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Ferritin going up
Jan 12, 2009
... she is lovely,she explained that she will be giving me a retest in a few weeks and that all my other tests were fine. She also said that she was not alarmed by any of my symptoms as they are all indicating towards having low ferriton. ... (26 replies)
... A month and a half later, and I still fel like hell. Geeze, Im so tired of being this way. I hate to be such a complainer. I have my next appointment monday... and I think Ill try the "not leaving until you help me " idea. Ill be sure to take a sleeping bad and pillow... ... (7 replies)
... don't like this nurse. Well, the family doctor didn't check for it either. I guess because I don't hurt after everything I eat. I went to the new family doctor and was quite impressed with the way he listened to my symptoms. He didn't check my levels since I just had blood work done, but seemed like he was trying to help. ... (23 replies)

... Would recommend that you consider getting an appointment with a Hematologist soon. If you are anemic, and depending on which levels are defecient, yes it can affect your heart, your breathing, your thinking, etc. ... (7 replies)
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Hello, new here
Nov 11, 2008
... have been suffering from some odd symptoms for about 3 yrs and discovered that I have a iron count of 2. ... (28 replies)
... adolescence was spent always feeling tired, getting headaches, and feeling detatched and out of it. I always seemed to suffer with vertigo, though I just learned of what that meant about a week ago. ... (6 replies)
Thrilled!
Oct 5, 2007
... that you take in to make the usable t3.So for those of us on synthroid meds it is so impt. to get the ferritin up there so the synthroid can do its work. ... (16 replies)
... To cut a long story short, I've had low iron levels for most of my life. For the past 8 years I've suffered with low energy, breathlessness, pains in my legs and burning feet. I have also developed mental health problems over this time which have slowly gotten worse. ... (2 replies)
... so I presume that you have also had this test in the past. Anemia is the end stage of ferritin stores, and if you were anemic, then you most likely also had a very low ferritin count as well. ... (8 replies)
... theatre rehearsals each week, and still had time to come home at night and do homework.. ... (5 replies)
... I too am a little hypo as far as my health goes but I want to add I wasn't like this before the anemia. One day I was sitting at my computer desk and just had this rush of "omg I feel funny" my heart began pounding out of my chest, I was dizzy, couldn't catch my breath, panic attack ensue. ... (12 replies)
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... I had been told my ferritin was low about 5 years ago but i don't know what it was and no treatment was prescribed. ... (11 replies)
... I don't know a whole bunch about iron injections as I just took the pills and they seemed to work for me. My Dr. is relating my low iron to heavy bleeding as well. I have read a lot on these forums and have read some people struggle with injections while others don't. ... (1 replies)
... I know exactly what your going through. I'm sure a lot here can relate to the way you feel. It's no fun and can be very draining. My first appointment I had my Dr. ... (13 replies)
... That is your iron stores. If your ferritin is low, it means you need to bump up your iron intake. ... (3 replies)
... The first thing that I would do is get a hard copy of your lab results for your own reference. You can post your labs if you like and people here can take a look for you. ... (5 replies)
... ce could certainly be an issue. There are two blood tests to check for celiac disease, but you can still have gluten sensitivity without celiac. It could explain low ferritin if absorption is poor. You will know if your ferritin hasn't come up substantially. ... (5 replies)
... Ferritin for example which is basically your iron stores can be a 12 and be considered normal but it can also be all the way up in the 200's. Ferritin is pretty important and having this be low can cause a slew of symptoms. ... (1 replies)




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