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Mma and ferritin
Nov 10, 2008
... If your B12 was in the lower normal range then you have a hidden B12 deficiency and need treatment with B12 injections..B12 tablets will not work like the intramuscular B12 will. ... (5 replies)
... Often Iron levels can be within the range, but Ferritin and Reticulocyte can give a better picture. ... (3 replies)
... At 2.86 TSH, that is not enough of an issue to cause iron deficiency. You are still well within the normal range; although, a 2.86 might not be ideal for you. You are certainly not hypothyroid. For many years, in my younger days, when I felt extremely healthy and no signs of iron deficiency, I had a TSH of around 2.5 to 3.0. My TSH is now kept around 0.4. It takes a... (4 replies)

... ally saw an Internist about 2 months ago and she ran several more blood tests, urine sample, Hida scan, you name it! The only things she could find were that my ferritin level was at 10 and my cortisol level was slightly elevated. ... (2 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 24, 2007
... There is a pattern to iron deficiency anemia that is well documented. ... (49 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)
... I've heard that ferritin is an "acute phase reactant" if I had some sort of cold or flu when the blood was drawn, would that artificially raise my ferritin? ... (3 replies)
... 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)
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... The "normal range" for ferritin is so vast and I am having a hard time finding anything that compares ferriritn levels and loss of ferritin. ... (2 replies)
... that I should not be on iron supplements because my hemoglobin, hematocrit, MCV, and RBCs were in the normal range. So I stopped for 3 weeks. Yesterday, I had a ferritin test done with a result of 87. This makes absolutely no sense considering I have not taken an iron supplement. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, it's low. Most people don't report feeling optimal till ferritin reaches the 50's. Everyone is different though. I have been battling this for 4 months my ferritin goes up and down up and down. I started at a 2! With your hemoglobin being a 10 and your ferritin a 6 you are more then likely having an iron deficiency. ... (4 replies)
... So glad to have found this forum. To be honest, I've been stalking it for quite a few months as I've been having trouble with low ferritin levels since the beginning of the year. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, I do have Hashimotos and they did test my tpo antibodies and they were off the charts at >1000. My calcium, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, b12(b12 was 794 and normal is >200) were all normal. I also take a b12 supplement and have been for the past 2 years, before all of my symptoms started. I have not had my zinc level tested. (19 replies)
... A very good endo told me that low vit. d, ferritin and b12 levels can be associated with hypothyroid and that these low levels may be due to poor intestinal absorption of nutrients. ... (19 replies)
... I HIGHLY recommend those dealing with low ferritin to read the book, "Stop the Thyroid Madness" by Janie Bowthorpe. ... (9 replies)
... Also, make sure to check your kids' ferritin if you're low. ... (9 replies)
... overload is likely, and can be treated. Perhaps this could be a beginning stage of iron overload. Your ferritin is low end normal. ... (21 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... so if that isnt directly causing it I dont know what is it is very common in CD lots of us have it .....as well as iron......There are many things that cause B12 def including inborn errors (24 replies)
... y, but it can be associated with certain other autoimmune conditions, such as pernicious anemia, which can obviously cause cobalamin deficiency. The nutritional deficiency most associated with CD is iron deficiency. As a result, any adult with occult iron deficiency should be first screened for colon cancer and secondly for CD. ... (24 replies)


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