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Low haemoglobin

Anaemia: Anaemia is listed as an alternate name or description for symptom:

Causes of Low haemoglobin (Anaemia): See detailed list of causes below.

Low haemoglobin (medical symptom): Decreased concentration of haemoglobin in the blood.

Causes of Low haemoglobin (Anaemia)

The list of medical condition causes of Low haemoglobin (Anaemia) includes:

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For a medical symptom description of 'Anaemia', the following symptom information may be relevant to the symptoms: Low haemoglobin (symptom). However, note that other causes of the symptom 'Anaemia' may be possible.

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Anaemia: Anaemia is listed as an alternate name or description for Anemia. For a medical symptom description of 'Anaemia', the following disease information may be relevant to the symptoms: Anemia (disease information). However, numerous other possible causes of the symptom may be possible.

Anaemia (medical condition): Reduced ability of blood to carry oxygen from various possible causes.

Anaemia (medical condition): Anemia refers to a low red blood cell count. Hallmark symptoms include fatigue and pallor (pale skin). Mild forms of anemia may go undiagnosed. Anemia is also a common complication of pregnancy and it is important to diagnose it in pregnancy, because of the high risk to the mother of maternal bleeding in childbirth. There are various types of anemia and causes of anemia.

Anaemia: If your blood is low in red blood cells, you have anemia. Red blood cells carry oxygen (O2) to tissues and organs throughout your body and enable them to use the energy from food. Without oxygen, these tissues and organs--particularly the heart and brain--may not do their jobs as well as they should. For this reason, if you have anemia, you may tire easily and look pale. Anemia may also contribute to heart problems. (Source: excerpt from Anemia in Kidney Disease and Dialysis: NIDDK)

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