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What Is Postpartum Anemia
Anemia after birth: Post-partum anemia is relatively common. Some women will lose some blood when they deliver their baby and will need time for the body to replace it. Other causes are chronic nutritional deficits (especially iron) check with your OB about the proper way of getting your blood count back to normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Postpartum : depression is a psychological disorder which occurs in women after child birth. It is a very serious form of depression which can endanger both the mother and child if left untreated. Suicidal and homocidal thoughts can accompany the depression. Psychotherapy and medication can help overcome this disorder. ...Read more
Big red blood cell : Is a type of anemia presented with big size of red blood cells- that results from inhibition of dna synthesis during red blood cell production.This leads to continuing cell growth without division. It is most often due to hypovitaminosis, specifically a deficiency of vitamin B12 and/or folic acid, deficiency in micronutrient- as well as others including drugs/chemo etc. Work up needs to be done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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.The defect in red cell DNA synthesis is most often due to hypovitaminosis, specifically a deficiency of vitamin B12 and/or folic acid. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What happens if postpartum depression is depression after pregnancy, what is depression during pregnancy called?
Depression: Some people only have depression problems after a pregnancy, possibly increased risk because of the hormone changes. Some people have depression at other times, not due to a particular cause. If a woman is on antidepressants when she gets pregnant, she should talk with her doctor about the risks of taking them or not taking them during the pregnancy. ...Read more
Common: Mood disorders occur in almost 85% of people sometime during their life. The extreme changes in the body and in the hormones, make mood disorders like depression very common during pregnancy. This is usually treatable and should be discussed with the physician giving prenatal care. ...Read more
Fetal, newborn type: There are different types of hemoglobin, and they are determined by the type of dna in one's genes. What most people have are called normal hemoglobin types, and then there are genetic mutations that create other types of "abnormal" hemoglobin (that are not as good as the normal hemoglobin). Hemoglobin f is the normal hemoglobin of fetuses and newborn babies, and f does not cause anemia. ...Read more
Low blood production: Fa is an inherited disorder of blood cell production. It usually develops slowly over years. The blood counts are abnormal, and this be treated with medications or bone marrow transplant. These patients will also have a tendency to develop certain cancers. Fa patients can be short and have skeletal abnormalities, commonly abnormal thumbs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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