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Signs and symptoms of iron deficiency anemia can include the following: Feeling tired or weak. Shortness of breath. Rapid heart rate/palpitations. Having trouble concentrating. Pale skin.

Foods high in iron include: Red meats (especially liver) Poultry. Seafood (especially sardines, shellfish and anchovies) Leafy green vegetables like spinach and broccoli. Beans. Apricots, prunes and raisins (especially dried) Nuts.

Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is a blood condition in which the body fails to make enough healthy red blood cells. IDA is caused by a deficiency in iron, a mineral that acts as an important. Iron deficiency is having too little iron in your body. Iron is in red blood cells.

Anemia is a low blood cell count. Specifically, you don’t have enough red blood cells. Iron deficiency is having too little iron in your body. Iron is in red blood cells.

Anemia is a low blood cell count. Specifically, you don’t have enough red blood cells. You need iron to make hemoglobin, the.

Diagnosis of Iron Deficiency Anemia. Complete blood count (CBC). This test checks to see how many red blood cells you have. Peripheral blood smear.

This test looks at the size and shape of your red blood cells. In iron deficiency anemia, red blood cells are smaller Hematocrit. This test shows. Iron-deficiency anemia can make existing heart problems worse, or even cause them. Get the facts to protect your heart.

Iron-Deficiency Anemia: Special Considerations for Women If you’re a woma. You can get iron-deficiency anemia from: Bleeding, either from losing a large amount of blood quickly (for instance, in a serious accident) or losing small amounts of blood over a long period of time. The body.

Iron-deficiency anemia is a common type of anemia that occurs if you do not have enough iron in your body. People with mild or moderate iron-deficiency anemia may not have any signs or symptoms. More severe iron-deficiency anemia.

Symptoms of iron deficiency anemia include GI upset, weakness, tiredness, lack of energy, and problems with concentration and memory. In addition, people with iron deficiency anemia are less able to fight.

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Answer: 4 Rationale: Pathological anemia of pregnancy is primarily caused by iron deficiency.

“Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
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E. In moderately severe microcytic anemia, the diagnosis of iron deficiency should only be made with a history of an iron poor diet (ages 6 to 36 months) or explained blood loss without a history and physical exam suggesting another cause.

“Berman's Pediatric Decision Making E-Book” by Lalit Bajaj, Simon Hambidge, Ann-Christine Nyquist, Gwendolyn Kerby
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by Lalit Bajaj, Simon Hambidge, et. al.
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When anemia is identified solely by hemoglobin or hematocrit, 60% of children in developed countries have anemia not because of iron deficiency.

“Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 2-Volume Set” by Robert M. Kliegman, MD, Bonita F. Stanton, MD, Joseph St. Geme, MD, Nina F Schor, MD, PhD
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by Robert M. Kliegman, MD, Bonita F. Stanton, MD, et. al.
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Answer: 3 Rationale: Pathological anemia of pregnancy is primarily caused by iron deficiency.

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by Linda Anne Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Select all of the correct responses related to iron deficiency anemia.

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There is no evidence of iron deficiency in the peripheral blood because RBCs survive 120 days, and the patient does not experience symptoms of anemia.

“Rodak's Hematology E-Book: Clinical Principles and Applications” by Elaine M. Keohane, Larry Smith, Jeanine M. Walenga
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

■ Iron deficiency is frequent; folate deficiency is associated with maternal anaemia and also with neural tube defects (NTDs) in the fetus.

“Hoffbrand's Essential Haematology” by A. Victor Hoffbrand, David P. Steensma
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by A. Victor Hoffbrand, David P. Steensma
Wiley, 2019

Exercise 8-5: True or false Identify whether the following statements about diagnostic findings associated with iron-deficiency anemia are true or false: _ 1.

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Consequently, iron deficiency manifests as dysfunction of multiple organ systems including red blood cells, white blood cells, brain, heart, and skeletal muscle.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Of these 23 patients, 11 (47.8%) developed florid iron deficiency anemia, and another 11 demonstrated moderate iron depletion.34 The other anemic patient in the group had folate deficiency.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

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  • To the first comment, any illness is not good. It’s not a contest. It doesnt have to be cancer to matter. There is a myriad of illnesses out there people can have. The only disease in the world is not cancer. I don’t have cancer, so I don’t want to hear stories just about cancer. NF.

