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Low ferritin
Apr 16, 2009
... when your ferritin does rise, do you stop taking your supplements? ... (7 replies)
... waking up a lot, i know my sleep became worse and worse until i began meds for my thyroid. The other thing which i know caused waking in my dads case was being low in either B12 or Vitamin D. Once he boosted both of those nice and high his sleep issues totally disappeared. ... (10 replies)
... I was doing my usual web search trying to educate myself on possible reasons my thyroid treatment has thus far not been successful, esp with regard to iron status. ... (12 replies)

... anemia related issues FLFLOWERGIRL mentioned, my doctor's concern about me being low in iron over a long period of time was that it can affect the thryoid function. I had 5 iron injections and one of the nurses asked me whether i had a thyroid condition due to my eyes being 'puffy'. ... (8 replies)
... agnesium at this stage. The riper the banana the less magnesium, but bananas do have some of the B vitamins among other things and they are good for people with thyroid conditions as well as those with high blood pressurel, so it's a healthy fruit. ... (80 replies)
... i agree with FLFLOWERGIRL, it can take a loooooong time. ... (14 replies)
... As i found out recently, low iodine levels can affect the thyroid as much as low iron can. I found out my iodine was VERY low and if your zinc is low then iodine cant be absorbed properly. ... (7 replies)
... sorry to hear about your disappointing doctors visit. I truly feel your frustration. ... (23 replies)
... it's good you have had those series of tests so that you can at least elimate a few reasons for possible low ferritin. ... (2 replies)
... I just wanted to say hi. I have hashi's and have been treated for about a year and a half. I take synthroid. I have also had low ferritin and used supplemental iron to increase my ferritin level. ... (26 replies)
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... When your iron levels drop to such a low figure it can be quite common for it to take ages for it to climb. ... (8 replies)
... yes it does appear that your immune system would be improving as even your lymphocytes have improved. ... (78 replies)
Thrilled!
Oct 5, 2007
... yes, now I recall about your hypothyroid. It is hard to juggle around the synthroid. ... (16 replies)
... nally. What works for one wont necessarily work for the majority. Obviously keep away from caffeine and major dairy products a couple of hours before and after your supplement. ... (6 replies)
... is your low iron a symptom of something else. ... (34 replies)
... Hi Sparkles, well i'm not a doctor, but from what i have found out is that ferritin is the important one, but in general doctors and people alike tend to refer to the levels in a general way by simply saying "iron levels". ... (21 replies)
... Well I think that your Cardiologist is correct, it is time to change doctors. Anyone that lets you get into the situation that you are in knowingly, is not worth seeing, IMHO. ... (2 replies)
... It doesn't appear your doctor had your FT3 tested? ... (9 replies)
... rmonal imbalance, low thyroid, insulan resistance, slow metabolism, wrong food choices in your diet, inactivity, malabsorption of nutrients due to poor digestion can lead to your body storing fat, parasites and yeast overgrowth are also another 2 common causes of weight gain in some people. ... (12 replies)




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