Our expert says:
You need to see a cardiologist, and soon. You may be anaemic, but even if this is all that is wrong with you, then your anaemia is severe, and inadequately treated. In addition, anaemia is not a diagnosis – what you need to know is WHY are you anaemic. Unless the root cause is fixed, your anaemia will simply continue.
There is not enough information to make a diagnosis here – you really need to be fully examined by a doctor – preferably a specialist. You have a bad family history of cardiac disease, and may have a cholesterol problem yourself. Please remember that knowing your total cholesterol is not enough. Your total may be normal, but if it is all the “bad” cholesterol then you still need urgent treatment.
Your symptoms may be due to a lung problem, you may be very overweight, unfit, a smoker or have any of several other possible reasons to explain your symptoms, so please have yourself examined. It may be nothing serious at all, but with your family history, anaemia and symptoms you must do everything possible to diagnose the cause.
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