I have just come back from my haem clinic visit having been told that I am anaemic, Hb 95, and my specialist says that we need to consider my medication. I have ET jak2 neg. and was diagnosed 7 years ago. I took HU for 6 years but it lost its efficacy and was transferred to Anagralide. The platelets have gone down to 350 but the anaemia has steadily increased. I knew I was feeling tired but I thought this was just the usual fatigue. He has suggested that we reduce the anagralide and add HU on a low dosage. Go back in 8 weeks. If this does not have the desired effect he says his only option would be radioactive phosphorus, a single injection which may cause complete remission or not. There are some side effects such as an increase risk of FM or leukaemia. This treatment is only allowed in the UK for patients over 70 and in europe for patients over 75. I don't recall any mention of this on the forum during the time I have been following the posts. Has anyone had it or even heard of it?