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Anemia disease (Lack of blood)
     Anemia is a condition where the number of red blood cells or amount of hemoglobin (oxygen carrying protein) in red blood cells is below normal. Red blood cells contain hemoglobin, which enable them to carry oxygen from lung and deliver them to all parts of the body.

Anemia causes the reduced number of red blood cells or amount of hemoglobin in red blood cells, so that blood can not transport oxygen as required in the amount of the body.


A common cause of anemia:

1. Heavy bleeding
* Acute (sudden)
- Accident
- Surgery
- Maternity
- Broken blood vessels
* Chronic (chronic)
- bleeding nose
- Hemorrhoids (hemorrhoid)
- Peptic ulcer
- cancer or polyps in the digestive tract
- kidney or bladder tumors
- menstrual bleeding very much.

2. Reduced red blood cell formation
- Iron deficiency
- Lack of vitamin B12
- Lack of folic acid
- Lack of vitamin C
- Chronic Disease.

3. The increased destruction of red blood cells
- Enlarged spleen
- Mechanical damage in red blood cells
- autoimmune reaction against red blood cells
- paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
- Sferositosis hereditary
- Elliptositosis hereditary
- G6PD deficiency
- sickle cell disease
- hemoglobin C disease
- S-hemoglobin C disease
- hemoglobin E disease
- Thalassemia.

The symptoms are caused by insufficient oxygen supply to these needs, vary. Anemia can cause fatigue, weakness, lack of energy and the head was floating. If the anemia gets worse, can cause a stroke or heart attack.

Simple blood tests can determine the presence of anemia. The percentage of red blood cells in total blood volume (hematocrit) and the amount of hemoglobin in a blood sample can be determined. Inspection is part of complete blood counts (CBC).


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