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2007-09-06 03:05:57
2007-09-06 03:05:57

Uuuum....what? Do you mean "why would a lack of folic acid NOT cause nuerological problems" or do you mean why DOES it? Please clarify,as my friend is anxious to know the answer.


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vitamin B12 deficiency causes vitamin B12 deficiency anemia.

It causes a type of Anemia called Iron - Deficiency Anemia.

No, but they can cause anemia and a nutritional deficiency.

The most common cause of anemia in adults is iron deficiency.

In developing countries located in tropical climates, the most common cause of iron deficiency anemia is infestation with hookworm.

Anaemia is a deficiency of iron, night blindness is a deficiency if vitamin A and rickets is a deficiency of vitamin D.

It can lead to a type of Anemia called Iron - Deficiency Anemia, which is causes by a great blood loss, so a hemorrhage could cause Anemia.

Caring for anemia depends on the underlying cause of the anemia. Therefore, determining the cause of anemia is very important. For example, iron-deficiency anemia occurs if the diet is too low in iron. Iron is an essential component of the hemoglobin in red blood cells that carries oxygen. Iron-deficiency anemia can also occur if the GI tract has a problem with absorbing the iron in the diet. Another cause of anemia is vitamin B12 deficiency. Again, vitamin B12 deficiency can occur if the diet is too low in vitamin B12, or if your body has a problem absorbing it. Anemia can also occur if there is kidney disease, since the kidney normally makes a hormone, erythropoietin, which tells your body to make red blood cells. In summary, caring for anemia requires identifying the cause of anemia and then resolving the underlying cause.

Iron deficiency anemia is a common cause.

A deficiency of vitamin B12 leads to anemia which will cause the symptoms of weakness and abnormal fatigue.

The lungs oyegenate the red cells. They'll keep working at it all the harder with anemia.

It would be important to consider several causes of anemia, the most common one being iron-deficiency anemia. After that, blood loss from hemorrhoids, ulcers, and the like, need to be considered. You should also be tested for sickle cell anemia, if this hasn't been done already. In addition, folic acid deficiency can cause macrocytic anemia, and B12 deficiency can cause megaloblastic anemia.

Treatment for iron-deficiency anemia will depend on its cause and severity. Treatments may include dietary changes and supplements, medicines, and surgery. Severe iron-deficiency anemia may require a blood transfusion, iron injections, or intravenous (IV) iron therapy. Treatment may need to be done in a hospital. The goals of treating iron-deficiency anemia are to treat its underlying cause and restore normal levels of red blood cells, hemoglobin, and iron.

The deficiency of Vitamin B6 causes depression, nauseas, vomiting, skin disorders, anemia, and kidney stones.

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Anemia treatment depends upon the cause. If it is Iron deficiency you will eat foods rich in iron or take suppliments. For B-12 deficiency you may take injections or a nasal spray.

In some cases you may find you have developed Anemia after surgery because during surgery, you may have faced a great blood loss, this is a cause for a type of Anemia called Iron - Deficiency Anemia.

Iron deficiency causes anemia, in which there are too few red blood cells in circulation, and possibly the ones that are in circulation are not functioning well.

DefinitionMegaloblastic anemia is a blood disorder in which there is anemia with larger-than-normal red blood cells.Anemia is a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells. Red blood cells provide oxygen to body tissues.Alternative NamesAnemia - megaloblasticCauses, incidence, and risk factorsMegaloblastic anemia is usually caused by a deficiency of folic acid or vitamin B12.Other less common causes are:Alcohol abuseCertain inherited disordersDrugs that affect DNA, such as chemotherapy drugsLeukemiaMyelodysplastic syndromeMyelofibrosisRisk factors relate to the causes.See also:Anemia - B12 deficiencyFolate-deficiency anemiaPernicious anemiaSymptomsSee:Anemia - B12 deficiencyFolate-deficiency anemiaPernicious anemiaSigns and testsFor testing information, see:Anemia - B12 deficiencyFolate-deficiency anemiaPernicious anemiaTreatmentThe first goal is to diagnose the cause of the anemia. The treatment depends on the cause. Anemias related to specific vitamin deficiencies are discussed separately.See:Anemia - B12 deficiencyFolate-deficiency anemiaPernicious anemiaReferencesAntony AC. Megoblastic anemias. In: Hoffman R, Benz EJ, Shattil SS, et al., eds. Hematology: Basic Principles and Practice. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 39.Kaferie J, Strzoda CE. Evaluation of macrocytosis. Am Fam Physician. 2009;79:203-208.

You're not supposed to. Hereditary Elliptocytosis, Iron deficiency anemia and other things cause you to.

Lack of Iron can cause a deficiency known as anaemia.

yes it can. in peptic ulceration there is chronic bleeding,so that iron deficiency enemia can occur,

Iron deficiency can cause anemia. A Vitamin C deficiency can cause scurvy. A lack of calcium can lead to bone weakness and increase the risk of fracture.

Iron is the element found in liver that is necessary for preventing anemia. In the body, iron is important because it is needed to make hemoglobin that carry oxygen throughout the body. When there is an iron deficiency, the cells in your body are not getting enough oxygen. Iron deficiency is a cause of anemia.

Anemia can be caused by inadequate production of red blood cells, increased destructions, or excessive loss. Iron deficiency anemia is a common cause in menstruating women.

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