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... You might help get the iron absorbed by giving with orange juice, since she won't take the Vit C. Some Vit C tablets are chewable and orange flavored which many kids like. ... (4 replies)
... trouble with iron. But that's because my surgeon told me not to take it. Whether or not I absorb it, time will tell. Some of us never will and we'll always need iron infusions. How much and what form of iron have you been taking? ... (5 replies)
... thank you so much Heather (2 replies)

... ing. My Dr. instructed me to take at least 1000 mcg daily. You can't take to much, and whatever you don't use you just past through urine. Get your hands on some sublingual it's supposed to bypass the gut which prevents it from getting destroyed and is supposed to absorb better. ... (2 replies)
... he basically said that I have mild iron deficiency anemia and that at my hemoglobin level of 9.4, I shouldn't even have any symptoms. I was so upset and told him that having a 9. ... (6 replies)
... Sundown perfect iron is much easier than normal iron on the gut, the vitamin C helps ibcrease the bodys adsorbsion of iron. The B12 will help force up your b12 levels and might help the neuropathy. ... (8 replies)
... It sounds to me like a B12 deficiency, which you are certainly a candidate for, given your diet and your condition. Ask them to test your B12. When mine was low, I had numb hands and feet, and random zaps all over my body -- it really freaked me out. I also had the headaches, the almost passing out upon standing and bad memory problems, not to mention exhaustion and never... (8 replies)
... There are only two places a woman can lose iron without noticing somthing badly amiss, and thats theough GI bleeding and mensturation...... ... (4 replies)
... If you have to stop the B12 injections maybe you could go to sublingual B12. I would hesitate to discontinue the vitamin D also. ... (1 replies)
... The standard protocol that I'm familiar with for pernicious anemia and low B12 is B12 injections and sublingual, because true pernicious anemia means the person can't absorb it in the gut in great enough amounts to sustain what the organs need. I'm in several support groups, and for those with bad deficiencies, they do need the injections -- yes they take supplements, but... (7 replies)
... P.S. I don't believe that Synthroid is composited in a way that makes sublingual dosing possible, but I may be mistaken. ... (14 replies)
... So sorry to hear this Audrey, i have my fingers crossed for you xx (78 replies)
... just like you supplement iron on it's own, Vit D on it's own, you should also supplement B12 on it's own, rather than taking a multivitamin only. ... (78 replies)
... You want your Hgb to get to 14 to be optimal. And of course to fill your iron stores, but you want to do that without iron overloading. ... (6 replies)
... and the food additive EDTA, as these block iron absorption. ... (2 replies)
... HI There My recommendation for you would be to have some other tests they are; uMMA Homocysteine (these 2 will be elevated with a B12 defeiciency) It may also be worth having intrinsic factor antibodies,partiel cell antibodies, gstrin,ana....As your MCV is high this will look for Pernacious Anemia Megablastic anemia this will not enable any B12 to be absorbed.... I... (12 replies)
... having sublingual methylcobalamin form of B 12 could solve it or not? ... (12 replies)
... Suppose to be food based. The sublingual iron stained my teeth. Sometimes I think an IV would be easier. I will have ferritin tested again. ... (80 replies)
... Okay I have had low ferritin for years, but haven't done much, resisted iron due to side effects. ... (80 replies)
... So everything seems to fit the classic iron deficiency pattern, but not quite out of range, except for the iron saturation being too low. ... (8 replies)

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