In July of 2011 I was hospitalized because my heart almost stopped because of lack of blood. I was told my blood count was a 7. I was wondering if it was happening again causing my period to be messed up
I was two weeks late and when it did start it was like it was barely there. I have never been late. Not even when I was pregnant. The last time I was pregnant I found the day after it stopped. Unfortunately I had an miscarriage a week later.
Well, from the information you gave sounds like it would be your red blood count that was low and 7 is low. Blood volume has no correlation with a white blood count.
You definitely should be closely followed-up with by your physician and definitely discussing any concerns with him/her. I nor anyone else here can tell you if this will or will not affect your heart again. In other words....we aren't treating you. Consult your physician about this and get this sorted.
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