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... The end result of decreased dietary iron, decreased iron absorption, or blood loss is iron deficiency anemia, the end stage of the ferritin stores. ... (1 replies)
... C increases iron absorption. ... (9 replies)
... When taking iron supplements you should try taking them on an empty stomach. ... (15 replies)

... The end result of decreased dietary iron, decreased iron absorption, or blood loss is iron deficiency anemia. ... (1 replies)
... Side effects of iron are very much an individual experience. Depends how sensitive your system is. If you do have them they are usually GI related problems. ... (65 replies)
... average lifespan of about 120 days, though new red cells go into the circulation daily, as old cells die. I don't know that the effect of even 600 milligrams of iron daily would be noticable until a couple of months. ... (12 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)
... In my opinion, yes, it looks like you are still anemic, though "mildly". Your Ferritin is not that bad, but taking into account that your iron levels have decreased, your Ferritin may go down in time, too. ... (2 replies)
... s good you are getting treated, but continue to be aware of the possibility that some GI disorder is causing the deficiencies. Heavy cycles can be a cause of iron deficiency, and your doctor probably suspects that is the case. ... (8 replies)
... est at the end of the month, because the injection only seems to sustain me for about 3 weeks. In the three months between the two blood tests, my ferritin level decreased from 41 to 30 and I now have what the lab calls "depleted iron stores". I am a vegetarian, but I do eat eggs and milk. ... (5 replies)
... i was on diuretics for about 2 weeks... i know they leach minerals out of your body... could this have also lowered by iron or decreased my iron absorption? ... (4 replies)
... The Schilling test measures Cbl absorption by increasing urine radioactivity after an oral dose of radioactive Cbl. ... (1 replies)
... My advice to you right now would be to make sure you are on a high dose of iron or it can take forever to bring your levels up. I took 300mgs of iron daily for 1 yr. with a couple weeks off here and there because of stomach upset. ... (2 replies)
... But I do wonder if we will ever know. I think time and testing different trials will tell, eventually. They tell me that anything under a 10 means nothing, no iron storage. ... (4 replies)
... s not an absorption problem since my ferritin levels were within normal range a few years back and I've gotten the all clear from GI. ... (10 replies)
... I'm thinking that maybe you were not on a high enough dose of iron to recover from your anemia at least in the last 4 months. ... (8 replies)
... result in a decreased production of red blood cells. Both are classified as normochromic and normocytic anemias. ... (8 replies)


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