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... t this moment because we just changes insurance and I haven't seen it new doc yet. As soon as my hemoglobin was norma my hemo doc said iI was fine even though my ferritin was a 7. Doctors say that ferritin should be in the 100 range. ... (4 replies)
... anemia is often associated with gluten intolerance particularly celiac disease, because the iron, as well as many vitamins, doesn't get absorbed by the diseased small bowel. ... (14 replies)
... How low was your ferritin. Ferritin measures the amount of stored iron. Mine is 19 and my doctor wants me to do intravenous iron. I should be at around 100. ... (7 replies)

... We also think that ferritin does have symptoms although I cannopt prove it. Many people here agree. ... (16 replies)
... please excuse my spelling, on my phone ;) (4 replies)
... While the colonoscopy was just routine the Endoscopy was done so the Gastro could take a small biopsy of my stomach to test for celiac disease, which has been known to inhibit the absorption of iron. ... (3 replies)
... Before you become anemic, your iron stores start to deplete. An example would be that, starting out, you had a hemoglobin of 14 and a ferritin of 70. ... (15 replies)
... know the cause, I suffered very heavy periods since a teenager. I am now on the pill to control the bleeding and it has helped. Before the pill 12 months ago my ferritin got up to 30 with iron tablets but then I had to stop them as they made me feel sick. During a 6 month period my ferritin dropped from 30 to 9. ... (6 replies)
... I have suffered from anxiety in the past so doc may be blaming this for the palpitations rather than the low ferritin. ... (50 replies)
... young adult, but not once did anyone ever test ferritin levels. It's so surprising the things you don't know about your own body and health! ... (4 replies)
... I am pretty health conscious and follow a mostly plant based diet. I've been told a lot throughout all of this that my iron being low was due to not eating enough meat, I still do eat chicken sometimes but do not eat red meat or fish. ... (6 replies)
... and they have gradually depleted. The further they deplete, the less stores you have, and eventually you will end up with anemia. I didn't get anemia until my ferritin level was about 5. Some people get anemia much sooner than that, some may not get it at all. ... (1 replies)
... There is a cause. I started with a ferritin of a 2 last year. ... (50 replies)
... Anemia is a symptom of something else happening, it is not a disease in and of itself. Most likely it is your 6 day periods with 3 being heavy. That is all I had was 3 heavy days, but was enough to cause a problem. ... (5 replies)
... hemolytic anemia in lupus is celiac disease. It prevents absorption of iron in the GI tract. ... (19 replies)
... Many people with low ferritins complain of symtpoms exactly like yours, even without anemia. ... (6 replies)
... Low ferritin takes a very long time to bounce back from. Months...years. Depends on how well your body is absorbing and if the cause has been found. ... (50 replies)
... As a young man, you need to find out the cause of your low ferritin. ... (3 replies)
... so also increasing! My reticulocyte count is very low though. I'm hoping this turns around at the next blood draw in 6 weeks. ... (16 replies)
Low ferritin
May 26, 2013
... I have absorbtion issues as I have Celiac disease, and Liquid ferritin is easily absorbed by my small intestine, as opposed to pills. ... (22 replies)


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