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Jul 1, 2009
... Also, if you didn't fix the problem that caused the anemia in the first place, it will repeat itself. Your doc should have addressed this with you. ... (5 replies)
... This same thing happened to my friend. They think that the lowered WBC is due to an infection that she might have had. The Hematologist was not worried about it at this point, but watching. In addition to your labs, did your doctor run a B-12 and Folate test on you? They didn't do this for my friend in the beginning, she saw another, they ran these and she was IDA and... (6 replies)
Iron supplements
Nov 7, 2005
... Tauri you can be iron deficient but not anemic. Iron deficiency anemia is when your HGL falls below range as a result of low iron stores. ... (10 replies)

... Be careful with the blood drive thing. If you read a few posts around here you will see that the Red Cross probably takes blood from people they shouldn't. A few people have ended up iron depleted because they have been donating and the Red Cross deemed them "okay. ... (7 replies)
... Whether it is a blood loss problem or from some other disease, I'm sure that with your blood counts, you have GOT to be feeling very badly. I know how awful I felt when mine were down in the "11" range. My ferritin got as low as "5". ... (11 replies)
... saturation number simply says how much surface level of each blood cell is available to carry oxygen. ... (3 replies)
... efore, when I had those symptoms in the past ALL bloodwork always came back normal... I had insurance then, so was getting it tested literally every 3wks or so, values never fluctuated much and everything was always normal.... ... (6 replies)
... Well, I am headed to the ER. I can barely walk, am weak, shaky, and felt like I was about to pass out while driving. My dr ran all the tests that he could get results back right then. My CBC was pretty much normal. Monocytes were slightly elevated, and there were still a few low values, but everything had gotten better. Hgb was 11.6. My RDW was a 17, though. My blood sugar was... (14 replies)
... months my ferritin never raised again and started going back down. I went back to the first form of iron I was taking and within 3 weeks had a blood drawn and my ferritin had shot up to 35. ... (20 replies)
... r a very long time on this board because I was too ill to even post. I was so comforted by the fact that people were here helping others to understand what this anemia thing is all about. I have learned so much through this board and I am very thankful for everyone here. ... (5 replies)
... Well, I guess I should be clearer about this. I am not sure if I have a magnesium "deficiency", per se because I haven't had a blood test. But my one very annoying symptom responded immediately and for now, permanently, to the magnesium. ... (24 replies)
... ost likely. The pill has just stopped it. The chelated iron isn't so bad so I suppose I could keep taking it, or take it every other day. Also, when I had the blood draw, I hadn't taken any iron in a week, thinking I was going to be cleared. HA! Oh well. ... (24 replies)
... ot depleted. Good news is that you are not anemic as your hemoglobin is normal as are your RBCs and MCV. The MCV is much lower in a person with iron deficiency anemia and your size is good. ... (5 replies)
... You are iron deficient but not yet anemic. But you are close to the low end of normal CBC values. It might be good to get a ferritin. That will give you a true picture of your iron stores. (1 replies)
... The usual protocol in anemic situations is to supplement with iron and the check the blood values after a month's time. ... (5 replies)
... to reverse the process. Although your scores may be improving it will take a while before that is reflected is all of your test results. The wiade variance in blood values is also a reflection of this issue. ... (2 replies)
... I have been following up with a hematologist - she seems to think it's classic iron deficiency. I just need a lot of iron for some reason, even though my periods are very light. I do respond really well to the iron... but I'm still a bit puzzled by my latest results: hgb: 13.3 hct: 36.5 platelet: 162 mcv: 89 rbc: 4.12 mch: 32 mchc: 36.4 (high) rdw: 17.0 (5 replies)
... I think that was a suspicion of my doc as well, but I thought that B12 deficiency would result in high MCV, MCH, etc. I guess that's not always the case? I probably need to read up on some hematology because some of these correlations are a mystery to me! (5 replies)
... and sometimes, MCH and hematocrit play a role in supporting a conlcusion of anemia etc. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)

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