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Mma and ferritin
Nov 11, 2008
... with anemia being the end stage IDA. Low ferritin can often times be a precursor to IDA. Your iron stores are reduced at 26, but not yet exhausted. ... (5 replies)
... erritin, and because of your surgery, you may need to be on iron indefinitely. Vit C helps absorption of iron, so taking 500mg along with the iron can help. Iron deficiency causes small red cell size, reflected by low MCV. ... (14 replies)
... r which led to mouth sores. The doctors thought I had cancer and I got the complete once over for the colon cancer possibility. My hemoglobin dropped to 7 and my ferritin level disappeared. The other counts were very skewed as well. ... (7 replies)

... my Ferritin was slightly low at 14. ... (3 replies)
... it is also predicative of a deficiency anemia where the MCV and Hgb have not yet fallen below range. ... (11 replies)
... And just because your blood cells are normal size, does not mean that you don't have iron deficient anemia. Ask for a blood test for ferritin as well as B12. If you are on a PPI for acid reflux, you will have issues absorbing iron as well as vitamin B. ... (4 replies)
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Ferritin level
Mar 12, 2009
... You feel well because you have enough iron in circulation and you are not anemic at all with a 15 Hgb. Your ferritin is what is low and that can take up to a year to replete. This means you have no iron stores which is a reserve for whenever the body needs iron. ... (3 replies)
... is considered the final stage of iron deficiency anemia. It is the lowest point you can get to in iron deficiency. ... (6 replies)
... RDA. I don't know how long it takes to raise one's ferritin on average, since some people have contributory causes that prevent absorption etc. I think a month or 6 weeks would be a good time to recheck the levels in order to see if the supplementation is having an effect. ... (11 replies)
... We also think that ferritin does have symptoms although I cannopt prove it. Many people here agree. ... (16 replies)
Ferritin levels
Dec 29, 2004
... There's little difference between ferritin levels of 1, 3 or 5. Ferritin is simply an indicator of a potential problem and a low value in and of itself should not cause symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... n January and had a c section. Bled for 4 to 5 weeks and started to feel TERRIBLE right about the six week post partum. Went to an endocrinologist who found my ferritin was a 1. Diagnosed me as iron deficient and put me on iron three times a day for a few weeks until I had my ferritin up to a 16. ... (11 replies)
... or autoimmune disorder such as lupus or arthritis can give a false "good" reading on ferritin. The disorder will cause the ferritin level to be high as it reacts to the disorder, when in fact, you are still anemic. ... (7 replies)
... I too have hypothyroid, have had low ferritin and also low vitamin d. And, when all those 3 things came on together , I felt awful. ... (19 replies)
... cy, which can cause calcium deficiency, resulting in osteoporosis. So getting Vit D levels checked is important, as is a bone density test if low. RLS definitely causes insomnia, and Vit D deficiency can contribute to the aching leg pain that often accompanies RLS. ... (14 replies)
... I apologize if I'm posting this in the wrong forum but am seeking advice on what could be causing my severe iron deficiency anemia. I am a 28 year old female and have had low iron for a couple of years along with GI stress. ... (6 replies)
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... I appreciate what you are saying, but when someone has B12 deficiency as a cause of anemia, you don't need a B12 level to be able to rule it out. B12 deficiency has to be severe and longstanding in order to cause the megaloblastic changes and neutrophilic hypersegmentation seen in the complete blood count. ... (24 replies)
... Wrong again Cd causes malabsorption making the use of B12 and iron impossible as it damages the small intestine the lower end one place were B12 is absorbed... ... (24 replies)


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