|depressing and anemia
Jul 26, 2001
Is there a link between depression and anemic?
Response from Dr. Frascino
A link between depression and anemia? No, not directly. Depression does not cause anemia. Anemia can be associated with difficulty concentrating and mental lethargy, but not specifically clinical depression. That said, I should also mention that both depression and anemia do have one thing in common. They both can be associated with fatigue. Does that answer the question? I hope so.
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