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It's hard to say. I had neutrophilia for awhile also, but that seemed to correct itself when my stomach stopped bleeding! Neutrophilia can be a sign of inflamation. Your sed rate (ESR) is elevated which indicates a chronic inflammation somewhere. Usually when an ESR is elevated a doctor will do further tests to figure out what is causing it. All kinds of things can cause it--most notably autoimmune disorders, Lyme Disease, etc.

What is your ferritin? This can be falsely elevated if you have an autoimmune disorder or inflammation, even though your iron is truly low. This information is readily discussed on the internet so I would assume your doctor knows this. You could definitely be iron deficient but because you *may* have some inflammation going on it is skewing the ferritin.

Your B12 is definitely low.

How do you know you have a malabsorption problem. Are they just guessing or have you tested positive for celiac or other things like Crohn's Disease? All of these diseases (celiac, Crohns, autoimmune thyroid issues) will cause your blood results to be off as yours are.





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