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... Thank you for you reply!! (4 replies)
... I would consult your doctor before you begin iron supplements to just be sure that it is ok to take with any other medications you may be on. Also, iron can cause constipation so I would recommend asking for a stool softener if you do start iron. ... (4 replies)
... sn't causing me constipation or bad tummy effects, i looked it up on the net and they were nice enough to provide a list of things which affect the absorption of iron supplements for those of us who are having difficulty raising our ferretin levels. Some of them i knew of already, but a few had me surprised. ... (1 replies)

... equently alters good and bad gut and intestinal bacteria that aid in nutrient absorption. So, one would reason that if it causes malabsorbtion of calcium, it can do the same for other minerals and vitamins like iron. ... (1 replies)
Iron injections
Sep 21, 2007
... With that being said, what I did when I was having the "endometrial ablation" which I LOVE, the doc said that you have to replace the amount of iron that you use up with a period, to at least break even. ... (9 replies)
... So if I don't have GERD or Hiatal hernia it isn't a problem to take them before lying down? I do have a stomach ache from the FS (I am taking 325 mg., 3 x a day). My doctor suggested I cut down to twice a day because I am complaining about my chest pain and shortness of breath (but that doesn't seem to make any sense to me so I don't think I am going to do it). How often... (5 replies)
Me too--I'm back
Nov 7, 2008
... I just began a new thread on my new results and the only known cause which lead to my ferretin bombing. ... (8 replies)
... anemia related issues FLFLOWERGIRL mentioned, my doctor's concern about me being low in iron over a long period of time was that it can affect the thryoid function. ... (8 replies)
... The thing is, you have to first find out why you have anemia and make that correction not just by beginning iron supplements. If it is from monthly periods you will need to control that too. You have to take in more iron than is lost, that is the happy balance. ... (3 replies)
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Need your advice!!
Sep 30, 2007
... Please be careful with iron IV. I know that this is the "answer" for many people. But like the other poster pointed out, it is a last resort. IV iron can cause allergic reactions and it has its own side effects depending on what they use. Some of them can make you feel really bad for a week after the treatment. ... (11 replies)
Abdominal pain
Mar 31, 2006
... You can have iron overload and anemia at the same time. Although I hope that you do not have appendicitis or iron overload. The overload means that the body is storing the iron rather than using it properly. ... (3 replies)
... I take chelated iron and I can't say enough good about it because I tried other types and they immediately trashed my GI system or they cause constipation. Chelated is a formulation. Several mineral supplements come in a chelated form. Supposedly, it is VERY well absorbed. ... (8 replies)
... if you do start on iron supplementing, don't worry about digestive problems, try and see how it works out. ... (1 replies)
... Some supplements to help anaemia do make you constipated, as i had the same affect and just being diagnosed with IBS i'm taking no supplements. ... (7 replies)
... If you absorb iron supplements properly, you can start to feel better in a few weeks. Hemoglobin, hematocrit, and RBCs "usually" respond well to iron therapy. ... (8 replies)
Anemia Question.
May 4, 2006
... in the body becomes too low. This can lead to health problems because RBCs contain hemoglobin, which carries oxygen to the body's tissues. Anemia can cause a variety of complications, including fatigue and stress on bodily organs. ... (3 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 24, 2007
... no matter what your iron situation. ... (49 replies)
... Ok, magnesium. If you start getting stomach problems with the magnesium oxide, try magnesium citrate. Its much more easily absorbable and tends to cause less GI problems than the oxide. Also, while most calcium supplements contain magnesium, its better to take them separately. ... (65 replies)

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