  • Thank you for your comment. As a federal research institute, the NHLBI cannot counsel you on specific medical problems. We encourage you to consult with a doctor or other health professional who has examined you and is familiar with your medical history.

  • When someone is diagnosed with just about any type of mental illness the first thing doctors should do is put them on chelated iron, methylated folate, and give the B-12 and multi-B vitamin injections. Plus lot’s of Magnesium.

  • Very good video on the awareness of low iron I believe my daughter is going through a lot of these things that you were talking about especially on your other video when you talk about mental health anxiety depression thank so much for spreading this information like you was explaining to the doctor they are quick to describe you all this medicine and you still feel messed up wow not to mention costing you more and more money

  • Thank you for your comment. As a federal research institute, the NHLBI cannot counsel you on specific medical problems. We encourage you to consult with a doctor or other health professional who has examined you and is familiar with your medical history.

  • This video confuses me. I’m anemic and it’s the least of my problems. This lady is acting like a cancer survivor, but anemia is not a major thing and barely effects quality of life…?

  • Thanks for your comment. Obesity per se is not associated with anemia. The detection of anemia in a person who is obese needs to be looked into further to find an underlying cause. You can learn more about obesity, anemia, and other conditions and procedures on the NHLBI website in the Health Topics section.

  • Thanks for the video. This person’s story seemed very familiar to me. I too thought it was more my lifestyle that was causing me to be so exhausted all the time. Nice to see there is a path to feeling better.

  • My ferritin is 3 but supplements don’t work as it makes my stomach hurt, and doctor doesn’t want to do infusion… please help I feel really bad and want to die but I know it’s the low iron that makes me feel this way

  • Hi, I was wondering how long it takes for iron supplements to take affect? I’ve been taking iron along with vitamin supplements for about 2-3 weeks and i’ve still been feeling lethargic, shortness of breath (really bad), dizziness, heart palpitations and some other stuff.

  • Thank you for your comment. While some types of anemia can be mild, short-term, and easily treatable, other types can be severe and long-lasting. Some anemias can be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated. Learn more on the NHLBI website.

  • IBS heart palpitations and acid reflux and chronic fatigueI was anemic and I had blood in stoolI’m dairy and gluten free now and have no more IBS symptoms but still slightly anemic

  • Thanks so much for this interview! So informative! I just posted it on a Facebook group I am a member of for Women with Iron deficiency in Australia

  • If you eat a healthy plant based diet, full of iron rich food then no need to eat innocent animals, which result in other health issues such as cancers, heart problems the list is endless from eating animals and their by products and of course by eating a plant based diet less harm to destroying our plant.
    Check out healthy plant based food as food is medicine and medicine is food!

  • I had a iron deficiency since i was 7. And i was always a depressed kid with anxiety since i became overweight when i was 11. That time was the most happiest years of my life.

  • I have for years been getting these dry crusty sores on the sides of my mouth. I decided to ask the doctor to find out what was causing it whilst going in for something else and after she looked at my bloods, she confirmed that it was caused by a mild iron deficiency. I have started taking an iron supplement with 100% RDA iron along with B-vitamins and hopefully this will sort the problem out but I had no idea this was causing it.

  • I have leaky gut, I am barely absorping all the nutrients from my diet. I tried healing my gut with L-glutamine and it helped a bit. But I think I lack certain digestive enzymes cause of age. I am constantly anemic, and a strong perscription iron supplement does wonders, for a bit, and then it makes me severely constipated. I would have to eat steak all day long, around 50 steaks, to get the amount that is in the supplement since some gets lost. So I am stuck. Could I get an iron shot?

  • I used to remain always anemic,weak despite of being taking proper diet, taken lots of medicines but anemia care pack by planet ayurvedia has given me satisfactory @t dont feel any kind of weakness.

