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... decrease iron consumption and you'll feel good as new. ... (10 replies)
Iron stores at 7!
Sep 20, 2010
... I have had anemia as a kid and have had low iron growing up. Lately, I felt a strong decrease in energy and am always tired. But specifically, I've been getting dizzy spells and lightheadedness. ... (1 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia. ... (2 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)
... ky that I drank tea. Hum..... I wouldn't stop the walnuts, but I would treat them the same as you would if it were tea. Eating them between meals not with the iron rich foods or it WILL decrease your iron absorption. ... (13 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)
... I have been taking iron supplements for a year now and have finally raised my ferritin to 68. ... (1 replies)
... My doctor said that my WBC should improve along with my iron levels as I take an iron supplement. ... (3 replies)
... I would wait for your doctors guidance as to what course of action to take and not begin anything until prescribed. Iron should be taken 1 hr before or 2 hrs after a meal and 2 hrs apart from PPI's. If taken with food absorption is decreased by up to 50-66%. Also, 3 hrs apart from any calcium supplements. PPI (Protonix, Nexium, Zegrid, Kapadex and such) decrease... (20 replies)
... Hi there, I don't know too much about the foods to avoid...but when I was taking iron pills my doc said vitamin c would help absorption and that dairy can decrease absorption. ... (4 replies)
... Ladies, does retic mean reticulocytes? If so, their count must decrease, not increase, with iron. The higher their numbers, the more red blood cells our bone marrow is trying to produce in order to meet our body's need of the latter. Taking iron raises the RBC count, so the bone marrow doesn't have to produce more reticulocytes (which are actually young RBCs), & their... (7 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)
... You definately need to keep a record of your ferritin and intake of iron to see if you are making any progress. If you have had IV therapy, you need to keep track of what ferritin results and if, and how, quickly it drops. ... (9 replies)
... Considering all this, does anemia decrease one's immunity? ... (3 replies)
... I read it on the Mayo website. You need acid to take in your iron and if you take Nexium it rids your stomache of acid. ... (1 replies)
... decrease in absorption rate, and then how well you actually absorb after that. Comes out to very little iron intake. Good luck with your new routine. ... (13 replies)
... Sometimes if you are absorbing iron poorly you are also absorbing other things poorly. ... (9 replies)
... Sometimes if you are absorbing iron poorly you are also absorbing other things poorly. ... (9 replies)
... Blkqwn, I hope the iron supplements have helped replete your iron stores and that your hair has grown back! ... (8 replies)
... and Iron deficient at the same time, even vitamin deficient in some things. Sounds like a hereditary component MAYBE. ... (65 replies)


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