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... Nice to hear from you. I don't know if you have picked up on my other posts but my ferritin which was tested a couple of weeks ago after taking supplements for 5 months was only up to 22! ... (34 replies)
... Nice to hear from you. I don't know if you have picked up on my other posts but my ferritin which was tested a couple of weeks ago after taking supplements for 5 months was only up to 22! ... (34 replies)
... Serum iron tells you how much iron is circulating in the body. ... (12 replies)

... Fascinating stuff. I searched around and found a bunch of stuff on my iron supplement that says the same thing about it being good to take with foods high in phytates. ... (5 replies)
... about the Poly Iron 150. I don't know what else they would have tried for me. ... (5 replies)
... are depleted under 10 for most labs. That makes you iron depleted resulting in a low ferritin. What your body doesn't use goes into storage. ... (7 replies)
... Your doc is right, infections and inflammation can give a falsely elevated ferritin reading. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the information! I'm at 10.7 right now and have been feeling pretty bad... ... (10 replies)
... don't pay attention to your serum iron. This measures iron in the bloodstream and can go up and down all day long. Also, if you take supplements, the serum iron test is totally unreliable because you will have a "flood" of iron in your bloodstream. ... (5 replies)
... I had a very low red blood cell count for a long time. I was on iron always, finally I was on 3 iron pills a day. My doctor said, your iron is fine but your Hemoglobin is not going up its slowly going down. After lots of tests with a specialist, I have Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia. ... (1 replies)
... Iron carries oxygen thru your body, if you are anemic to the point of shortness of breath you need to keep your iron levels up. You might want to get a full work up by a midwife to evaluate your hormone levels and rule out other issues such as thyroid problems. Do you eat well? ... (22 replies)
... the last time I was in the hospital they wanted to give me a blood transfusion, I said I didn't know them and wanted to find a doctor of my choice. ... (1 replies)
... but he did check my vitamin D, i can't remember if he said it was low. all i know is the first visit he told me to take an extra iron a day so i did, 45 mg of the OTC slow fe. then he had blood tests on my iron levels and now has prescribed me 325 mg 3x a day! i am s nervous about constipation. ... (4 replies)
... ublingual, the thing with B12 is taking the right amount, 500 mg won't do anything. My Dr. instructed me to take at least 1000 mcg daily. You can't take to much, and whatever you don't use you just past through urine. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there, and welcome. ... (34 replies)
... Wow I am a newbee on the board and was just looking ,trying to work up my courage to post,when I read you post! ... (6 replies)
2 month check up
Sep 11, 2008
... but my ferritin levels are at only at a 9. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, you can have your hgb go up and have your ferritin keep going down which if not treat will lead to anemia. In my case my hgb has continue to go up, but without my iron infusion, my ferritin level would keep going down. ... (7 replies)
... thank you so much Heather (2 replies)
... If you can give the novasure ablation a go i had it in feb 2011 and although i was not lucky enough for it to stop my periods it did improve things a little. ... (11 replies)


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