  • Thanks for sharing. i just found out I have anemia and I’ve been wondering about it a lot. Is taking vitamins an okay substitute for iron pills, or should I take iron pills?

  • A few years back I had been suffered from anemia problem, but after using Planet Ayurveda Anemia Care Pack now I really feel much better. it’s an herbal product.

  • I could have listened to you for hours. Absolutely me! I am homozygous C282y Hemochromatosis and was told to avoid iron at all cost, until i recently gave iron supplements a try, and feel fantastic. We have so much to learn about the mystery of iron balance. Thank you for this video and topic.

  • Iron became so low that I had Anemia and was unable to find a cure. I searched the net and reached Planet Ayurveda and got Anemia Care Pack and some dietary tips that were followed precisely by me. Iron enhanced in my body and I said bye bye to Anemia. For free health consultation: +91 – 8427864030  ​ https://goo.gl/KfA2PE

  • I have severe pruritis. A blood panel showed no problems except: Iron 30 (50-180)

    I’ve been taking ferrous sulfate 160mg twice daily for a month but so far not much change in the itchiness.

  • Certain pathological bacteria in the gut feed on and deplete iron. PalaferCf should be taken with a good probiotic. Optimal Ferritin is 150 ug to 300 ug, 40 ug is the new ultra low, athletes non-competitive should be above 80 ug, competitive ideally 150 ug. Vitamin A is required to transport iron. Remember that iron deficiency is a global marker for all deficiencies and indicates poor diet or poor absorption. Patients with chronic low iron need dietary support and education such as a referral to a dietician at the least, or a GI specialist if other symptoms. Mental health will be affected with chronic low iron, as it is a global marker.

  • Being vegan made my anemia worse. We need Iron more than we need a liver. Now I eat beef AND take Iron supplements. Can’t be helped. They even diagnosed me as bipolar but that is probably misdiagnosis. Iron seems to have fixed all that. Sometimes you just have to eat beef for iron.

  • When eating/ drinking IRON rich foods. Please AVOID eating the following for 3hrseggs, wheat, chapati, pitta bread, bread, cake, yogurt, doughnut, coffee, tea, NUTS. tortilla wraps, biscuits, muffins cream, VIT E and multivitamin tablets, ZINC.
    You must also know what caused your Aneimia? Heavy period, pulops, fibroids, cescarian operation, miscarriage abortion, blood loss due to accident.( for the last 3 reasons Eating sheep/ lamb liver is great with carrots). If you are suffering memory loss, white hair n gaining weight it may be aneimia. Plz note the liver must be fried gently with little salt n pepperit must be a little raw inside. Never cook liver properly to get the right results. Avoid eating dinnertime as it takes many hrs to digest. Peace from England UK

  • I can hear every time you hit the record button on the audio. Lol I only notice this because I’ve been working on a video for a while now and I had to go back and cut out those little tapping noises. Nice video though, very informative

  • I have this issue. I had to get a blood transfussion as well. I am going to show my kids. With me my body doesn’t absorb iron properly at all

  • Can Iron deficiency anemia go back?
    For ex
    I took my medicine maybe 3-4 months and I stop taking my medicine at July(2019)
    (Lowkey the truth I didnt know if I already recover or not)
    Then I recover from my anemia…does it go back? Like do I get back from being anemic again?..

  • Anemia is a very serious condition and my friend suffered from anemia. She was on medication since long but had no relief. Then she tried “Anemia Care Pack” that is an Ayurvedic treatment for anemia. This care pack is offered by “Planet Ayurveda”. This really worked on anemia and my friend is now fit and fine.

  • I feel like this isn’t the best educational video. No trying to find why she is anemic? She could be bleeding in her intestines and they wouldn’t know because this stupid doctor is like “oh low iron just eat more iron then we’re all good”. Kind of like some of the doctors I’ve meet throughout my years with anemia. No trying to find the source and fix it… Stupid.

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Excuse me for chiming in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Ganrayden Peerless Gratification (just google it)? It is a smashing exclusive product for eradicating your urticaria minus the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate at very last got astronomical results with it.

