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... it has and thanks. My stress level is much better......I am on the mend. In your research or in your own experience, the hair follicles that weren't fed.........they are still "okay" and once the body starts absorbing nutrients, etc.........will they become active again? ... (9 replies)
... christie, congratz on the ferritin levels. I have also experienced hair loss recently due to very high stress levels and a low ferritin level. After doing some research I found out that emotional or physical trauma event can cause hair loss. ... (9 replies)
... I'm 46 and 6 years ago I finally found out that my ferritin level was 11, so no wonder that I felt all the time tired, exhausted, having hair loss, heart palpitations, carpal tunnel syndrome, anxiety and weak muscles. ... (2 replies)

... I too have hair loss due to Hashi's. It seemed to increase with dose changes, I would go from hyper to hypo on T4 drugs. Recently I learned that low ferritin can cause hair loss. I recall having low ferritin for some time now. I am slowly building it up. I went from 16 to 26 in a few months. ... (80 replies)
... Since you have been low in Ferritin, you may also be low in Vit B12 or folic acid, which could be causing the numbness in hands. Low ferritin can cause RLS, and you probably need to get your ferritin above 50 for the RLS to respond and go away. ... (3 replies)
... erly if I was using SUPPLEMENTS and he said don't worry because the tests didn't check those types of things. i was wondering HOW YU DO check for correct vitamin levels if you are taking supplements. ... (14 replies)
... daily and have for years so I wonder if that's at least some of the cause of my not being able to absorb iron. When I talked to my gastro doc about this, he didn't seem all that convinced about it. ... (74 replies)
... Hair........... well we all want our hair back and it seems to be the most stressful thing to lose. I'd trade less energy for some real hair growth. ... (80 replies)
... My Ferritin was 19 about two months ago and I was experiencing fatique, leg pains, hair loss etc. When I would get up in the morning or middle of the night and walk, my feet felt so heavy and sore. ... (50 replies)
... of my hair over the last year. Can low Ferritin cause hair loss even though the IRON levels are NORMAL? ... (11 replies)
... stress, low ferretin, thyroid, adrenal fatigue, malabsorbtion of nutrients due to gluten intolerance or digestive issues. ... (14 replies)
Ferritin Levels
Jan 17, 2007
... especially when "they" say that ferritin below 40 can cause hair loss. ... (6 replies)
... bound, and now I can hardly stand up to put a small load of laundry in the wash...and that's the tip of the iceberg. ... (0 replies)
... the opposite actually and that is from my primary and my OB. I have normal hemoglobin and normal hematocrit after 8 months on iron and my Dr. says as long as my ferritin is low the anemia diagnosis sticks. One of the very first things that starts to drop with anemia is in fact your ferritin. ... (8 replies)
... Okay I have had low ferritin for years, but haven't done much, resisted iron due to side effects. ... (80 replies)
... Thank goodness for Ferritin tests! Yes, I have had that very thing happen to me but my HGB went down to 8.5 before I caught it. ... (7 replies)
... Hi. Quick recap. IDA diagnosis in early Feb. Went on supplements, levels came back up into normal range in less than 3 mos. ... (2 replies)
... premenopause. The other values are in range. The ranges are what are normal. However, one can be below average or above average and still be in a normal range for them. ... (3 replies)
... grams. I read on the Acne board, that supplementing with too much Vitamin B5, can cause Iron Deficiency. ... (3 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)


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