The symptoms of anemia vary according to the type of anemia, the underlying cause, and any underlying health problems, such as hemorrhaging, ulcers, menstrual problems, or cancer. Specific symptoms of those problems may be noticed first.
The body also has a remarkable ability to compensate for early anemia. If your anemia is mild or has developed over a long period of time, you may not notice any symptoms.
Symptoms common to many types of anemia include the following:
Easy fatigue and loss...
A medicine, such as aspirin, other
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and
blood-thinning medicines. Other medicines that can cause bleeding include some
antibiotics and medicine to treat heart problems, cancer, depression, anxiety,