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Yesterday evening I posted a question asking whether leg swelling, angina, and low hemoglobin could be related. Which comes first? Swelling hinders circulation I would think and then put it together with low hemoglogin and it seems like the heart might be deprived of oxygen as a result of those conditions.
Medication is taking care of the problem, but I have concerns that Gemzar is contributing. There really is not much we can do I realize. It's the old rock and hard place thing. I am just trying to think things through. Any help is appreciated.
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