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... e had the whole gamut of tests run and nothing abnormal except slight anemia which docs pass off to menstruation. I took it upon myself to dive deeper and get my iron panel done and my ferritin was 15, not anemic but pretty darn low. ... (0 replies)
... I insisted he check my thyroid, iron, B12, D and estrogen to rule out anything. Got a call from the Doc's office on Tues and was told my red cell count and iron is VERY low. ... (1 replies)
... that I thought were neurological so I went to the neurologist again. He did some other tests including Ferritin which came back as 24. He said that is likely the cause of some of my symptoms. ... (5 replies)

... times daily. It's been three weeks since I took my first iron pill and I need nothing different, except being even more tired than I already was. ... (0 replies)
Low Low Low
Jan 18, 2013
... I'm three years out from bypass and I recently was diagnosed with anemia... my ferritin was 5, but iron was also low along with low red blood cells, hemoglobin and hematocrit. ... (10 replies)
Low Low Low
Jan 17, 2013
... eks. She called concerned bc my ferritin was a "4" and she stated that it should at least be "45". She also indicated that my hematocrit and hemoglobin were both low as well. ... (10 replies)
... the calf, I feel stressed all the time even without a reason. I have prolactinoma and hypothyroidism too, but I'm wondering if those symptoms could be related to low ferritin and not to my hormones. Can someone with low ferritin relate with my symptoms? ... (1 replies)
... Both gastroparesis and neuropathy can be the results of uncontrolled diabetes, and so can those feelings of brain fogginess and dizziness. You might also want to be checked for autoimmune disease. ... (8 replies)
... then you probably have been low for some time. ... (13 replies)
... Lori, I can't really help you but I can say I definitely feel your pain. ... (8 replies)
Anemic! What now?
May 23, 2016
... I'm not an expert but I am going through similar issues with low iron anemia. I know from my reading that it can take quite a while to feel better after starting iron supplements. ... (2 replies)
... hemaglobin was 11 when this started and my ferritin was 13 and my b12 220.. I stopped all excercise for 8 months, cut sugar and caffiene, took vitamins including iron and b12 injections and yes this has brought my hemaglobin up to 13.7 and my ferritin to 56 and my b12 to over 1400.. ... (7 replies)
... i'm feeling better now, the headahce and dizziness subsided, though I'm still weak. ... (7 replies)
... I used feosol gentle absorption and it was better on my system. Its carbonyl iron, so it only absorbs as fast as your stomach can provide acid. If you are taking an antacid, keep in mind they inhibit iron absorption. I take it with vitamin c. ... (1 replies)
... are your symptoms of low ferritin? ... (3 replies)
... Do you know how to get rid of those while iron is built up? ... (14 replies)
Low Low Low
Jan 18, 2013
... bypass isn't necessarily due to the food we eat or don't eat, but due to the bypass of the duodenum which is the primary absorption site for iron in the intestine. The remaining intestine can absorb some iron... some of us just do it better than others. ... (10 replies)
... So needless to say, i'm very confused how I can have high storage of iron but low iron at the same time. And what's up with the high RDW but low RBC? ... (0 replies)
... I'm just another woman with an iron deficiency that doctors aren't interested in treating! I feel terrible. I'm honestly thinking that life isn't worth living if I continue to feel so bad. ... (6 replies)
... Can anyone share their stories with be about Low Iron symptoms.... ... (10 replies)


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