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Anemia due to heavy bleeding, taking estrogen, get chest and arm pain on walking, blood flow loudly audible in ears. Related?

Hi, I have been bleeding fairly heavy for 6 weeks and have anemia because of it. My Dr has put me on estrogen to try to control the bleeding. I have now started having new symptoms. I get chest and left arm pain when I walk. I am wondering if this can somehow be related to the anemia. I can also hear my blood flow in my ears very loudly. This is scaring me.
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Your chest pain can be related to the anemia. Sometimes, when the anemia is serious, you can have insufficient oxygen delivered to your heart and you can experience ischemic heart disease symptoms. You should do an urgent complete blood count and go to the emergency department because of your recent symptoms. You may need a blood transfusion. Hope this answer is useful.
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