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Teen, borderline anemic, has fatigue, pale skin, sore bones and joints, spine pain. Suggestion?

my 16 year old daughter who is a border line anemic...9 out of a possible 13ish for anemia ,she was told? having fatigue ...paleness of her skin...soreness of her bones and joints...and is saying her spine hurts.....could it be possible that weed has done this to her?....and if so will smoking it...even a few hits off a joint ,or secondhand smoke from the weed be a result?
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Anemia can cause fatigue and paleness. She should see an hematologist in order to understand the cause of the anemia. Is it because of heavy menstrual bleeding? I don't have other information concerning the complete blood count to evaluate other possible abnormalities. If she has pain in her bones and joints, besides the anemia, she should go to her physician to be evaluated properlly. I don't think that weed or smoking will cause the anemia and the joint pain. However its consumption should be disencouraged.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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