Symptoms of low hemoglobin levels, a contributing factor of anemia and blood count-related illnesses, include fatigue; shortness of breath; weakness; or a fast or irregular heartbeat, according to Mayo Clinic. Some patie... More »

Low hemoglobin counts may be linked to certain diseases and conditions such as cancer, cirrhosis, hypothyroidism, iron deficiency anemia, kidney disease, leukemia and certain medications. Additional causes may include an... More »

Low hemoglobin count only merits treatment when it takes the form of the disease called anemia, according to Mayo Clinic. The treatment for anemia varies with the cause. Iron deficiency, chronic disease, vitamin deficien... More »

Symptoms of a low hemoglobin count in the blood include fatigue, shortness of breath, a heart that races more than usual during exercise, and paleness in the skin and gums, explains Mayo Clinic. A doctor can order a labo... More »

Problems with the left ventricle of the heart usually cause irregular heartbeat, fatigue, shortness of breath, edema and persistent cough, states Mayo Clinic. Ascites, loss of appetite, sudden weight gain and difficulty ... More »

Symptoms of a bronchial infection include cough, production of mucus, fatigue, shortness of breath and fever, states Mayo Clinic. Coughing may continue for several weeks after bronchial inflammation subsides in cases of ... More »

A low red blood cell count, most often referred to as anemia, can cause weakness, fatigue, dizziness, fainting, lack of energy, pale skin, rapid heart rate or palpitations and shortness of breath. Chronic anemia in child... More »