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What Is The Significance Of Hypotension Anemia
Black out or more: Hello there - anemia is reduction in red blood cell (rbc) count - and specifically reduction in hemoglobin concentration which is the oxygen carrying agents in the RBC - and yes, anemia will cause hypotension because the blood is thinner and the oncotic pressure (viscosity or concentration pressure) is down - so this compounded effects of low blood pressure and low oxygen carrying capacity is bad. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hypotension is defined as "low blood pressure". Blood pressure is measured as two numbers and expressed as systolic blood pressure (sbp) / diastolic blood pressure (dbp). The sbp is the pressure that is generated when the heart squeezes. Dbp occurs when the heart relaxes. 120/70 is considered normal in adults. Less than 100/60 (of either number) can ...Read more
I am suffering from iron deficieny anemia, but iron supplemnt irritate my oasphegas, now I am notice increase in pulse and hypotension.
I start to lose consiousness lying down but i don't faint. I have anemia, hypotension, and hypoglycemia. Which one is more likely to cause this?
Your PCP can help: I hope you have a pcp/ an internist, to take care of your health problems. Each of your listed problems needs to be sorted out and well documented as to its cause and how to control/treat it. I doubt that you have all these unrelated medical issues happening to you all at once. Let him/her explain if they are really and truly present or not. It takes simple testing and physical exam to check you. ...Read more
If the heart and lungs are fine, no anemia etc but the brain receives less blood due to say hypotension could it cause shortness of breath?
Highly Unlikely!: Hypotension drives dizziness, slowness of mental function, etc; dyspnea (shortness of breath) very unlikely. Dyspnea typically a result of exercise, anxiety &/or increased congestion in lungs, as perceived in brain. Having a "normal" echo or MRI does no exclude this because they do not reveal diastolic function, pulmonary venous pressures or air flow; only possibly changes of chronic elevation. ...Read more
Depends on cause: a thorough history and physical exam, Labs, echo, event recorder and a Tilt Table Test should give us what we need to make most diagnoses . Treatment is then targeted to the specific cause. In the mean time drink plenty of water,avoid long periods without eating,get plenty of sleep, use support stockings and increase the sodium in your diet. ...Read more
Why can't i stand for long periods of time? I am a fairly healthy young female (20-25yrs old). I only suffer from occasional migraines. I have been diagnosed with anemia and i usually have very low blood pressure. I cannot stand upright for more than 10 m
Your : Your problem could be any number of things. First of all you are hypotensive and anemic. Both of these things can make you weak. I would start by getting an echo and ecg. The postural hypotension and weakness may be from the blood rushing to your legs. I would start by having you wear compression hose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Syndrome: What you describe could have many causes. The two you mention are among the possibilities. ...Read more
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