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Ferritin levels
May 2, 2010
... So, your Hgb is 11.6 and I am guessing your ferritin is a 1? ... (1 replies)
... I am not sure whether taking extra B12 can increase ferritin or not. I read somewhere that it might, but it wasn't a credible source. ... (3 replies)
... Your HCT and HGB numbers look quite normal. I think you might be heading towards the beginning stages of anemia if you don't correct it now. ... (3 replies)

... Maybe he wants to see if this will correct on its own and then he can let it go? ... (11 replies)
... My ferritin is at 5 at the minute, although in the past it has been lower. This leads me to feel extremely tired, breathless, anxious and of course hair thinning. ... (11 replies)
... The above poster is correct. Your body is considered to have enough iron in storage until the ferritin drops below 10. Then you are considered "iron deficient. ... (7 replies)
... I am also hypothyroid, and I was also wondering what the correct levels of thyroid should be to feel better. I know that one affects the other, re iron and thyroid, but I'm not sure which is which. ... (12 replies)
... for optimal metabolic and thyroid gland activity and Phase 2 liver detox functioning. Long term low ferretin can lead to thyroid problems, which can self correct once your ferretin has been corrected but in other cases it wont. ... (9 replies)
... for optimal metabolic and thyroid gland activity and Phase 2 liver detox functioning. Long term low ferretin can lead to thyroid problems, which can self correct once your ferretin has been corrected but in other cases it wont. ... (9 replies)
... FLFLOWERGIRL is correct in that you need to take a higher dosage of iron supplements to get those figures moving upward. ... (13 replies)
... normal" because how could one person with 29 times the iron level of the other both be normal? ... (4 replies)
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... Hi! Your ferritin level is way too low and explains all your symptoms! ... (3 replies)
... It came back that I had a b12 level of 192 and I was told I needed to take b12 injections. ... (6 replies)
... e blood transfusions. This is what a blood transfusion is suppossed to do yet I am still somewhat concerned that based on these results my doctor may not do the correct thing with my care and therefore I may end up again where I was... ... (2 replies)
... I have read, and also been told it takes up to 6 months or more to start to really feel better and neurological damage to correct itself. If you have had it too long, it may never correct itself. ... (57 replies)
... Sorry to hear that your levels have declined but glad to hear that you seem to have found the correct supplements that don't bother your stomach. ... (6 replies)
... And last but not least I will have my ferritin checked again in the next few weeks. I got it up to 47 , I know this seems so high to those on this board who are starting from 8 or so. ... (28 replies)
... were a 5. I have just never seen an iron level beginning at 12? ... (7 replies)
... normal" because how could one person with 29 times the iron level of the other both be normal? ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, b12, ferritin, gluten, hypothyroidism, low ferritin

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