Role of Endoscopic Procedures in Anaemia – Agrawal Gastrocare Center Indore

When you have anaemia, your body doesn’t produce sufficient healthy red blood cells to supply your tissues with enough oxygen. Being anaemic, or having low hemoglobin, can make you feel exhausted and weak.

Anemia can have many different forms, each with a unique cause. Anemia can be mild to severe and can be short-term or long-term. Anemia typically has multiple causes.

If you believe you may have anaemia, consult a physician. It can be an indicator of a serious sickness. Depending on the cause and degree of anaemia, there are different indications and symptoms.

You could not exhibit any symptoms, depending on the root causes of your anemia. Fatigue, Weakness, yellowish or pale skin, unusual heartbeats breathing difficulty, feeling lightheaded or dizzy in the chest, cold feet and hands, and Headaches.

Anemia may initially be so mild that you are unaware of it. However, when anemia progresses, symptoms get worse.

Role of Endoscopic Procedures in Anaemia - Agrawal Gastrocare Center Indore

Role of Endoscopic procedures in Anemia

A test to examine your internal organs is an endoscopy. An endoscope is a long, thin tube with a tiny camera inside that is inserted into your body through a natural opening, like your mouth.

If you exhibit specific symptoms, your doctor may recommend that you get an endoscopy. Typically, a hospital’s endoscopic department will perform it.

Endoscopy comes in a variety of forms that examine various bodily regions. Your symptoms will determine the kind of endoscopy you have. The endoscopy shouldn’t hurt, although it could be uncomfortable. Even so, the procedure is secure.

If your doctor diagnoses you with anaemia, they may recommend additional testing to identify the underlying cause. To accurately diagnose anaemia, it may occasionally be required to examine a sample of your bone marrow.

Upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy is typically used to assess patients with iron deficiency anemia who show no overt or covert signs of gastrointestinal hemorrhage.

Dr. Amit Agarwal
Director & Gastroenterologist Consultant
Agarwal Gastrocare Center Indore

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