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... i'm in the same boat as you. Suffered with extremely low iron and took 2 years to raise it and that was when i found out that i had Hashi's. ... (80 replies)
... I know all about what low B12 does to the body...and the mind...haha...it's not a pretty picture.Be carful with drinking soda....soda will stop your body from absorbing iron.... ... (12 replies)
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Nov 14, 2008
... Your MCV will also show you how long anemia has been present because the value continues to decline in IDA. Mine was 65 low which is severely small RBC's, check your MCV. ... (28 replies)

... after climbing a flight of stairs in a parking garage. I called 911 because my heart has NEVER gone that fast before. Anemia basically causes your heart especially to work extra hard because there isn't enough oxygen in your cells to fuel your organs. ... (22 replies)
... I see my GP tomorrow but she doesn't believe low iron causes anything more than a little tired. She says I should have normal activity and refers me to psychiatrist who prescribed drugs that make me even more tired. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, your level of anemia and iron deficiency can cause tachycardia and severe fatigue. It normally does not cause high BP though. ... (14 replies)
... I was told to take Slow Fe supplements but they did not help. My diet is good and not iron deficient. I was sent to a hematologist who gave me an IV iron treatment. About a year later my iron was depleted again, and I was given another IV iron treatment. ... (6 replies)
... You know I have never been told to fast with the iron panel either. My Hematologist never ran this test for me only the PCP several times. ... (3 replies)
... related. My Hct, MCV, MCH, and my MCHC are all low, and my RDW CV is high. My doctor is also waiting for the results of transferrin and at least one or two other iron studies and wants me to come in after that for some more tests including thyroid function. ... (0 replies)
... old female and have been dealing with iron deficiency anemia since before I can remember. I do not tolerate iron supplements well at all. I have even had neurologic issues from taking iron supplements. Such as episodes of temporary paralysis. ... (0 replies)
... cause. It was terrible, almost unbearable. I can also say this was in no way related to my normal GERD and Hernia. It was something totally unrelated. Maybe low iron and anemia, who knows. It did go away after the anemia was resolved. ... (5 replies)
... I say that it causes depression and anxiety as well. I have always been healthy, exercise everyday, eat pretty good. ... (9 replies)
... I have always been extremely healthy, a sport for every season plus loads of running and cycling, an excellent diet and don't drink nor smoke. ... (4 replies)
... It sounds like a normal case of anemia that has been untreated but im not anemic. The levels of iron in my blood and my red blood cells have been persistantly normal. ... (2 replies)
... this kind of anemia is what happens when you are almost totally out of iron. anyway iron is important I believe to control blood flow that maybe why it causes more bleeding when the body should be conserveing it instead. ... (9 replies)
... should have started some type of iron. You should not have waited to drop further. An optimal Hgb for a female is 14.0. So, you can see you were already at the low end of the range. ... (8 replies)
... there are some environmental factors that might influence your test results to make them appear better than they really are. But the Ferritin level is too low to be of any help to you and the other things are borderline low so that if you were to get a really bad bleed you would easily go into shock. ... (3 replies)
... don't understand why a double dose of iron doesn't bring up the ferritin level? ... (28 replies)


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