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... On a whim, I experimented with iron supplements. ... (3 replies)
... borderline, just going into 3 from 2, meaning fully depleted iron stores and many of my red blood cells were anemic. ... (9 replies)
... You want your Hgb to get to 14 to be optimal. And of course to fill your iron stores, but you want to do that without iron overloading. ... (6 replies)

... I had a bad reaction to iron supplements too, like you describe with feeling like I couldn't breathe once I took them. ... (3 replies)
... I also don't think that you wouldn't react that quickly to iron in your system, perhaps this is possible. ... (3 replies)
... x a day at 325 mgs. I tried it for a couple days and I thought I was going to die...so basically I have not been taking any iron because all of my doctors have told me in the past I am "borderline normal" so I didn't think there was a problem althogh I was having most of the symptoms. ... (15 replies)
... Anyway, as to what to keep iron away from, it interferes with thyroxine because I noticed I was badly hypothyroid again when I took them too close together. ... (13 replies)
... You have to look at the elemental iron on each bottle and compare that. Double check that your mgs are correct for your FS too. What is your Hgb level? ... (3 replies)
New. IV Iron?
Apr 24, 2014
... Last year I was anaemic with a low HB and everything else. I wasn't put on iron tablets for at least six months after I've got told I was anaemic. I was on 325mg dose of something three times a day. They gave me tummy side effects, so the doctor reduced the dosage to once a day. ... (1 replies)
... The liquid iron may be sodium feredetate oral solution, which is what i have been taking for the last 3 months, its the only form of oral iron i can tolerate. ... (9 replies)
... I can understand you wanting to start slowly and that is maybe advisable as some people don't handle instant high doses of iron supplements right away. ... (8 replies)
... I've recently been diagnosed severly anemic. My pcp put my on iron supplements but after to months of no improvements reffered me to a hemotologist. he upped my dosage to three 329 mg pills a day and after no improvement, I now have to start iron infusions. I have no idea what to expect. Any info would be much appreciated. ... (9 replies)
... working papers, i had to get a physical. so blahblahblah, the results of my blood sample came back, and they said i was boarderline anemic. since then, i've been on iron pills. i have to take them with food, otherwise i get this nasty feeling all up and down my throat.. so most days i skip taking them. ... (0 replies)
... Apparently you are supposed to take a much higher dose of iron per day as the traditional iron supplements you buy over the counter have too low a dosage for people who have a very low ferretin level. ... (7 replies)
... If the polyps are bleeding then that could account for your blood loss. I've read of people who have had bleeding polyps dealt with and their iron levels raised nicely. ... (23 replies)
... like an elephant was sitting on me'. I was so tired. I then remembered that I had to take into account my B12 levels and my iron when I went vegan but I was surprised that I was already seeing symptoms so quickly after changing my diet. It was bizarre! ... (6 replies)
... The end result of decreased dietary iron, decreased iron absorption, or blood loss is iron deficiency anemia. ... (1 replies)
... When your iron levels drop to such a low figure it can be quite common for it to take ages for it to climb. ... (8 replies)
... I'm in Montreal too. I pay a private lab for my Iron panel. My problem is that I'm totally hypothyroid. If your iron is too low or too high your thyroid doesn't work. To get my ferritin down I'll have to donate blood probably a few times to get it into range. ... (7 replies)
... Firstly, your iron levels on your blood test are simply and indication of how much iron was there at the time of the blood test. Your iron goes up and down all day long, depending on the foods you eat, drink, your menstrual cycle etc. ... (7 replies)


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