|i was so tired. All I did was sleep. I'm not sure what your iron count should be, but mine was 3, and my doctor was very concerned about me. I'm still anemic, but it's under control. I hope this doesn't scare you. Anemia is actually quite easy to control if you aren't the rebellious teen like I was, who hates pills and blood tests. Please see your doctor. I know anemia can cause other medical problems.|
|I've had a craving for ice for the past year that was insatiable, and about a week ago my teeth were so sensitive to the cold that I could no longer bare it. So I decided to stop, however, I immediately noticed that I was having dizzy spells (somewhat like vertigo that I suffer from), but not quite as severe. My daughter mentioned that I may be anemic due to eating so much ice, so I'm going back to the doctor or Thursday to see if this could be the case. Has anyone else had this symptom?|
I am a frequent ice eater, I constantly crave ice. I can sit by my fridge and stand at the ice dispenser eating it for a good 20 minutes. Even when I go to restaurants, I am more interested in fishing the ice out of the drink than the actual drink haha. Anyways, I have had dizzy spells for a long time because of extremely low blood pressure, but since I have been eating so much ice they have gotten worse; sometimes I can't see for a few seconds because its so bad. I think I should go to the doctor to check if I am anemic
Wow, that was so me! I used to go to a conveniece store, buy a 42 oz soda with ice, but without the soda. Then I found out I had Celiac disease which was making me anemic. WWhen I recovered, i no longer had the impulse or desire to chew ice.