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Low Iron
Mar 13, 2004
... I have done personal research on this subject to try to improve my ability to function and I came across an article regarding iron storage somewhere. ... (21 replies)
... Ferritin is an iron storage protein that the body synthesizes because free iron is actually toxic to our bodies. To prevent iron toxicity the body regulates the level of ferritin synthesis to accommodate different levels of iron. ... (13 replies)
... I too have been reading all over this forum since I got my lab results about 10 days ago. I am waiting for answers to your questions about as anxiously as you are! Why? ... (10 replies)

... or not. Some people have thyroid problems that mimic the same symptoms of anemia. Have you had your thyroid checked lately? ... (24 replies)
... You might want to get a copy of your labs. The ablation wasn't scary for me because I was really sick for 7mo.'s. I didn't have a choice. You can search the different procedures on Healthboards and see what others have done and the net of course. ... (12 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 24, 2007
... no matter what your iron situation. ... (49 replies)
... Welcome to the boards!!! The ferritin is an iron storage protein, this is iron storage in the bone marrow and organs. When this number goes too low then the Hgb begins to drop with the end stage resulting in iron deficiency anemia. ... (7 replies)
Question on number
Apr 22, 2009
... Your numbers are typical of iron deficiency. Although you very well may not be anemic. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! Serum iron is the iron in the blood at the time of the blood test and is changed by what you eat and supplements that you may be taking. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like you are stable. This means that you are not losing any demonstrable amounts of blood. Women who are still having periods or have given birth in the recent past will get anemic. They will draw on their stored iron which allows the hemeglobin to stay at a normal level. ... (1 replies)
Hello, new here
Nov 12, 2008
... MCV basically mean that you have smaller RBC's in size and shape, less oxygen. ... (28 replies)
... Sorry that you are so overwhelmed by all this. It can be a very disconcerting time that's for sure, I sympathize deeply with you. ... (3 replies)
... B12 shots are one of the most effective ways of building up your B12 levels if you are deficient. The other good way is to take something called "sublingual" B12. This is dissolved under the tongue in either in a tablet form or liquid drops. ... (7 replies)
... Even though your numbers are not that low depending on your lab values, your Iron storage is the problem. Is it really 0, or just considered 0? ... (12 replies)
Ferritin questions
Aug 29, 2010
... but my cbc was normal. I feel terrible. I see an endocrinologist tomorrow and a hemotologist Friday. My tsh was normal but didn't do any free testing. A random blood sample cortisol level was low. Hoping I find out some answers soon. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin questions
Nov 12, 2009
... Ferritin is an iron storage protein that the body synthesizes, FREE iron can be toxic to our organs. ... (2 replies)
Anemia
Jul 14, 2009
... Sorry I wasn't here for a while to respond to your post, in response to my questions prior. From what I gather from your labs, back in Sept. '08 you were at that time considered to be moderately anemic as reflected in your Hgb count, you also have a decreased MCV of 69. ... (5 replies)
Not anemic?
Aug 28, 2003
... You can be iron deficient without being anemic. ... (2 replies)
... I see a little bit when showering, but not a lot and have long hair, if that makes a difference... ... (4 replies)
... D Funny you ask if ferritin is a protein because actually it is a type of protein, but not the one that you are thinking of. ... (4 replies)




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