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... else that they can't figure out they think it's Fibromyalgia..especially if you have a doctor who doesn't put much stock into Fibromyalgia. My anemia brought me dangerously close to a heart attack or stroke and if it weren't for a standard blood test for something else it would have been missed entirely. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you! I could have written what you said. My ferritin isn't even dangerously low anymore (31), however, I'm puzzled that it dropped from 47 AFTER I started taking iron again after a short hiatus. Either way, I am wanting a higher target due to being a runner. I have gone from running 50+ miles a week to barely running at all. I want to run again. (15 replies)
... I am not a post op person, but just a low ferritin person. I wondered if it was only your ferritin that was 12, or if you had any other problems that promted your dr to take action. ... (10 replies)

... I have hemoglobin and ferritin levels that are slightly better than yours right now and I am also extremely fatigued. ... (9 replies)
... He told me the risk is higher but it would be so worth it. Yes he is not too happy about my ferritin being 2. ... (10 replies)
... Your Ferritin is dangerously low at only 2. The infusion you may be talking about is the one I get. InFeD. ... (10 replies)
... well haha after reading stuff here I myself thought I would be like at 20 (for ferritin) when I went for follow up blood test after 2.5months of iron supplementing. nope, it was about 100! just fine, no longer need to take the load of iron. I think that should be the normal response, if someone doesn't respond to the treatment fast, then they have either 1) absorption... (3 replies)
... d since I had a few of my own recently that everybody is different. Our chemistry is so different that no two are alike. I was convinced that my hemoglobin and ferritin levels would take months to rise based on what I read and it simply was not true for me. ... (3 replies)
... Because our situations are SO similar it's almost scary! Your levels are low for sure, but if it makes you feel any better, mine are actually even lower. My doctors are saying that mine are as low as they've seen. ... (10 replies)
... was at about 9 months and my iron levels weren't too low this time so it was a little better. The doc just wanted me to get a refill before I dropped dangerously low, which I had in the past. My ferritin was at 4. ... (9 replies)
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Jun 13, 2011
... until ferritin goes up to 50 or so. this is assuming you also know the cause for the iron deficiency and can fix it. ... (1 replies)
... I'm worried about going into surgery with my low blood pressure, low hemoglobin, ferritin and other dangerously low levels but Dr. tells me that it's more dangerous for me to keep losing blood because of this tumor inside of me... ... (6 replies)
... at my iron is low. I had a full blood count and everything was normal and I am not anemic but she said my iron was 17 and it should be between 20 and 40. Is this ferritin levels? ... (0 replies)
... You should see a specialist, a hematologist right away if you aren't seeing one already. Your levels sound dangerously low. It sounds like you need an IV iron transfusion or maybe even a blood transfusion. I think a specialist would recommend at least an IV iron infusion. ... (20 replies)
... ms I have read about in my research on this board and other sites. I am waiting to hear from my Dr. to see what the plan of treatment is going to be. Are these levels dangerously low? ... (7 replies)




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