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... deficiency anemia. I think I've been anemic for at least a year. ... (16 replies)
... You are going to have to fix that problem. I didn't want surgery, but I did have an endometrial ablation last year to stop my heavy bleeding and they found 7 polyps that we didn't know about so those were removed at that time. ... (5 replies)
... Emmy, hope you have a good report at your dr.'s visit. Yes, the levels I have are recent, had the lab work done about a week and a half ago. Your levels of ferritin 2 and hemoglobin just over 7 are close to what mine were when I had the blood transfusion 2 yr. ... (9 replies)

Hello, new here
Nov 12, 2008
... MCV basically mean that you have smaller RBC's in size and shape, less oxygen. ... (28 replies)
... I had a ferritin of 2 and a 8.5 Hgb and I was considered Moderately anemic NOT severe. Severe is when you need a blood transfusion. ... (9 replies)
... other types of bleeding or even autoimmune disease can contribute to the cause. When my Endo. called me to tell me that I had a ferritin of 2 and 8.5 HGB he said, you MUST find out why, it is probably just your periods. They say that this takes years to happen so it goes on for a long time. ... (4 replies)
... There are some types of anemia that iron won't help like autoimmune hemolytic anemia. If it's something like that, no amount of iron is going to make you feel any better. Plus, I'm no doctor but your symptoms look an awful lot like lupus. (4 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this message board. I just discovered this condition, pernicious anemia, and my symptoms seem to match what I'm reading. I understand nobody can diagnose, but wanted to see if your experiences are consistent with mine. ... (4 replies)
... I have been trying to find out all I can about anemia and low iron. And I found this place! ... (3 replies)
... you really don't have any stores to pull from. In addition to this, Slow Fe is one of the lowest dose irons they make besides a multivitamin and your body requires a much higher dose. ... (17 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are not feeling well. I am not a Dr. and have not had experience with infusion but I am anemic. Whenever you have any symptoms as you described you need to notify your Doc. ... (63 replies)
... Were you anemic in childhood prior to starting your periods? ... (11 replies)
... You mentioned you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, i.e. ... (3 replies)
... When I was diagnosed with IDA my ferritin was a 5 also and I think my Hemoglobin was 10.8, so very similar levels to you. ... (20 replies)
... For me I had an endometrial ablation to stop the heavy periods. That is when my iron begin to hold and stabilize. I also too a script iron, Poly Iron 150 mg's and I took 2 daily when possible. I ended up in the ER from the Ferris Sulfate it did a real number on me. ... (20 replies)
... You're right, I'm not actually anemic now. ... (6 replies)
Iron Injections
Oct 6, 2008
... I was like you and was not able to tolerate iron such as Ferris Sulfate. ... (3 replies)
... points. I also had the Transvag US and it didn't show polyps which I had 7 and they were removed at the time of my endometrial ablation. The GYN said this was probably the cause as did my PCP, Hematologist and GI. ... (2 replies)
Ferrous sulphate
Jan 30, 2008
... X daily that they took me off iron completely. I still had heavy periods so my iron began to fall. Then I was put on iron 1 daily then with food and without and finally I was down to a 10.8 and holding. By this time I was getting scared of the drop and the advice of the Hematologist. ... (10 replies)
... No that would not be the usual protocol. A bone marrow biopsy is the LAST stop in diagnosing an anemia. This is the resort for if you have anemia and they don't know why. It seems pretty clear to you that it is your periods causing this. ... (2 replies)


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