Persistent headache, persistent fatigue and persistent lack of concentration! Let’s look ahead at the uncommon symptoms, which may surface in a few patients of anemia.
It’s difficult to explain why, but some anemics tend to sweat a lot. Especially the area under their underarms pours when exposed to humid environments.
If you are facing problems related to body odor and get drenched on sunny days. It’s time to have a medical briefing about your hemoglobin count.
A doc’s opinion on your condition becomes even important if excessive sweating continues, despite the efforts to cool down the stimulated sweat glands.
It’s almost unheard but true that nausea is also an uncommon sign of anemia. If after taking your breakfast, you feel like throwing up- it does not matter whether you actually throw up or nor- you might need a medical briefing on your red blood cell count.
Persistent nausea post breakfast has been linked to anemia. Consider a medical checkup if you have nausea, to go along with pouring underarms.
Heartburn That Does Not Go Away Easily
You may say what the heartburn has got to do with anemia. But a few anemics face the brunt of persistent acidity. Anemia may put the digestive system out of order.
Stomach bloating and heartburn are some of the other uncommon symptoms related to anemia.
Swelling Of the Extremities
Though you might have read about swelling of extremities like hands and toes in most articles on anemia. This symptom is not common and is only found in rare cases.
We have enough awareness about these highly evident symptoms of anemia or low hemoglobin count.
Drops of Blood In Stool
Anyone will get goosebumps on seeing drops of blood in stool. Taking it to be an instance of serious intestinal infection or other grave disease. But you would be surprised to note that anemia can also show up as blood in stools.
Being aware of the various of symptoms of anemia. Both the common and the uncommon- would help you to catch anemia in the early stages and look for its early cure. After all, any ailment caught early is uncomplicated to treat.