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... let's just say, I've seen hemoglobin counts as low as 3. ... (5 replies)
Hemoglobin of 8.3
Aug 13, 2013
... ansfusion a few years ago. I went to my pcp last week for blood work, which I still haven't received 8 days later. I went to the er last night and they said my hemoglobin level is 8.3. When I saw a dr 5 hours later he said it had raised to a 9. ... (0 replies)
... The doctor told him his hemoglobin count was 9, whereas I guess a normal count is 15? ... (5 replies)

... she is very shaky and of course very fatigued. ... (4 replies)
... connective tissue nature called Nail Patella Syndrome. I think I've become a bit of an expert on that one as myself and 3 of my 4 children have it as well, and it can cause kidney issues and I'm currently Stage 3 chronic kidney disease. I was also diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2009. ... (4 replies)
Low iron
Dec 24, 2007
... You definitely have a very low hemoglobin that is at a pretty dangerous level. ... (5 replies)
My doctor
Aug 17, 2008
... I had a horrible day today. I found out about 2 months ago I was severely anemic and my ferritin level was a 5, and also my thyroid was not functioning properly. I have been taking Thyroid pill, iron, vitamin D and a fish oil tablet. Iron 3X a day along with D. ... (6 replies)
... You must get the dehydration sorted as quickly as possible, as that can be quite dangerous. Try just taking small amounts of water regularly. ... (5 replies)
... ro what ever that is come up positive. ANA was okay. RF was okay, I have low hemoglobin, low platelets, low white count,. It goes up and down. I have had lots of tests. I have been tested for b12 before but it was okay. Now they have tested it again. Will know more tomorrow. ... (4 replies)
Newly Anemic
Feb 21, 2011
... to massive blood loss due to female issues. The bad news is that I landed in the hospital last week and needed a blood transfusion. I ended up getting two units of blood and an IV of iron. Before the transfusion my hemoglobin was a 6.4 and my hematocrit was a 24. After the transfusion, it was a 8 and 26. ... (1 replies)
... The ferritin level is not really an issue if you are not bleeding out. If you are bleeding out, you need to be sure why. Transfusions of iron replacement in any form is dangerous. If you are bleeding from menstrual situation, that can be stopped with hormones. ... (2 replies)
... heard could be dangerous. Now after 6 months my blood is even worse. So this time they said iron. Now, that I have read this site I guess it looks like the type of iron you get makes a difference Venofer seems to be the newest one. I am like allergic to everything so my concern is a reaction to this iron. ... (20 replies)


Associated Tags: b12 deficiency, ferritin, gastrin, gastritis, i.v, low, nephrologist, pernicious anemia, venofer

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