual information. ...Read more
Anemia?: I assume you mean chronic anemia. Power lifting is an anaerobic exercise and wouldn't be affected too much by acute anemia unless it was profound. More importantly, would be to identify the cause of a chronic anemia. Poor diet or a perhaps a medical condition that would have an indirect affect on your ability to train and/or build muscle mass. ...Read more
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