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... I was feeling sick for years but now they at least know what was wrong. I had such dry skin, mouth and eyes that they thought it was sjogren's syndrome at first. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... I have been reading some posts on the board and am relieved to see some of the comments regarding ferritin and iron levels. ... (2 replies)

... borderline, just going into 3 from 2, meaning fully depleted iron stores and many of my red blood cells were anemic. ... (9 replies)
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Apr 30, 2011
... years in substituting for iron? ... (2 replies)
... Sorry I missed your post but I haven't been here. I agree with you, that you need a HIGH dose iron supplement. At least you do know that you do in fact absorb iron which is a great plus. That is the first hurdle I think, then you have to take the right amount of iron which can be hard. ... (9 replies)
... if your periods are 'normal' then i'd not think that your low iron would be due to that. The problem is that low iron can be due to so many things. ... (12 replies)
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... l crazy at times because I just don't have the ability or want to do things around the house that mentally I want to get done. I was also diagnosed as borderline anemia back in 1992 when I was in college and had been diagnosed with Mono at the same time. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Ladybud, thanks for the reply. I forgot to mention, I was tested for Celiac and am negative. I have a good idea why I'm having these malabsorption problems already. I had a gastric bypass in 2008. ... (4 replies)
... The best advice i can give is to try to adjust your diet. Dont take your iron pills at the same time as tea, dairy products, indigestion remedies, calcium supplements and carbonated drinks. ... (12 replies)
... Being that your ferritin is unacceptably low, I would assume your iron deficiency is to blame for the numbers, although you may also have a folate or b12 deficiency also. You could have more than one deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, do take the iron. I actually felt better when I took the iron on an empty stomach verses with food. I think this is due to the fact that it takes so long for food to digest and the iron sits there longer causing upset. Drink lots of water when you take the supplement and this also gives you a much better chance. ... (48 replies)
... I have followed all of those guidelines throughout the year, as I worked on getting out of the anemia stage and raising my ferritin. ... (9 replies)
... normal level. I'm taking 5000iu currently and will be tested later in the year to see if I've gone up anymore. Unless you are out in the sun for hours and hours, you don't absorb that much D and if you are severely deficient, you'll need a high dose supplement. ... (6 replies)
... tested until I was diagnosed with anemia. At least my doc knew to test for it. ... (2 replies)
... that can cause this and I would also ask for that test as well. ... (65 replies)
... I was diagnosed with anemia in March 09 with a hgb of 7.7 and a ferritin of 3. b12 was on the low normal end and negative fecal occult for blood. ... (7 replies)


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