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... plus im scared of having an accident if im out the house. ... (5 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)
... yrs had a low ferritin level.. ... (5 replies)

Mild Anemia?
Feb 12, 2007
... Your levels look a lot like mine did when I was diagnosed. ... (8 replies)
I could cry!
Nov 8, 2007
... that it would take a while for the new iron stores to basically 'get to work', he said it could take upto 3months before the benefits of the infusions were felt, so just because your ferritin is up, it can take a while before you start to feel better. ... (4 replies)
... in March. I'm on Lupron Depot so haven't had a real menstrual cycle since September, but my iron levels continue to drop. My hematocrit has only been as low as 30, an in March had come back up to 38...but my ferritin keeps dropping. ... (63 replies)
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... I have had trouble with anemia for several years. I can't take iron pills because of GI issues. My doctor seems very concerned because my ferritin level is 7. From what I read here, 7 doesn't seem low compared to those with 3 or 4 levels. ... (7 replies)
... The serum ferritin levels influence the blood at the bone marrow level. This is storage iron. My Ferritin level stays very low at 3 and yet my hemoglobin and hematocrit stay in normal range. I would have difficulty if I were to get a sudden bleed anywhere. ... (2 replies)
Flowergirl
Oct 4, 2008
... t actually helped me to get through it because I was getting a little conditioned by it all. Think positive and know that it may be the solution to a great deal of your issues. ... (2 replies)
... ng term iron defficiency possibly leading to thyroid disorders in some people, my trichologist told me about this. Each time i have a blood test to see where my levels are up to he also gets a blood test for my thyroid. ... (21 replies)
... I was just wondering. The liver powder says only 0.6mg of iron per Tablespoon. I notice most supplements say 28mg iron per tablet. ... (5 replies)
... That is very interesting about the interaction of thevarious minerals that your doc talked about . ... (44 replies)
Long term Anemia
Sep 4, 2007
... No, I have no problem swallowing. I had a blood test three years ago that said I was borderline anemic. I couldn't take supplements or eat food with iron because of severe symptoms and chest pains. ... (10 replies)
Long term Anemia
Aug 11, 2007
... I have had a low ferritin level for nearly a year now and am stuggling to get my levels up. ... (10 replies)
... to increase my levels quickly I have been taking something called spatone its a naturel water that contains naturel iron, one sachet is equiverlent to eating 8lb of broc if you take it with pure orange juice it will help absorbtion . ... (6 replies)
... Are you sure that your dizziness, blurred vision and brain fog isn't from something else entirely and not your iron, I was thinking maybe low blood sugar or something. Like if you don't eat or if you don't eat enough, sometimes it could be hypoglycemia. ... (3 replies)
... How long did each of your infusions take? ... (3 replies)
... amin or Dibencozide. The kind that they have in the regular pharmacies are usually Cobalamin, which some people can't convert to usuable B12. The other two types of sublingual B12 are processed easier for most people. You can get them in vitamin shops and online. ... (12 replies)
... i was taking oral iron 3 times a day and after a month my levels Hgb were 7. ... (5 replies)




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