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... I also had sinus problems and finally had sinus surgery. I still have dizziness when I my sinus acts up. But my ENT told me that my eyes are not connecting signals to my brain. ... (34 replies)
... I have been reading through the posts and see that a lot of people with low ferritin levels also suffer dizziness and balance problems. ... (34 replies)
... I can tell you that it has taken me over two years of taking over 400mg per day to reach a satisfactory level. My last reading was 109 last September. My daughter who is 14 started at ferritin 14 a year ago and her reading was up to 86 last September. ... (9 replies)

... worker if she felt it. I didnt know that it was related to my anemia until I started reading up on it. I am so freaking tired but my ferritin was too high for an infusion yet. ... (10 replies)
... I have some abdominal pain, but it bothers me mostly at night, headaches, neasuea and dizziness but that is expected with the anemia. Anyone with any ideas? ... (3 replies)
Dizziness worse
Apr 13, 2009
... asthma symptoms have subsided and I am not using my inhaler as much. She said I was suffering from post nasal drip which causes the airways to tighten and bring on an asthma attack because of the phlegm blocking the airways. ... (12 replies)
... If more info is neede I have more bloodwork. I just wanted to post what I thought was important. What is going on and what do I do? ... (5 replies)
... My symptoms are fatique, mild depression, and dizziness. After reading some of the other posts I didn't think that my being out of breath on short walks and racing heart might be part of the same problem. ... (5 replies)
... I do stress that the labs do not point to clinical deficiency, but may indicate low levels, which in my experience can have a profound effect on one's quality of life. ... (10 replies)
... I'm brand new to these boards. I stumbled on this board in desperation to find other people with the same symptoms. ... (14 replies)
... I'm brand new to these boards. I stumbled on this board in desperation to find other people with the same symptoms. ... (14 replies)
Hello back again
Aug 19, 2010
... we talked a bit months ago on the dizzy thread..thats REALLY interesting ,as everything you you get i get too.. ... (3 replies)
Newly Anemic
Jul 24, 2007
... exercise test but they only ever asked me to walk on a treadmill so I never got close to the more moderate intensity I needed to recreate the chest pain. ... (3 replies)
... Around mid July, I noticed a numb patch on my left calf. I thought nothing of it. I was born at 27 weeks and had necrotizing endocolitis and an illiostomy. ... (1 replies)
... I am soooo glad I found this board! You guys have been a blessing to me just in reading some of the past posts. ... (7 replies)
... This is my first posting and I thought I'd share my story. I've been lurking on this board for months reading everyone else's story as a source of hope. ... (3 replies)
New here...
Mar 12, 2013
... and sent me on my way. ... (5 replies)
... I have actually never posted on one of these sites either but after reading your post felt I should. ... (5 replies)
... a note on taking iron, it is weird, I keep reading that taking it with food or directly after a meal makes it more tolerable for the stomach. ... (9 replies)
... sorry if my post is a bit long! I was diagnosed with iron deficiency about two weeks ago. I wanted to find out more about the topic so I've been reading this forum among other things and I've found the posts here really useful! I've still got some nagging questions though. ... (9 replies)


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