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NHLBI

Aplastic Anemia

blood  anemia  red blood cells  White Blood Cells  blood disorders  platelets  bone marrow 

Aplastic anemia occurs because of damage to stem cells inside bone marrow, which is the sponge-like tissue within your bones. Many diseases and conditions can damage the stem cells in bone marrow. As a result, the bone marrow makes fewer red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

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NHLBI

Fanconi Anemia

blood  anemia  blood disorders  bone marrow 

Fanconi anemia is an inherited disease caused by mutations in certain genes, known as FA genes. These genes provide instructions to help the body repair certain types of DNA damage. The cells of healthy people often repair DNA damage, but cells affected by Fanconi anemia cannot make these repairs. In people who have Fanconi anemia, certain cells may die or stop working properly.

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NHLBI

Hemolytic Anemia

blood  anemia  blood disorders  red blood cell disorders 

Red blood cells develop in the bone marrow, which is the sponge-like tissue inside your bones. Your body normally destroys old or faulty red blood cells in the spleen or other parts of your body through a process called hemolysis. Hemolytic anemia occurs when you have a low number of red blood cells due to too much hemolysis in the body.

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ODS

Riboflavin: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals

nutrition  coenzyme  anemia  cancer prevention  energy  cataracts  nutrient  B vitamin  riboflavin  vitamin B2  migraine headache 

Find out what riboflavin is and what it does in your body, what foods provide it, and about riboflavin supplements.

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ODS

Riboflavin: Fact Sheet for Consumers

vitamin  nutrition  anemia  dietary supplement  energy  cataracts  supplement  nutrient  interactions  riboflavin  vitamin B2  migraine headache 

Find out what riboflavin is and what it does in your body, what foods provide it, and about riboflavin supplements.

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OWH

Iron-deficiency anemia

anemia  red blood cells  iron  iron-deficiency anemia 

Learn about iron-deficiency anemia from the Office on Women’s Health.

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OWH

Folic acid

anemia  Birth Defects  folic acid  Women’s health  folate  folate-deficiency 

Learn about folic acid from the Office on Women’s Health.

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OWH

Anorexia nervosa

anxiety  depression  nutrition  breastfeeding  medicine  anemia  mental health  miscarriage  Kidney Stones  premature birth  kidney failure  Women’s health  support groups  Body image  heart problems  Postpartum depression  Low birth weight  underweight  osteopenia  Self-esteem 

Learn about anorexia nervosa, including how it is treated, from the Office on Women’s Health.

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OWH

Lupus symptoms

fever  anemia  women's health  mouth sores  chest pain  eye disease  lupus symptoms  memory problems  muscle and joint pain  rashes  hair loss  sun or light sensitivity  prolonged or extreme fatigue  blood clotting 

Learn about lupus symptoms and what to do if you think you may have lupus.

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NHLBI

Iron-Deficiency Anemia - Living With

anemia  iron  iron-deficiency anemia  blood loss 

After being diagnosed with iron-deficiency anemia, it is important to follow your treatment plan, such as taking prescribed iron supplements. You should monitor your condition for new or worsening symptoms. Your doctor may want to repeat blood tests to check that your anemia is improving.

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