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... yes you could have low ferritin with normal serum iron and normal hemoglobin, called a latent iron deficiency. serum iron is the iron content of the blood at the time when the blood was being drawn. this can fluctuate. ... (7 replies)
... and Ferritin to only 15. ... (11 replies)
... can low ferritin cause dizziness and fuzzy head? ... (1 replies)

... hi i had the same problems as u i was on iron for over two years had to have hysterectomy in the end had fibroids,it took over a year after hysterectomy to start feeling better i lost alot of blood during the opp so had to start building it up again,plus had to deal with menopourse its been two years this july since my opp i still feel tired due to constant night sweats but my... (5 replies)
... I had my blood test today and I am up to a ferritin level of 19. Yay! OK I was a 2 in Jan. and in Feb. a 9. So I am at least moving up. I am taking Ferrous sulfate or what ever it is called. ... (5 replies)
... I am new to this board. On Friday after a month of iron treatments or oral iron I was diagnosed with a ferritin deficiency. I had never even heard of ferritin. Since Friday I spent an immense amount of time reading as much as I can locate on anemia caused by low ferritin. I am still very confused. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you so much for the reply. If any doctor tells a woman that a ferritin level of 19 will not make her hair start falling out, they are very very wrong I tell you. ... (6 replies)
... day and sent me to a GI doctor to rule out internal bleeding, especially since I have a family history of colon polyps and have had an ulcer. The tests came back negative, as did the tests for celiac or other things that could cause malabsorption. ... (5 replies)
... orry to hear that your levels have declined but glad to hear that you seem to have found the correct supplements that don't bother your stomach. I am taking two of the proferrin daily and I have gotten no stomach upset or constipation from them at all, they are actually easier on my stomach than the Solgar Gentle Iron was. ... (6 replies)
... type of iron at the same dose at the same times every day. ... (6 replies)
... It's just so frustrating. I asked my Dr. about the level of 19 and he said "well, its within normal range". But I'm like if 291 is also normal.. don't ya think 19 is pretty low? ... (9 replies)
... I have a ferritin level of 13, iron saturation of 18%, and my doc said all was within range. Also, just a side note...YOU WILL NOT GET RADIATION FROM AN MRI...IT USES MAGNETIC FIELD TO GET IMAGES NOT RADIATION. (9 replies)
... Most definitely it can be Jess. A lot of people with low ferritin report struggling with dizziness and horrible balance. ... (14 replies)
... I am researching levels of Vitamin A and it looks like 3,000 IU is recommended for women, but okay to take up to the tolerable level of 10,000 IU without toxicity unless pregnant. ... (21 replies)
... Hi all,ive been looking around trying to find some info when i camr across this site. I have a ferriton level of 19 and doc said its the lowest its ever been. I was wondering if anyone knows if the symptoms include feeling like your going crazy? ... (26 replies)
... I am new to these posts. I have a ferretin level of 19! ... (14 replies)
... d not do the MRI . . . you'll be exposing yourself to more radiation than is healthy for anyone and I doubt they'll find a thing. Plus, it's so silly cause your ferritin level already explains your symptoms. If your ferritin is 19 then you need to address that first before having more tests done . . . ... (9 replies)
... When my doc tests my iron levels she does a Full blood count and ferritin test. ... (7 replies)
... te addiction. As well as the physical fatigue, he suffered from terrible brain fog and headaches, and really struggled to do his job. It all started with a bout of glandular fever about 18 months ago, from which he never seemed to recover. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your trouble with the docs. I have had my share of that too. My endocrinologist wanted me to supplement with 325mg iron daily when my ferritin was 38 , so for sure I think your doc should get you started on iron supplements and then monitor your levels till you get in a good range. ... (57 replies)




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