It is very common for various reasons in the individual for anemia to occur. It should be addressed right away.
There could be several areas related to anemia. IH8Ticks is right to encourage you to talk w/your LLMD about those co-infections if this is not already being addressed.
There are two types of anemia to consider. If your CBC shows a high MCV count, your B-12 levels need to be checked. You could be B-12 anemic. Your Folic Acid should be tested along w/your Ferritin levels. If these are showing depletion, you are most likely iron deficient. Your LLMD should be able to you guide through this.
If your B-12 is deficient, you will need shots to nourish and replenish.
This is a really gr8 reference for explaining what could drive this condition in your body; although Lyme is not specifically mentioned, it is implied through definition regarding chronic immune infection.
By the way, our daughter was born with critical Hemlytic anemia. That was over 18 years ago.
Please ensure that the right accompanying tests are addressed so that you can identify and stack the deck in favor of your RBCs.
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