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... Healthy or normal serum iron values depend on your gender. Normal serum levels for men range from 76 to 198 micrograms of iron per deciliter. Normal levels for women are a little lower and range from 26 to 170 micrograms of iron per deciliter. ... (3 replies)
... The way to tell how much iron you need is by doing blood tests that show anemia stages, Ferritin levels, and iron values. Depending on these values the doctor will prescribe a certain amount of iron. Some people have bad reactions to iron. ... (3 replies)
... The other values are very similar to the more recent test. ... (1 replies)

... get them at all. Scope was negative, and so was test for Celiac. He is sending me to a hematologist because he is stumped, and he said that with my very healthy, iron rich diet I shouldn't have values like this. I am wondering why, if I'm iron deficient, the MCV, MCH, and MCHC values are normal. ... (5 replies)
... I actually asked my doctor for the iron test. He said I didn't need it, and he was sure I was fine, but he said he would do the test anyway. Guess what? ... (1 replies)
... Well, I am headed to the ER. I can barely walk, am weak, shaky, and felt like I was about to pass out while driving. My dr ran all the tests that he could get results back right then. My CBC was pretty much normal. Monocytes were slightly elevated, and there were still a few low values, but everything had gotten better. Hgb was 11.6. My RDW was a 17, though. My blood sugar was... (14 replies)
... No problem. Anemia is sometimes used as a catchall for any type of iron deficiency, when technically it's a decreased number of red blood cells or hemoglobin. Right now you probably have what is referred to as iron deficient erythropoiesis. ... (3 replies)
... I have low blood iron, even though I eat enough iron, and take supplements. My test results are confusing to me, and any help decoding them would be great. ... (0 replies)
... i am a 49 year old male ,average weight ,good blood pressure, active. i have been donating blood for about 25 years and until recently have never been turned away because of low hemoglobin values. ... (5 replies)
... Conventionally, doctors are told that blood counts are among the first things to suffer in iron deficiency, but there's accumulating evidence that blood counts are the last thing that shows signs of iron deficiency. ... (2 replies)
... I am waiting for my doctor to contact me about my blood tests, but even with a note marked urgent, she's been taking days to get back to me and I was hoping someone here might have some insight on my levels. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, For several years my arm colour and face has been pale and slightly yellow, but my hair thinning considerably the last 2 years has finally made me take a blood test. I am 18 years old male and I eat well but I think my problem is I eat chicken most of the time and don't eat enough red meat or food rich in iron. ... (2 replies)
... Please see a Hematologist you might need a iv infusion. I had your values on my blood report and I required one. I feel so much better. I definately would not donate blood anymore. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for your insight. My Dr has discussed the implications of my blood values and threatened me with transfusion among other things lol. ... (7 replies)
... if you do start on iron supplementing, don't worry about digestive problems, try and see how it works out. ... (1 replies)
... The fever lasts for about 24 hours, then within 48 hours she is back to normal, albeit very pale and tired for a few days. This last blood test was taken 48hrs after the fever started but by the time she had the test her temp was back to normal. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, can someone help me understand my 5 year old daughter's blood results. I am concerned by the serum iron and saturation values as they seem so far outside of the reference range. Looking at her values as a whole, what does it all mean? ... (3 replies)
... You need to see a Hematologist. You may have an absorption issue. Also may discuss mensus cycle & refer you to have a colonoscopy. It is possible that you are loosing large amounts of blood. (20 replies)
... n a long, long year. I am no longer clinically anemic but my Ferritin level, at best, was 40. I have since had an Endometrial Ablation, approx a month ago. My blood work is checked every other month by a hematologist. My periods were not super heavy but leaning more towards the heavy side. ... (20 replies)
Magnesium & iron
Nov 7, 2010
... Your magnesium is in the normal range listed on my latest blood test, but I know sometimes the normal values can vary from lab to lab. Your Hemoglobin looks low but not extremely low. My doc wants me at least in the 12's. ... (3 replies)

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