What is it about?

In our article, we talked about how anemia and hypothyroidism are connected and why it's important to understand this link. We explained that people with hypothyroidism have a higher chance of developing anemia. When both conditions occur together, they can seriously affect a person's health. We also discussed some guidelines for detecting and treating these conditions early to get better results.

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Why is it important?

It's worth noting that this connection between anemia and hypothyroidism is often overlooked. With the rising cases of hypothyroidism, the risk of anemia is also increasing. By bringing attention to this correlation, we can address a significant health concern that affects many individuals, potentially leading to earlier diagnosis and more effective treatment


As the author of ' A Comprehensive Review of Anemia associated with Hypothyroidism,' I'm deeply invested in highlighting the critical intersection between these two conditions. Through my research and personal experiences, I've come to understand the profound impact that anemia can have on individuals with hypothyroidism. By delving into this topic, I aim to raise awareness and provide valuable insights into the challenges faced by those navigating both conditions simultaneously. My hope is that this article sparks meaningful discussions and encourages proactive approaches to managing these health concerns

Faseeha Eram

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This page is a summary of: “A Comprehensive Review of Anaemia Associated with Hypothyroidism”, New Emirates Medical Journal, March 2024, Bentham Science Publishers,
DOI: 10.2174/0102506882282237240206075352.
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