Typical symptoms & Therapeutic aspects
Iron-deficiency anemia is manifested by the signs of reduced Oxyhemoglobin in skin or mucous membranes and the symptoms of fatigue, lightheadedness, and weakness. None of the symptoms are sensitive or specifically known. Pallor of mucous membranes in children indicates anemia with best connection to the actual disease. The diagnosis and treatment of Iron Deficiency Anemia are discussed with emphasis placed upon consideration of patient specific features. Each cycle consists of 5000mg of oral elemental iron ingested over at least one month with appropriate follow-up.
Various Parts of the body, such as the spleen, drain old blood cells. Several natural causes of bleeding can be heavy, long, or frequent menstrual periods, Cancer in the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, or colon and Esophageal varices, generally from cirrhosis. Symptoms of Iron deficiency, Blood in stool are to be considered as seriously to diagnose anemia. Some blood tests such as Hematocrit and hemoglobin, RBC indices indicate the severity of the diseased condition.