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... I am anemic and have suffered reallly low ferritin levels as well, and I recently just started getting panic attacks. ... (2 replies)
... e to compare with thats just crazy thing for your doctor to do.........As you have been supplementing iy give an accurate reading 1000mcg a day is not enough to correct neuro damage I gather you are using the subs? ... (24 replies)
... es tests use same range also i believe. Problem is that most doctors will tell you that you are 'within range' and leave it at that. If you don't know what the correct targets are you tend to believe the doctor. ... (14 replies)

... Please correct me if I'm wrong. ... (5 replies)
... ing something about your iron and it has gone up, which must be doing great things for the rest of your body. My doctor always did say that the better your iron levels the better it was for your thyroid and for everything else. ... (34 replies)
... as well, this may help with the exhaustion too. At least you will be getting what you need to correct the anemia and iron levels. ... (9 replies)
... l you differing things. Some doctors dont care so long as your ferretin is within range, but if you are worried about hair loss or thyroid problems the ferretin levels will need to be over a certain amount "within" the range so that everything functions normally. ... (5 replies)
... that needs to come out, but the surgeon won't touch me until my blood levels are right. ... (11 replies)
... erritin got as low as 8 as far as i know, but my periods didn't stop, but i have read about people who felt their periods did stop due to low iron and when their ferritin rose there periods became normal. I"ve also read the opposite where people's periods became much heavier and then went normal once ferritin was upped. ... (5 replies)
... I think your both correct in saying that we all function at a different level. Maybe it doesn't really matter what the number is as long as you maintain range levels. ... (4 replies)
... g to the Ferritin. This number reflects the storage of iron and is usually the "gold standard" test for iron deficiency. Do not confuse low or "deficient" iron levels with anemia. One can be very low in iron and not anemic. However, very low iron levels over time can lead to anemia. ... (3 replies)
... te making me so ill. My Hgb dropped for a long time until I realized that my Hematologist wasn't too concerned about this, didn't show it, or didn't help me to correct it. ... (17 replies)
... I understand the whole meat thing. Only as a suggestion to you, I would at least try meat 3X weekly 3oz portions, along with ferritin testing to see if you can raise this number. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, you can in fact be iron deficienct and not be anemic. Iron deficiency is at many different levels, the end stage is anemia. So, when you have only a low ferritin you are considered iron deficient. Then the symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... eased. This is usually when the overload shows up if they have it. Even carriers should be watched about every 5 yrs is my understanding. Hopefully I gave you correct information. What I have shared has been my own personal experience within my family and doctors. ... (7 replies)
... You are mildly anemic and have depleted ferritin stores and that in turn makes you feel very poorly to say the least. ... (2 replies)
... I meant my ferritin rose high, then dropped in a 6 week period, then rose up high again in the next 6 weeks, then dropped again in the next 6 weeks. ... (19 replies)
... re I get the appropriate care but am starting to feel a little better. I went last week to my primary doctor and got more blood work done but it appears that my levels might be appearing as more on the "normal side" due to the blood transfusions. ... (2 replies)
... I had same symptoms like you, vertigo, dizziness, etc. I also live in Canada. My ferritin level was 15 at the time, my hemoglobin levels were always normal. You need to find the reason why is your ferritin level low. ... (2 replies)
... if you have been on the BHRT for years, does anybody recheck you to see whether you are on the correct amount for your present hormone levels? ... (12 replies)

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