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... 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)
... My ferritin measured at 19. I took iron supplements, felt dramatically and immediately a whole lot better, got retested 3 months later and my ferritin had fallen to 15. One year later, after taking iron supplements for about 9 months in total, it's down to 12. ... (3 replies)
... I think that you will feel much better if you get more iron. I now take 150 mgs of elemental iron daily to replenish ferritin stores, was on 300mgs when anemic. ... (34 replies)

... I also though it was my period, because every doctor told me so. But now I have not had a period for 8 months. In Jan. after three infusions, my ferritin was 89. June it was 63 and now Aug. it was 36. I am back to my infusions again. ... (20 replies)
... Osteoblast, nobody knows why my levels dropped so far and now why it's taking forever to get back up again. ... (16 replies)
Mar 23, 2008
... up to see what your ferritin levels are as well as perhaps B12 and folic acid AT LEAST. My doctor just let me walk out the door for years without checking further. ... (3 replies)
... Your body needs rest as much as possible, if you have low iron levels not a PUSH to do more. It stresses the heart too much if you are really low. ... (5 replies)
... ght my low iron was due to my periods, but even when i got help from a Naturopath and my periods became regular and much lighter again, i still couldn't build my ferritin up fast. ... (6 replies)
... Yeah, ferritin is done separately and not done on the simple equipment than many doctor's offices seem to have. ... (6 replies)
Jan 5, 2017
... Hey there :) In short, no, they're not the same thing. Ferritin is what stores iron and provides the body with the correct levels it needs in order to survive, unless of course there is an issue somewhere but you can have high/low of either at any given time. I hope this helps! K. (1 replies)
... High MCV indicates the red cell is bigger, and low TIBC does not indicate iron defficiency, but probably folate or B12 defficiency. but low Ferritin does indicate iron defficiency...I did the logic job on my lab reports. ... (12 replies)
... I'm surprised that my Physician didn't order a ferritin test as well. I see that some people are posting about serum iron and ferritin levels, two different things correct? ... (24 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)
... I have been told by my doctor that it could take as long as 6months to correct your Ferritin levels. I have been getting regular IV iron every 3 or 4 month for the past two years. I am still being poked and prodded to see where my iron is going. ... (8 replies)
... Hello,my b12 reading was 584.0. It was not flagged in my results only my ferrition levels was so i presumed my b12 was ok. Does anyone know what levels are correct for b12? ... (26 replies)
... All the things you have had to correct take an indefinite time. It's very daunting to be taking so many supplements daily. ... (8 replies)
... when i visited the Trichologist for my hair shedding, before i knew of the Hashimoto's, he checked my selenium levels via a blood test and it came up that they were good. ... (21 replies)
... ng that much then i'd say "something" is going on there. Mine went up, down and around for a long time. My doctor and Endo kept telling me my T3 and T4 and TSH levels were normal, BUT, when i went to see the Trichologist for my hair loss, he pointed out that my levels were NOT normal. ... (20 replies)
... i read something somewhere on what's connected to what and what does what, what goes where and it appears within what goes on with the thyroid and what has to be correct for the thyroid to work successfully the liver comes into it somewhere along the line. ... (11 replies)
... ed to your digestive system, your liver, your spleen as all your bodily organs are interconnected and work like a machine. If one organ isn't functioning at the correct level then it affects production of all the other organs. ... (21 replies)

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