Limp And Feel Tired In People With Anemia?

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I was anemic a month ago. but right now, I’m not so weak or tired when I do something. If that’s the case, I’m almost recovered from anemia.

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Hello Karto! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.


Anemia is a condition where the body lacks red blood cells. Anemia needs to be proven by blood tests. Maybe it needs to be clarified whether a month ago you were diagnosed with anemia by a doctor or you only experience weakness and fatigue easily after doing activities. If you have indeed been diagnosed with anemia by a doctor, the cause of the anemia needs to be addressed. Overcoming the problem of anemia usually takes a long time. You need to follow the doctor's advice on how long you need treatment. If your symptoms are improving now, chances are you are responding to treatment given by a doctor. For that, you need to continue treatment for more optimal results.


If you have not been diagnosed with anemia by a doctor, you still may not have anemia. There are various diseases that can cause the body to feel weak and easily tired. You should be examined directly by a doctor to find out the cause of this. The doctor will ask in more detail about the symptoms you are feeling and examine you directly. If necessary, the doctor will recommend that you undergo further examination.


That's all information from me. I hope this helps.


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