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... I would need supplements too to keep up with all those peeps! ... (12 replies)
... As for my iron supplements, I take Poly iron caps 150 2X daily. This was prescribed from the GI doc due to stomach upset and related symptoms. It is also OTC you just ask for Poly Iron. ... (14 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 20, 2004
... wonder if they can reinstall the intrinsic factor back into the stomach via surgery? ... (16 replies)

B-12 defficiency
Feb 16, 2004
... I was Diagnosed 6 years ago with Pernisious Anemia.B-12 injections will be given to me the rest of my life....... (16 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 13, 2004
... before showing the symptoms you describe. ... (16 replies)
... treatment that there's nothing like that going on, but with one vitamin deficiency after the other you start scratching your head about it all. This seems like too many coincidences. So, definitely insist on getting your Vitamin D checked out, it wasn't even something I had considered as a factor in all of this. ... (6 replies)
... are the levels that one can present symptoms. Doctor's say that 200 is normal. ... (20 replies)
... A low ferritin can be due to more than one reason too. ... (4 replies)
... You are on the low end of normal and definitely will benefit from replacement therapy. Doctors usually give IM injections if you are under 200. ... (27 replies)
... that comes in pill form needs to be digested by the body and then be turned into the the form that our body can use. ... (4 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 21, 2004
... s diagnosed about 8 yrs ago, my B12 level was at 96 and already suffered irreversible nerve damage and some neurological as well. My memory was shot, didn't have much of a recollection of my own kids childhood for years but most of that has now come back. ... (16 replies)
... kind of like surgery when you come to. The ER Dr said I had Carpal Tunnal, and repeated to me the leg pain was a "red Herring" I guess he meant an anomaly. ... (27 replies)
... Sorry to hear you are joining the Club!!! ... (2 replies)
Checking in.....
Aug 22, 2009
... Thank you for your kind words and thoughts! It is very much appreciated. ... (3 replies)
Possible Anaemia?
Jun 24, 2009
... First off you should get a copy of those labs which your are entitled to. ... (4 replies)
Anemia
Jun 19, 2009
... The small intestines are many times where you will find answers and many times this test is overlooked too so it's great that your doc is moving forward for you. ... (1 replies)
... at the same time but you need to rule out these conditions also as much as the colon, I always say that looking at just the colon is like having half a mammogram, so it is necessary too. ... (13 replies)
... Yes as my ferritin is still very low. I also have low B12. I go to a hematologist who is great. Unfortunately, I have so many health problems and a job that doesn't like that I have to go to the dr. so much. I am supposed to go for 4 monthly (once a month-5 hours at a time) iron infusions. I haven't gone yet as I took a day off to go and my dr. called in sick!! I can't... (16 replies)
... Sorry you both are going through this. I can only speak to the Hct portion of your post. I know that you are concerned about your son's Hct, but since it is borderline I would keep an eye on it every 3 months to see if anything ever becomes of it. ... (1 replies)
... I would agree that you probably need more iron. Especially because of the fact that you are still having periods. You are not anemic, were you? ... (6 replies)




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