Diana Tibert admits upfront that, “I am NOT a doctor. I am NOT a nurse or a medical practitioner of any type. I have no formal education in the medical field.”
But she has a problem, one that started in her late 30s. In her upcoming book, she tells her story in simple terms because there is no need for text-book language when the message is meant for the common person.
Not Enough Blood by Diana Tibert
For almost 35 years, I’ve struggled with my red blood cell count. It wasn’t a problem when I was younger and before I had children, but by the time my second child was born, I was feeling the drain. After many trips to the doctor and blood tests, I found nothing that helped. In fact, they said nothing was wrong; I was only borderline anemic.
Four trips to the hospital, three times to give birth and once to have a gallbladder removed, provided some help, but it wasn’t until a friend suffered a life-threatening health issue with her blood that I found the true source of my problem.
…the release date will be announced soon.
If you are anemic, think you might be, or you are a woman between the ages of 30 and 50—with or without kids, but particularly if you have had children—this information might provide some of the answers you seek.
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