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Maybe you are just not getting enough good quality rest, this too can add to the problem. Also, thyroid issues can make you feel this way, and a sleep study may be in order as well. I am not saying it's ~not~ causing your tiresness, but not *everything* is caused by a low ferritin either. If you were anemic right now, along with a low ferritin it may very well be the cause. One way to know is as your ferritin begins to raise, see if your symptoms resolve, if not then check further.

I have also found that when some people get down and out from a more severe anemia that underlying conditions can appear. This is why when you have symptoms after the ferritin is higher you must check to see if you can find a cause. For me personally, I think that I have developed a chronic fatigue with aches and pains that are now unrelated to a low ferritin. But I never experienced this prior to my anemia, it's just how these things can happen so keep an eye on it. For me I had a hard time just getting out of bed to begin with.:dizzy:

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