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... Hello :wave: herekittykitty--I love your name, it makes me want to start calling cats:D LOL! From your labs they do point to iron deficiency anemia, why, is what you want to find out. You are considered moderately anemic almost, mild. Your MCV is not ~just low~ but severely low at 68. And....your are very iron deficient at a 2 ferritin which is considered no iron (under... (24 replies)
... test on my B12 levels before I started on the B12 and folate, but she says just start on it and we will test my levels after a month and see if my hemoglobin and ferritin levels come up. ... (24 replies)
... I have recently had a full blood count done during health screening for a new job. Some of my results were haemoglobin 10.3 MCV 72 fl neutrophil 1.9 Ferritin 2. ... (6 replies)

... recently a Folate Receptor mutation that affects the ability to absorb Folic Acid. During that same round of blood work, it was discovered I'm anemic again with Ferritin levels of 2. ... (0 replies)
... you could find that your numbers start to drop rather quick with your ferritin so low. ... (6 replies)
... ow he is really really concerned about my ferritin. He wants to start me on Iron Infusions right away. He says I might only need to have two of them. He wants my Ferritin to be at least 100 as he said that is about where I will start feeling better. ... (10 replies)
... through out the rest of my abdomen. Anyway getting back to the iron deficiency, like I said it's been low for a few years but current labs show total iron is 15, ferritin 2.4, Iron binding capacity total 413, percent iron saturation 5, iron binding capacity unbound 395. ... (6 replies)
... s rapid heart rate loss of memory stomach issues concentration problems couldnt talk properly the list goes on and on..........My iron was on the low side as my ferritin but not severe vitamin D very low as was my folate........ ... (24 replies)
... BTW you are considered anemic based on your low hematocrit and hemoglobin. That means you need to get supplements now. Your ferritin is the total iron storage your body has available so when that gets low in conjunction with the low hct and hg, you need to get those numbers up now. ... (24 replies)
... reason they give you folate with iron is because it helps you to absorb the iron. I do have Hashimoto's and your blood labs are very indicative of Hashimoto's. Ferritin of 2 is terrible and if you aren't having horrible symptoms, I would be surprised. I was at 18 and have never been more miserable in my life. ... (24 replies)
Low Ferritin
May 7, 2007
... Often feel tired and stressed and have heard from my doctor for years he doesn't know how I function on a day to day basis, nevermind work 2 full time jobs, be a mom and have 2 active dogs. However, I push through it and sleep when I can. ... (49 replies)
... Blood loss during my periods are quite heavy but only for 2 days then gone by day 4 so i dont think this is the problem. my diet is fine i eat meat every day fruit and vegetables so prob not due to this. ... (6 replies)
Low ferritin
Jun 9, 2013
... My hb is 10 ferritin 2 . ... (22 replies)
... I had low ferritin (18) caused me severe symptoms, but my B12 was perfectly fine and I do not believe in most cases of anemia that there is a co-existing B12 deficiency. The two often occur without the other so having them together is probably more often circumstantial than one being caused or aggravated by the other. However, I still took the vitamin prescribed by the doc... (24 replies)
... Hi HKK, First of all welcome to the boards. Your question is a very interesting one, but I want to address one thing before I begin. In today's world with information being available at anyone's fingertips who has the internet, a lot of medical information goes around to people and unfortunately in many ways it's out of context. As a result, tension arises between doctor... (24 replies)
... Robinegg, Every thing you've shared with us here, and on other posts suggests you have been infected by Borrelia burgdorferi and/or its coinfections. The International and US specialists that diagnose this condition often rely on a clinical description, in other words they diagnose based on symptoms, because the borrelia burgdorferi is a very very complex "critter" and... (24 replies)
... It's funny you should mention that, I also had glandular fever when I was 15 or so, and there are some schools of thought out there that is still an as yet unidentified immune system problem that ties things together and I have frequently seen references to anemia, hypothyroidism and even sleep problems with reference to EB. I think perhaps there could be something there but... (6 replies)
... t in 2 days I went to ER. ... (6 replies)
... years ago celiac was diagnosed along with osteoporosis, 3 years ago hasimoto's diagnosed, 2 years ago addison's diagnosed, 1 year ago ITP diagnosed. ... (21 replies)
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