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... smelling stuff..... this is really embarrassing for me to admit, but I feel it's important to note since this is the symptom that had me consider that I might be anemic in the first place. I haven't told anyone about this symptom because I'm worried about being judged. ... (1 replies)
... Doctor called and told me I am Anemic and gave me these results. ... (3 replies)
... bubbahalice--Welcome to the boards! Serum iron is the iron in the blood at the time of the blood test and is changed by what you eat and supplements that you may be taking. For example; if you ate a steak the night before it may show higher iron. Ferritin is the iron storage in the bone marrow and organs (to make it simple), this is more telling of the total amount of... (1 replies)

... I am so glad to find this information! I had a GBP back in the 80's and due to my husband's job we have been transferred several times. I have actually been in good health other than severe migraines the last 15 years. In the last 16 months I guess..I started getting this "unearthly" is impossible to explain. I am 50 and I am a house wife but have always... (14 replies)
... You probably should have a ferritin test done. This will see how much iron you have stored. If the value of the test is really low, this could explain your symptoms even though there is no more anemia. ... (1 replies)
... You might consider a zinc deficiency. Zinc causes fatigue, a spacey feeling, mental lethargy, senisitivity to bright lights, and some other things. One thing that struck me was that eating made you feel better. I have multi deficiencies because of a disorder. I had this my whole life but only learned about it recently. But the interesting thing is that whenever I felt sick or... (4 replies)
... There are cases where the body will over-produce red blood cells, but they are small, poorly formed, and do not accomplish much in the way of oxygenating blood. (3 replies)
... My son has just been diagnosed with being incapable of absorbing iron, but can someone explain how he is anemic but his RBC is high? ... (3 replies)
Why am i anemic?
Jun 21, 2004
... There are many reasons for anemia. If you have acid reflux disease, you may have other inflammatory illnesses that would lead to anemia. It sounds like from the test you have described that your doctors think so as well. If you have not done so, ask the doctors to test you for autoimmune response with the ANA test and a thyroid panel that tests the entire thyroid spectrum... (6 replies)
Why am i anemic?
Jun 21, 2004
... tch really. I have had a colonoscopy, brain mri and a spinal mri for other things I am still waiting on the results of the spinal mri but so far nothing seems to explain my anemia and the drs seem kind of stumped. I am unable to take iron suplements as they make my reflux really bad because I have an irritable stomach. ... (6 replies)
Not Anemic
Jan 12, 2001
... I am not anemic cause they tested my blood for the blood drive. I was still not able to donate cause my pulse was too high. I think I need other vitamins. ... (0 replies)
... Milk is rich in B12 and that would explain the high B12 for both of you and the high calcium for Vicks. Also, calcium inhibits absorption of iron so you never want to eat calcium with iron rich meals. ... (2 replies)
... st at 12.1 down to 9.1 in recent years. I didn't know enough years before to track that. The last hematologist told me that my blood cells were small, but didn't explain what that meant for me. ... (6 replies)
... helps the Hgb to stabilize at normal levels. At the same time your body would not be able to store much ferritin without the hgb being at a higher level verses anemic levels. ... (3 replies)
... Judy, you dont post any other numbers so we dont know if you are anemic or not, but you ARE iron deficient which in itself can cause symptoms. Typically you want ferritin to be above 50. ... (3 replies)
... or explain that you don't have insurance, someone might be able to help you with a billing adjustment or payments. It's worth a try. ... (5 replies)
Could I be Anemic?
Apr 20, 2008
... Anemia is one of things that you could have. There are other diseases that could cause these symptoms too, like hypothyroidism. So it is best not to try to guess or to self-treat. There are several forms of anemia--some due to lack of minerals and others which are more hereditary based. It is important to know which type you have. It won't do you any good (and could be... (1 replies)
... Does Beta Thalassemia run in your family? Maybe you are a carrier. I know that doctors say there are NO Symptoms, but, then again, many of them do not have it. People go for most of there lives with symptoms that dr.s can't explain, and find out in their mid-late 40s that they have BTM or 'the trait'. Many times the family members who pass it on do not know that they were even... (24 replies)
... My mom told me that when I was born, the doctor said I might (or I do) have anemia. About two years ago, the dermatologist was doing a non-related blood check on me and noticed that my red blood cell shape was off.. or the size was off? He just asked "do you have anemia?" I said I don't know and he told me that I should get checked up. I am almost always tired so now I am... (3 replies)
... must be depression. Well, it doens't explain how I start trembling in exhaustion in the middle of a swim, no warning, no rhyme or reason. ... (10 replies)

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