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... you need to find out where you ferritin is at now. When i looked through old blood test reports from waaaay back, before my abnormal shedding, my ferritin was in the mid 30's. Now it's been 60 and over for at least one year and my hair shedding issues are the same. ... (12 replies)
... Ferris Sulfate comes in 325mg which gives you 65mgs of elemental iron in each dose, 195mgs of iron daily if taken 3X. To correct iron deficiency I have read that you need at least 200mgs daily, if it is tolerable for you. Ferris Sulfate is harsh and hard to tolerate for many. ... (11 replies)
... Your B vitamins are at very healthy levels. Your doctor has ran the correct tests and IS following the proper procedure. She also checked your B vitamins and not all docs do that when they should. Sounds like a good doctor IMO. ... (13 replies)

... malabsorption going on before levels go down. ... (48 replies)
... In some people whose b12 and folate are too high it will bring withdrawal symptoms when the levels start to drift downward. It is a range rather than an exact number. ... (2 replies)
Oct 12, 2003
... lements twice a day, my family dr. wants me to have my bloodworkup done again in about 5 weeks to see if my iron binding capacity, ferritin, hemoglobin and other levels have gone up. ... (12 replies)
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... D Ferritin with just oral iron therapy seems to take forever to go up. Mine was a 2 to start and I'm at a 19 now. ... (3 replies)
Iron? thyroid?
Apr 4, 2008
... Your tsh number is at high end of normal range, so maybe that is your reason for feeling bad. And having low iron probably means that you also have a low ferritin which equals your symptoms. Could be one or the other or both that cause your symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... anemia with low iron storage in liver. It is important to assess what might be causing this. Treating both the cause and supplementing your diet with iron should correct this in a few months. Your blood count will come up sooner than iron stores, which should be documented by follow up blood tests. ... (4 replies)
... I just had a baby 4 months ago and now I am anemic. The only real problem that it is causing me is to feel a little more tired than normal but not extreme. My levels aren't hugely low.. ... (3 replies)
... I've been dealing w/ some underlying issues that led to severe anemia. I had surgery on 1-11-11 to correct the issue (which stopped the bleeding) but my iron numbers aren't increasing. My Dr. won't refer me to a hematologist as she thinks since my anemia was due to heavy monthly bleeding which she feels has hopefully been corrected, and that it's an iron deficiency not B12 or... (9 replies)
... Based on my own experience and others that have been here for the last 3 yrs you are going to be okay. Sometimes it takes a long time to correct things. Take care. Hope you are feeling better by this time. ... (2 replies)
... Glad to hear that your iron levels are better. ... (8 replies)
Is this very low?
Apr 26, 2009
... It's your choice, nobody will force you to eat meat, but in addition to your ferritin and B12, you also need to check your Vit D levels as Vit D is in meat, eggs and dairy. ... (3 replies)
... You have to look at the elemental iron on each bottle and compare that. Double check that your mgs are correct for your FS too. What is your Hgb level? ... (3 replies)
... Thanks flflowergirl. What you said makes sense. I was 5. Whenever I ask nurses and doctors to explain iron levels they are very dismissive. The nurse yesterday just said 'Oh they mean different things'. ... (7 replies)
... My hemoglobin was 77 and my ferritin was 0... ... (2 replies)
... months to raise my levels in response to the supplements. That was when I was able to take the correct dose as prescribed. ... (3 replies)
... ansfusion as well. I did have an initial reaction to the infusion of chest pain. They stopped the IV and when the chest pain subsided they began again. My oxygen levels at point were around 84 and there was concern about that as well. ... (7 replies)

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