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... I learned something interesting while researching inflammation that may help explain the difference between anemia of chronic inflammation and anemia of chronic renal failure. ... (8 replies)
... I do not have chronic kidney disease. Although I have had kidney infections in the past, but it has had no effect on my anemia and I haven't had a kidney infection in many years. Wish I could be of more help though. ... (8 replies)
... I've just read in a huge Cardiovascular Medicine book that an oral iron therapy does not do anything for people with chronic kidney disease. ... (8 replies)

... normal or elevated in anemia of chronic disease, low in an iron deficiency anemia. ... (8 replies)
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... chronic inflammation and anemia secondary to chronic kidney disease? ... (8 replies)
... There is a poster here that has a form of Anemia of Chronic Disease. Perhaps she can tell you something about this. There are many different reasons that could be the cause. ... (1 replies)
... pills or intravenous to get this up ....he seemed less concerned about the elevated Iron results , he said these can flucuate daily where the FERRITIN is more of a stable number... ... (4 replies)
Jul 14, 2009
... I gather from your labs, back in Sept. '08 you were at that time considered to be moderately anemic as reflected in your Hgb count, you also have a decreased MCV of 69. ... (5 replies)
... or be a side effect of medication, so that not everyone will associate it with anemia. ... (8 replies)
... which in itself is classic for iron deficiency anemia but not diagnostic .. but your iron studies are classic for iron deficiency anemia ... ... (11 replies)
... Transferrin is a protein that may decrease during any inflammatory process and is referred to as a negative acute phase reactant. Chronic inflammation, infections, and malignancies may cause changes in transferrin levels. ... (5 replies)
... it's either high due to inflammation or it's just not iron deficiency at all. ... (3 replies)
Need info please.
May 22, 2009
... I know little about normocytic anemias other than they are the second most common anemia and causes are destruction based, acute blood loss or chronic disease. ... (7 replies)
... my mother inlaw is diabetic which can affect the kidneys ...She has poor kidney function and has been told she may have to have dialysis and is also anemic of unknown origins....... ... (8 replies)
... Disease. Next, perhaps a good Rheumy would do if the Hematologist doesn't find a cause. Don't stop looking!! Best of luck to you and keep us posted. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to the boards, thanks in advance for any replies. I don't actually have anemia but this is the closest to an iron forum I see. ... (0 replies)
... An anemia of chronic illness or normocytic anemia is where the red blood cells are a normal size, but not enough in volume. It is associated with cancer, autoimmune diseases, infections, and inflammation. ... (0 replies)
... FG--I am still confused by this :confused: but I am glad that you figured it out :D. Take care. FLFG :) (8 replies)
... I have been researching inflammation because my inflammation markers are also high. Do you have any problems with your kidney function? ... (3 replies)

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