  • Thank you for this information! I’ve been checking out your other videos as well. My ferritin is 24 and my doctor does not seem to do anything about it. She tells me that my iron is good but I have so many of these symptoms that I’m taking iron on my own. Once again thank you for putting this information out there

  • …Do “Allergies” increase the production of “Hepcidin” (which blocks Ferroportin) and it therefore leads to Anemia in Allergy Sufferers?

  • When I went to the Dr. everything came back normal, but the third time I went they checked my ferritin levels. My iron was 47 and my ferritin was 27 but my Trans Sat level percentage was a 16 instead of the balance of 20-55 range. Do you know what the differences are? My hemoglobin levels are fine as well.

  • Just saw my doctor. I am in the US. She said because in a previous test I had hemoglobin on the high end I do not have an iron problem. I had to wrestle with her to do just some of the tests. She is writing it off to mental illness. Maybe I am just mentally ill.

  • Hi, I saw your post on Instagram and I came to watch your videos it’s joint, muscle weakness and sometimes like a burning feeling in the skin? My ferritin is 3 my doctor just said to keep taking iron pills my b12 is normal that’s what she said. Can you please help me to confirm that my symptoms are from low iron storage I been in fear to have something else

  • EAT RED MEAT DAILY. rambling on for 18 minutes is useless. Over complicating the simplilest things to keep you chasing your own tail.

  • I have low iron and so I had signs of what iron deficiency and I kept on having most of the signs and so they did an exray in my head or whatever they did and my nurse thought I had Anxiety she said its probably because the kids are to loud but I kept telling her that they weren’t loud I called my mom and I told her and the nurse laughed last time she said that I am wasting her Time.

  • My hemoglobin is normal, but everything else is borderline abnormal (other words, on the low or high end of every scalp pertaining to iron deficiency). What’s weird? The scale for ferritin for my diagnostic office starts at FIVE ng/L, so the doctor doesn’t believe I need iron. They believe if you have at least 5 ferritin they think you’re fine!!

    My levels? Ferritin: 13 ng/L (“normal” 5-204), iron: 79 ug/L (“normal” 50-170), iron saturation percent: 17% (“normal” 15-50), and iron binding capacity at a whopping 460!! (“normal” 200-489).

    I’m experiencing light headedness, shortness of breath, vision issues, coldness in hands and feet, skin dryness, fatigue, brittle hair nails (which also have developed little “dips”?) Did you experience this even though you weren’t anemic??

    Ps: btw, not thyroid-I dont have a thyroid anymore and take replacement hormones, and my levels are checked and managed frequently enough that I know it isn’t this. Thyroid levels are perfect rn

  • Hi. I’ve had it all ������
    Gaia plant force iron is what I like — liquid and tastes great! Love you all. Praying for all the victims of the screwed up medical system. Keep going till you get the correct answers. Xxoo. Deb

  • Thank you for your question. As a federal research institute, the NHLBI cannot counsel you on specific medical problems. We encourage you to consult with a doctor or other health professional who has examined you and is familiar with your medical history. For more information on Iron-Deficiency Anemia, visit our website.

  • My ferritin is 16 and my doc said it’s normal. Thank you so much for this video!!!! I have been losing clumps of hair and have chronic fatigue, breathlessness, high pulse rate, etc. I need to find a doctor who is educated about low ferritin.

  • My name is Natasha and thanks for making these videos! I watched your infusion yesterday and today I got my own iron IV infusion. This topic is very important we need more info thanks for sharing! Don’t forget hair-loss as a symptom.����

  • Hi Sally, I wish the way you talk in your vlogs here is the same way you talked at work and on air at Ideal World. I find that you are very warm and entertaining in your vlogs than when on air. Believe it or not, I always mute the TV when you are on air. But I do enjoy your presentation in your vlogs which is very warm and humane. I hope you don’t feel offended because you seem to be a nice person in real life but not on air, unfortunately.

  • In observance of #Anemia Week, here is a “5 Facts” YouTube video about one of the most common blood conditions in the world. #5Facts
    http://youtu.be/nUyniVTbkak