The Eyes Are Often Dark With A Decrease In BB?
Hello, my name is Trita I am 20 years old, for the past 2 months I often experience pain in my spine, pain in the left chest, dizziness, weakness and pale, my eyes often get dark all of a sudden when I make movements All of a sudden, I also lost 7 kg, do you think I really have aplastic anemia? But when I was treated, he said I only lacked water
Good afternoon Trita, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you experience can actually occur due to various things besides anemia, including:
Low blood pressure
Low blood sugar levels
As for aplastic anemia, this is one type of anemia, namely anemia or deficiency of red blood cells that occurs because the spinal cord is unable to produce red blood cells optimally. This condition is quite rare and can endanger the life of the person. The cause can be infections, side effects of drugs, immune diseases and exposure to toxic chemicals. There are many other causes of anemia, such as lack of iron, lack of folic acid, congenital diseases, abnormal cell shape, malaria, bleeding, and chronic diseases which are more or less the same symptoms.
So what we want to say is that it's too early to diagnose your condition with aplastic anemia, considering that there are so many conditions that can cause similar complaints, and you haven't done any tests. Our advice is if you feel you have consumed enough water but the complaint is still persistent, you should continue your examination to the doctor of internal medicine, to consider other possibilities through history, physical examination and support in the form of a complete blood test, chest X-ray, as well as a heart record. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile increase your consumption of water, fruits and vegetables, eat regularly, get enough rest, exercise regularly according to your ability, avoid pollution, dust and cigarettes, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.