No, because they would have to test for pregnancy to detect it. They can use the same blood to test it though if you request it.
iron deficiency anemia, pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and the use of birth control pills.
If you had a great blood loss during the surgery, then this could of caused the Anemia.
Ineffective erythropoiesis is responsible for the mild indirect hyperbilirubinemia seen occasionally in severe iron-deficiency anemia. So yes it is possible to be jaundiced from severe anemia.
"There are some possible complications to stomach stapling surgery. These include abdominal hernias, breakdown of the staple line, stretched stomach outlets, gallstones, and anemia."
When the physican states that the large amount of amount of blood loss is due to the surgery and causing the anemia.
Yes, due to low erythropoietin hormone
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Erthropoietin. It regulates erthropoIesis, which is the production of red blood cell
Anemia is defined as a condition where the body does not produce enough healthy red blood cells. Red blood cells are responsible for sending oxygen to the tissues of the body. Some possible causes of anemia are: certain medications, genetics, kidney failure, blood loss, pregnancy and more. Anemia can be identified by chest pain, dizziness or light-headedness, shortness of breath, tingling and constipation. Anemia can be dealt with by supplements of B12 and folic acid, blood transfusions and medicines like cortiocosteroids that help suppress the immune system.
Yes, this is possible. Anemia is caused by low iron and is common in pregnancy because the baby is using a lot of red blood cells to grow. Anemia is treated with iron supplements or an increased amount of iron in your diet. Gestational diabetes is caused by insulin resistance which results in an increased amount of sugar in the bloodstream. You can have both at the same time. However, if you are following a diabetic diet, chances are you will be getting enough iron to treat the anemia.