Displaying 11 questions associated with Anemia.
I was prescribed both but I thought they were for the same purpose - anxiety. Should I take both at different times?
I have been on Cymbalta for about a year. I have fibromyalgia and major depression. I have found it to be a great medication for me. But now I have been diagnosed with anemia. I have never had anemia and wondered if anyone else ran into this problem .
Will heavy alcohol consumption interfere with the effects of taking Ferrous Sulfate orally for a person with has Iron Deficiency Anemia
My mom has lupus and she has low iron. Today she has been feeling weak, tired, and fatigued. We were sitting at the table talking and all of a sudden both her knees turned dark purple. It stayed for a couple minutes and slowly faded. We both are wondering what could cause this.
I Was told I was low in vitamin D and read that vitamin D3 is the vitamin to take. It's all confusi?
I Was told I was low in vitamin D and read that vitamin D3 is the vitamin to take. It's all confusing to me. I am a 69 year old female with severe Crohns Disease, anemia (just had two more blood transfusions) and arthritis. A combination of D3, Magnesium and Calcium made a huge difference with... read more
I was diagnosed with ADHD in 2nd grade, PTSD/ Depression and Anemia in 9th grade. I started routinely taking Vyvanse in 10th grade and off and on with Zoloft until this past year where i began to take it routinely. obvious symptoms: weight fluctuation, insomnia, arrhythmia, loss of appetite. But... read more
I take Feramax 150 for anemia, once a day, first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, with orange juice, to maximize absorption. My doctor has now recommended doubling the dose. Should I take both pills together, or the second at night when my stomach would not be empty?
I got the Nexplanon implant may 2017 it was the worst first if all I have anemia so my periods or super heavy so I was on the nexplanon for 4 months it didn’t work Ionly got on it cause I thought my periods would stop it made me bleed for 5 months straight non stop so I called in to the umpc... read more
Does anyone know of the source of the 36% figure? Hematologic side effects have included alterations in laboratory studies such as significant decreases in hematocrit, hemoglobin, red blood cell count, serum cholesterol, serum calcium, and serum albumin levels. Pseudoanemia (laboratory findings... read more