Decrease of red corpuscules or hematies. You may look pale. Common symptoms are due to the reduced amount of oxygen in the body. These include tiredness, having little energy or lethargy, feeling faint, and becoming easily breathless. Less common symptoms include headaches, a thumping heart or palpitations, altered taste, and ringing in the ears or tinnitus. Various other symptoms may develop, depending on the underlying cause of the anaemia.
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What do we mean by an Anaemia?
anaemia describes the condition in which the number of red blood cells in the blood is low. For this reason, doctors2 sometimes describe someone with anaemia as having a low blood count. A person who has anaemia is called anemic.
Blood is comprised of two parts; a liquid part called the plasma and a cellular part. The cellular part contains several different cell types. One of the most important and most numerous types and the most numerous cell type are red blood cells. The other cell types are the white blood cells and platelets. Only red blood cells are discussed in this article. The purpose of the red blood cell is to deliver oxygen from the lungs to other parts of the body.
Red blood cells are produced through a series of complex and specific steps. They are made in the bone marrow (inner part of some bones that make most of the cells in the blood), and when all the proper steps in their maturation are complete, they are released into the blood stream. The hemoglobin molecule is the functional unit of the red blood cells and is a complex protein structure that is inside the red blood cells. Contrary to most cells in the human body, red blood cells do not have a nucleus (metabolic center of a cell).
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of anaemia?
Because a low red blood cell count decreases oxygen delivery to every tissue in the body, anaemia may cause a variety of signs and symptoms. It can also make almost any other underlying medical condition worse. If anaemia is mild, it may not cause any symptoms. If anaemia is slowly ongoing (chronic), the body may adapt and compensate for the change; in this case there may not be any symptoms until the anaemia becomes more severe.
Symptoms of anaemia may include the following: Fatigue, decreased energy, weakness, shortness of breath, lightheadedness, palpitations (feeling of the heart racing or beating irregularly), looking pale
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