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... blood tests show what is going on in your blood at one point in time and any low numbers shouldn't be taken lightly as they could be dipping lower when blood isn't being drawn. ... (7 replies)
... I did feel worst before starting the Iron. I felt like I was sleeping my life away. The slower release Iron tablets that I have seen have more daily allowance than the one I am taking. I am taking 18mg, which is just 100% daily coverage. My doctor wanted me to take just that much or just Women's one a day with Iron. I have been taking it for a little more than a month now. My... (50 replies)
... You know snow having low ferritin can cause the same side effects? ... (50 replies)

... Thanks so much for your reply Heather. You've given me a lot more information than the doctor gave me. ... (50 replies)
... The best way to tell if your anemic or not is with blood tests. Your saturation is low but what is your iron serum and ferritin level? ... (3 replies)
... There is a cause. I started with a ferritin of a 2 last year. ... (50 replies)
... I have had hair thinning due to too much shedding for a number of years and never realised it had anything to do with iron. ... (21 replies)
... Low ferritin takes a very long time to bounce back from. Months...years. Depends on how well your body is absorbing and if the cause has been found. Usually iron deficiencies are just a symptom of a larger problem. ... (50 replies)
... My iodine was extremely low too so they supplemented me for that. ... (23 replies)
... The reason my doctor is doing everything for me is that he works in a University and he deals with small groups of "problem patients". ... (80 replies)
... i really can't suggest much apart from trialing various forms of iron supplements on the market. Sometimes it takes time for your body to adjust to the iron supplement and it's also sometimes worth starting off on a lower dose and working your way to a higher dose so that your body adjusts. ... (11 replies)
... u should make a change. Now, if you are just beginning then it should be introduced slowly, and quartered pills if necessary, taken with food then without until your system can get used to it. FS is very harsh indeed. ... (1 replies)
... I've had low ferritin for a while now, about a year and a half. I'm tired and exhausted all the time. I don't have much energy. My hair has been thin for a while. ... (1 replies)
... which is why they tested my ferritin, but I managed to get them up into the "normal low" range. I also managed to get my ferritin to 13, but then it went back down. ... (15 replies)
... The good news is... you are not alone! I can completely sympathize as I share most of your symptoms, and I can tell you that there is hope! This post may be long, but I will do my best to help you based on my personal experience. ... (2 replies)
... I once read a post mentioning that the associated hair loss won't resolve until ferritin climbs higher....maybe in the 30 range if I recall the comments correctly. ... (6 replies)
... specialist is a Trichologist and they specialise in scalp and hair conditions. I read an article in a newspaper how if you are shedding hair then you can visit your gp or a dermatologist or a trichologist. ... (9 replies)
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... Do you get any side effects with the slow release Iron ? ... (50 replies)
... it doesn't seem to making any difference. As soon as I stop taking fersamal my ferritin drops from 88 down to 29 and I feel exhausted. ... (15 replies)




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