In people with anemia the blood has a lower-than-normal number of red blood cells or hemoglobin to carry oxygen from the lungs to your body’s organs and tissues. The decreased supply of oxygen to the tissues can affect you and cause symptoms such as fatigue or feeling tired, pale skin or pallor, difficulty in concentration, fast heart-beat, shortness of breath. Initially, the symptoms may be mild and can go unnoticed but the symptoms worsen as anemia worsens. Here are a few ways that will help you cope and live with anemia.
If your doctor cannot diagnose the cause of your anemia orthe treatment that should work is not doing so consult another doctor or a blood specialist.
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