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Name: Crystal

Question:
H I Dr. Warner,
I am a 43 year old female. I was just diagnosed having anemia. My doctor thinks it's diet related. My numbers were, Hemoglobin-9.9 And Hemocrat (not sure on the spelling)-30.3. I am in Perimenopause and my periods are normal, other then a couple heavy ones here & there. I feel extreme weakness, light headed,dizzy, rubber leg feeling, having a lot of heart palpitations and just feel very tired and out of it. My doctor is out of town for the holidays, but I spoke with her receptionist and she thinks the anemia could be making me feel this way. My question is, do you think my symptoms sound like anemia and would the current numbers be enough to cause those symptoms? Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Crystal

Answer:
Your symptoms and blood tests are compatible with anemia and you should be treated properly by a doctor familiar with the treatment of all kinds of anemia.

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