Headaches In Patients With Anemia And High Triglyceride Lab Results?
Mlm…rnI’m 33 years old..womanrnWant to ask… I often have headaches/headaches like all of that… I also lack blood.rnThen 2 weeks ago I checked my triglycerides blood height 275…rnWhat effect does that have on?rnWhat medicine is suitable for lowering his triglycerides…rnI am currently taking sangobion for low blood pressure… And omega complex for triglycerides …rnThx… Please help…
Headaches are a common thing, headaches can be caused by various causes. Headaches are not always caused by high triglyceride levels, high triglyceride levels can sometimes cause pain in the neck and head but it is very non-specific. Some of the causes that can cause headaches such as:
Primary headaches, such as tension headaches, high blood pressure, heart valve disorders, low blood sugar levels/hypoglycemia, chronic anemia/lack of red blood cells, an infection in the body, minus eyes/myopia, tumors, normal triglyceride levels, less than 200 mg/dL. If you have high triglyceride levels up to 275 it doesn't always require medication, especially if you are only 33 years old. If only high triglyceride levels and no other risk factors then you can start a good diet, such as consuming low-fat foods, consuming enough vegetables and fruit, exercising regularly, and reducing carbohydrate consumption.
After 1 month on the diet, it is recommended that you recheck your lipid profile levels (total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL, HDL). If it hasn't gone down, then you should immediately consult a doctor first so that the doctor can check your condition first, and later can give the right medicine.
Maybe the cause of the headache you are experiencing right now can be caused by the anemia you are experiencing. Anemia is a condition in which the body lacks red blood cells. Anemia that lasts a long time can cause headaches, dizziness, weakness. Anemia must be looked for, causes that can cause anemia such as:
iron deficiency kidney disorders there is chronic bleeding such as bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract blood cell abnormalities therefore, it is recommended that you consult an internal medicine specialist, so that the doctor can examine your condition thoroughly, from your anemia to your triglyceride levels.
the following article you can read about triglycerides
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