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... Gluten intolerance and malabsorption of nutrients are 2 other things which can be silent hair and health killers. Most doctors dont even test for these things. ... (8 replies)
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... I just knew that I had low iron, but they kept telling me I didn't. I finally ordered a copy of the results, and he had run an iron panel test but not ferritin, which is the one we needed. ... (2 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)
... RDA. I don't know how long it takes to raise one's ferritin on average, since some people have contributory causes that prevent absorption etc. I think a month or 6 weeks would be a good time to recheck the levels in order to see if the supplementation is having an effect. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for replying. ... (3 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)
... cularly celiac disease, because the iron, as well as many vitamins, doesn't get absorbed by the diseased small bowel. I would recommend anyone who is chronically low on iron or anemic without apparent cause be checked for that. ... (14 replies)
... ou should tell him that you are still iron deficient and your body is telling you this. You could also have something more going on that is always a possibility for all of us. But a lot of symptoms could very well be from iron. ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are not getting the care and advice you need from your GP. Have you been his patient for a long time? ... (4 replies)
... There have been some investigations, although the GP doesn't always tell me what's being tested, only that the tests are normal! I know that I've been tested for rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and OVP. ... (3 replies)
... I always, always, feel better when my ferritin goes up. This has been slow, but continuous positive progress for 2 years now. I am able to do so much more. ... (1 replies)
... Today I read through the labtestonline for the CBC test and other related tests as well their meanings. ... (12 replies)
... at least half or more of that time I was unable to take a higher dose of iron AND I was still bleeding for almost 7 of those months. It all adds up and so does frequent blood testing which I had. It causes you to pull from the ferritin stores. ... (8 replies)
... You know I have never been told to fast with the iron panel either. My Hematologist never ran this test for me only the PCP several times. I was told that I was having malabsorption by my GI doc as well due to PPI use of 9 yrs. ... (3 replies)
... i'm in the same boat as you. Suffered with extremely low iron and took 2 years to raise it and that was when i found out that i had Hashi's. ... (80 replies)
... On the other hand, it's not normal for ferretin to simply drop so fast. It is a good idea to rule out all possible causes. ... (11 replies)
... thank you for your post. ... (80 replies)
... serum iron is not a great measure for total body iron .. ... (6 replies)
... In this case you need your Vitamin D checked too. A lot of people who are low in ferritin are often low in Vitamin D and some in B12, even if they are meat eaters. ... (1 replies)


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