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... Hi. I was looking for some information about people's personal stories about Iron deficiency anemia on medical forums, but surprisingly that's hard to come by, even on the internet. ... (12 replies)
... Hi everyone, I had some tests done for iron awhile back from a doctor who is now being sued...anyways long story short Im going to get everything retested. ... (9 replies)
... and HCT were tested to be in the normal range, just at the low end of it, MCV too low though, below normal. ... (19 replies)

... My hemoglobin tested normal, just my ferritin is low. I was wondering if just a low ferritin could cause these symptoms. You are right. The ferritin is the storage of iron, or your iron reserve. I do make sure that I keep well hydrated. ... (19 replies)
New Test Results
Mar 19, 2009
... I bought the ferrous sulfate since I didn't know that my body won't react well to it or not without trying it first. I did ask the pharmacy about the poly iron, it's $35 for 100 tabs. :eek: I didn't think that I was taking things lightly. I've emailed and called, I've taken the tests they want and now starting the ferrous sulfate. Maybe I'm just in denial and... (8 replies)
... creatinine ratio is more an indicator of dehydration. Your BUN is at top of range but not high enough to explain a creatinine of 1.6. Chronic kidney disease can cause anemia, but it is not normally iron deficient, it is anemia of chronic disease, which looks different than yours. Thyroid levels have nothing to do with calcium. ... (14 replies)
New Test Results
Mar 19, 2009
... I hope that she is well versed in iron supplements, many are not. ... (8 replies)
... yes, I have ITP and something else. Every once in a while I have to have RBC transfusion. Now add Platelet transfusion and many Iron infusion. ... (11 replies)
... as kidneys help make red blood cells and strong bones with the hormones they produce. Sometimes there is a metabolic problem that can even cause kidney stones ... ... (6 replies)
... Your body needs iron in order to make red blood cells... ... (19 replies)
... I am a male with iron deficency but NOT anemia. I can not figure it out. I have chronic sinusitis but no active infections. ... (2 replies)
... ostic stuff keeps coming back clear. They weren't sure on the creatinine level being high. I did have acute kidney failure a few years ago when I had a infection of Lyme Disease but that was treated and resolved. ... (14 replies)
... dietary deficiency of iron, poor absorption of iron, like from gluten intolerance, Vit B12 and folate deficiency, excess destruction of RBC, autoimmune disease, blood loss from GI tract, just to know a few. The labs you posted are insufficient to tell much. ... (4 replies)
... My RDW was out of range, but of no concern to the MD. It was 15.3 and normal is 11. ... (19 replies)
... period but it didn't work. I'm wondering if I might have anemia and that's what's causing me to stop getting my period. I gave up eating red meat because it's high in fat so I might not be getting enough iron from my diet. ... (4 replies)
... It seems like my RBC count is on the low side, as is the ferritin. The weird thing is that my hgb and hct are very normal, and now the MCV high. ... (3 replies)
... ith under 400 considered low enough to have psychiatric symptoms as well as neurological problems both temporary and permanent. My RBC was 3.81 but my white cell count was 3.00. At the time I had no appetite, Cardiac Tachycardia, Fainting spells. ... (7 replies)
... She means that if you live in an area with a high altitude and your Hemoglobin is 11 that you would probably feel better if it were at 15. ... (9 replies)
... But first, we have to get an accurate diagnosis, and learn the root cause of this harm. ... (28 replies)
... My Red blood cell count is 3. ... (50 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, cyclic anemia, cyclic neutropenia, iron, low ferritin

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