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Flaking out on using stairs, warmness and pricking in feet post losing heavy blood due to self harming, history of transfusions. Suggestion?

hi im a 24yr old girl and 3 nights ago i lost alot of blood , unfortunantly as a result of self harm, now i cant get up my stairs without nearly flaking out, i cant seem to get warm and my feet feel like they have pins and needles. and im struggling to do anything. Ive had to have transfusions in the past. what happens if i dont get one this time? will i come right?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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From history it is not clear how much was blood lost.
But as you had h/o blood transfusion in the past so this time I think there might be big blood loss giving rise to all these symptoms.
Consult your doctor and get examined.
Treat the cause of having tendency to produce self harm.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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