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... article saying that PPI's do not inhibit absorption of iron then the next clearly does. I think that there are a couple of KEY things to remember when discussing PPI's. ... (7 replies)
... After noticing a recent decrease in my athletic performance, I sent a message to my doctor early last week. ... (8 replies)
... sn't causing me constipation or bad tummy effects, i looked it up on the net and they were nice enough to provide a list of things which affect the absorption of iron supplements for those of us who are having difficulty raising our ferretin levels. Some of them i knew of already, but a few had me surprised. ... (1 replies)

... Ask your doc about novaferrum- - they just came out with an over the counter - no Rx needed, and the stuff is pretty easy on the gut.. it's a liquid but it has a surprisingly good taste to it. ... hope this helps (2 replies)
... I have been iron deficient for at least over a year now and my gynocologist just started following my iron levels. ... (2 replies)
... and have my cereal at the same time. I will drink my tea and then wait awhile to eat. I don't drink iced tea with meals now either. Someone I know was put on iron supplements and they just weren't working. Her doctor then made her keep a food journal and discovered that she was drinking iced tea all day with her meals. ... (13 replies)
... My doctor said that my WBC should improve along with my iron levels as I take an iron supplement. ... (3 replies)
... The other reason for higher ferretin levels being much better for you is also backed up by a Dr John Lee, who is Australia's leading thyroid researcher. ... (2 replies)
Longtime anemia?
Feb 22, 2011
... I had my blood checked about a month ago and the doc said my iron was 5 and should be at least 15. ... (5 replies)
... Does he have celiac? Poor guy. On the good side it is good that you caught it early. Hope the blackstrap molasses helps. Some people take it in warm water ("pregnancy tea"). Does he like brown rice or potatoes/sweet potatoes? They have some iron & b-vitamins (specially if cooked with skin) and they have carbs that a growing kid needs and they are easy to cook. Have you... (8 replies)
... cked them up at the pharmacy counter not OTC so they both came with the normal instruction sheet that you get with a prescription medicine. Both advise that the iron pills are best taken on an empty stomach 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals. If stomach upset occurs, you may take this medication with food. ... (7 replies)
... Are you considering taking iron because the transferrin is low? ... (5 replies)
... Since the concern was high iron and high Transferrin and low UIBC and low TIBC numbers look better, although I know most people on the anemia board are trying to go in the other direction. ... (21 replies)
... section 3 years ago and a referral by my gynocologist, I have been visiting a hematologist for the past 3 years. After 2 years of Iron infusions, my stored ferritin levels would raise for a short period of time and then decrease. ... (0 replies)
... decrease iron consumption and you'll feel good as new. ... (10 replies)
... levels the next time I get blood work. But if you have no iron store with anemia your satuation would be low, with high TIBC. Whenever my ferritin drops, my platelets rise, mcv, tibc rise and decrease satuation. ... (1 replies)
... You are Iron Deficient Anemic by what you are describing. Your labs are very simular to mine. I recently had my first Iron IV Infusion and Im starting to slowly see a decrease in some of the symptoms. Biggest one gone is my ice cravings.. ... (6 replies)
... More people are now finding out that their iron stores need to stay above 70 for at least 3 months to see a significant decrease in the shedding rate and for hair in the growing phase to be restored to its normal rate. ... (21 replies)
... Your body will always try to its best to keep your hematocrit and hemoglobin levels at good levels, it isn't until your stores are completely gone that your body just won't be able to keep them up. ... (7 replies)
... I would like to ask if you know whether if I raise my ferritin levels up, if there is any chance that the hair will improve, i.e. fill in, or has it been too many years of hair loss? ... (21 replies)


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