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I had a big long response typed out and the site went down. Grrrr...

Anyways. I think if your anemia is related to the testosterone this is probably normal. Your body is probably still trying to balance itself out. If you just found out that you had low testosterone in June and it wasn't being treated up until then I would guess it's taking a while for what your doing to treat it to kick in.

Your saturation is still within normal range, low but normal. I am very jealous of how well your Ferritin has gone up but in my opinion it's still low enough to cause the brain foggy and fatigue effects. I would guess once you hit numbers in the 50's you will start to feel optimal again. I'm sure once you get the testosterone issue taken care of you will see your anemia get better as well.

Ferritin is a pain to raise and you seem to be on the right track. Make sure you keep taking your iron and eat iron enriched foods as well as maybe a tall glass of orange juice when you take your iron as it helps with the absorption.

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