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High hemoglobin
Aug 24, 2008
... run a lot, but my ferritin is always going down and requires me to get infusions all the time. What is her platelet levels. Mine alwys are on the high side with decrease ferritin. ... (3 replies)
... Audrey B: I am one of those who never got a satisfactory answer to the hair loss problem. I am being treated for hypothyroid and since I was still extremely fatigued, decided to raise my ferritin levels. In the course of my research on the topic I saw the hair loss-iron connection.My hair loss started when I was pretty young, and has always been a source of upset for me,... (21 replies)
... month old daughter was diagnosed with anemia nearly eight months ago during a routine visit to the pediatrician. We tried iron therapy for several months, but her RBCs continued to decrease. Her total RBC for the past eight months has ranged between 3.2 and 3. ... (4 replies)

Question
May 19, 2004
... Iron deficiency can lead to anemia if left unaddressed. It can take several months of supplemental iron to bring the levels up to normal. ... (4 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 20, 2004
... Very well said Maricmac, I was just wondering ... if they can seprate the heads of infants now days/ wonder if they can reinstall the intrinsic factor back into the stomach via surgery? Thanks about the info as the 5 years I never knew that! I have perneious anmia and my injections are once a month 1000mg... when I first got it they loaded me up with the B- 12... (16 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 16, 2004
... I was Diagnosed 6 years ago with Pernisious Anemia.B-12 injections will be given to me the rest of my life....... (16 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 13, 2004
... The fainting spells etc are caused by oxygen transport being compromised. The oxygen is being used to keep your vital organs going and that is causing a decrease to your heart, lungs and kidneys. ... (16 replies)
Low iron&headaches
Jun 13, 2002
... c and ballon ablation to decrease menstrual bleeding. found out that i am still iron deficient and now am also b12 deficient. ... (15 replies)
... I know about the celiac antibody test. I personally am trying to decrease gluten in general. ... (80 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)
Ferritin Question
Nov 27, 2009
... showed a decrease in Ferritin from 43 to 31. Hematocrit was slightly high and MCHC slightly low, all other values normal. ... (0 replies)
... Hypothyroidism causes a decrease in the stomach acid, resulting in malabsorption of iron which in turn can be a cause for a low ferritin. A low iron can mess up the function of the thyroid as a result. ... (5 replies)
... I took my last dose of FE sulfate on Saturday, the day before my blood draw. I noticed an immediate decrease in headache, less irritable and been sleeping deeply. Headaches started returning Tuesday...still no where near as bad as when I was on the FE. ... (5 replies)
Ferrous sulphate
Jan 29, 2008
... so I would not take it with food at all. I also wouldn't recommend taking iron with the multivitamin because of the calcium that's in it. I would take the multi at lunch and the iron in the evening alone 1 hr before a meal or snack. ... (10 replies)
... to augment my treatment when I do next to the dr. For the moment, I am working on getting the ferritin up and cutting back on the lexapro. I read that SSRIs can decrease T3. ... (12 replies)
... I did have a bleeding stomach polyp removed last February but that's over. Doc said I'm just not storing the iron. The iron pills have increased my hemoglobin but my stores continue to decrease. ... (16 replies)
... I checked my bottle of pills at home and the brand I take is Bronson Iron with C. They are a sustained release pill which I once read may not absorb as well, but they have helped me considerably. ... (5 replies)
... in the body. It can also be caused by the beginning stages of iron deficiency anemia. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you for your advice, I really appreciate it! That goes for everyone who has replied. My arms are so sore and I have knots in my arms from having so much blood work done...it hurts to move my arms :( Im anxious to meet with the hematologist next week, I am SO ready for some answers! (36 replies)
... Ok, yeah, so that low MCV number points to iron deficiency. I just browsed through my old test results and when my hemoglobin hit 7.7, RBC 2.78 and my MCV was 85. ... (36 replies)




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