Cycles And Duration Of Anemia
My doc, Gabriella, aged 22 years old, seems like I have experienced symptoms such as Anemia sufferers since I was in the 2nd grade elementary school, and now I have sat on the bench last semester of PT since long ago I often arrived “feeling unwell in the stomach then accompanied by thumping chest throbbing, then dizziness, dark eyesight and ending in a state of unconsciousness (fainting). This condition is sometimes “I do not know when it comes because it always arrives” even though I am in a fit condition, regular eating patterns, good sleep patterns, but still sometimes this kind of inflammation, even when I am not tired, has happened, and I already know when the symptoms appear I can feel it, for example when I do something fatigue and irregular breathing, or in any condition sometimes it arrives “limp, if it’s like that mka I will leave the activity. And usually if you faint, after he regained consciousness his condition returned to fit like no pain. So is it really like that when we have anemia, and will it continue for the rest of my life? Thank you 🙏
Hello Gabriela, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
To know someone having anemia is certainly not enough just to feel the symptoms, because every symptom that appears can also be caused by other causes besides anemia. A complete examination is needed to diagnose anemia, starting from a physical examination and supporting investigations such as blood tests, peripheral blood smear examination, and so on. It is also useful to distinguish the types of anemia given because each type is certainly different treatment.
Anemia can continue to occur if the cause is not treated. For example in iron deficiency anemia, if iron intake is also not fulfilled then anemia can continue or in anemia due to bleeding if bleeding is not sought and not stopped.
Some types of anemia include:
Anemia due to iron deficiency
Anemia due to folic acid deficiency
Anemia due to bleeding
Hemolytic anemia, and so on
But complaints as you describe can also occur due to other causes such as hypoglycemia / sugar deficiency, dehydration / lack of fluids, fatigue, stress, and so on. Therefore it is very important to check yourself to the doctor, especially the complaints you often feel.
For now, all you can do is:
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Consumption of orange juice with food can increase iron absorption
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
Manage stress well
Atrikel concerning ANEMIA.
That's all, hope it helps.