Diet is not key. Despite all the huckstering, food choices are important in only a few relatively uncommon illnesses. You've got rheumatoid arthritis and are being treated with a powerful medication. RA itself is prone to cause a moderate anemia that will be better if your illness improves but that you can't otherwise manage. If you're anemic from some other cause, it needs to be worked up. Best wishes.
Anemia-yes. Anemia means that your hemoglobin or red blood count is lower than the normal range. Yes. One, however, can have vit B12 deficiency without having anemia yet- and only presented with macrocytosis- or elevation in red blood cell size.
YES. That is what anemia is lowred cells. In this case due to low vit b12.
Yes. Macrocytic anemia due to low levels of B12. If treated with injections of B12 the red count can return to normal.
I had stomach bypass surgery in 2006.I now have low red bood count. I take B12 1000mg day. Would a increase of B12 help my low blood count? 3
Low blood counts. I would recommend having some labs done by your doctor. They can usually tell if low B12 is the real issue.
My daughter has a low blood count and I was told she could not gain 1 pound but she is so little now will it hurt for her to eat due to the low blood?
I don't understand. I don't understand your question. If she has a low red blood count (anemia), she needs to eat healthy foods which contain iron- meats and green leafy vegetable mainly. It doesn't make sense that she would be told not to eat. Please check with your child's doctor to find out what is recommended.
May be. Common in menstruating females. Your may want check Iron, Vitamin B12 and RBC folate (folic acid) then treat as indicated.
Anemia. Anemia causes decrease delivery of oxygen to all the tissues of the body. It is important to find the cause of the anemia so we can correct it. For example is is due to : iron deficiency, colon cancer, any cancer, anorexia, leukemia, lymphoma, low thyroid, sickle cell anemia, etc. ..Anemia may cause heart attack, stroke as well.
Anemia. General principal is that anything that decreases the production of red blood cells in the bone marrow; or increases destructions of red blood cells and blood loss/bleeding-- will give you anemia.
Depends. Blood counts generally describe three types of cells. Anemia would be low red blood cell numbers, and this could be "low blood counts". But low blood counts could describe additional blood cells that are low. These results should be discussed with the provider that order the blood count.
Lack of red cells. Anemia is a lower than normal concentration of hemoglobin in blood. Hemoglobin is carried by red blood cells, and our test measures the total amount of HGB carried by all red cells in a volulme of blood. A low white blood cell count is leukopenia, and a low platelet count is thrombocytopenia.
Anemia. Anemia is condition where your hemoglobin concentration is below the normal range for you. Normal range will depend on your gender and depends on the value used by the laboratory/institution. There are different kinds of anemia (microcytic, normocytic, macrocytic) and there are many causes of anemia from deficiency of certain nutrient, destruction of red blood cells, marrow failure, bleeding etc.