Ailments & Conditions

Symptoms of Hemolytic Anemia

Hemolytic anemia is a condition in which the production of new red blood cells is slower than the destruction of these cells. This disorder can be acquired or inherited. In both cases, it leads to a lack of oxygen to essential organs and tissues, which subsequently causes many health issues. Depending on the individuals and underlying causes, signs can vary. Below is a list of the most common symptoms of hemolytic anemia that you should know.

Unusual Fatigue

The most common sign of hemolytic anemia and other forms of anemia is unusual fatigue or tiredness. For many people, it can be hard to determine whether the exhaustion might be linked to strenuous activities or several nights with too little sleep instead of being the result of anemia. Try the following questions to figure it out:

– Do you have difficulty doing well or focusing at school or work due to tiredness?

– Do you feel exhausted after getting up in the morning and during the day?

– Do you feel a lack of energy to finish basic chores and tasks?

If the answers are yes, then anemia may be a possible cause. [1]