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... I'll try to make this short. My PCP left so I have a new doctor now. Internal medicine. My old doctor had me on iron and tested cbc, iron and ferritin every 3 months. ... (3 replies)
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... I am not a post op person, but just a low ferritin person. I wondered if it was only your ferritin that was 12, or if you had any other problems that promted your dr to take action. ... (10 replies)

... I am not sure whether taking extra B12 can increase ferritin or not. I read somewhere that it might, but it wasn't a credible source. ... (3 replies)
Low ferritin
Feb 25, 2012
... Thyroid was normal. B12 deficiency and coelic disease were ruled out. ... (4 replies)
... New to this forum so a brief intro...I'm 38 yr old female who is 3 yr post laproscopic RNY gastric bypass. NEVER had a problem with iron deficiency in my life so was not given iron supplementation after RNY surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I was anemic and as my lab reflected it was a long, long process getting to that point, my RBC's were consistently normal values. However, my Hgb was 8.5 and my ferritin a 2, so I would say it is normal. That has been my personal experience. ... (12 replies)
Ferritin Question
Nov 27, 2009
... up question. At the time of my anemia, my ferritin level was a 5. After taking PolyIron 150mg, three times a day for several months, I reduced the dose to once a day until May 2009. ... (0 replies)
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... So, just when I thought I was getting this whole ferritin story, I have stumped by my lastest labs. ... (3 replies)
... If you donate blood on a regular basis, this can use up your ferritin stores. ... (10 replies)
... There is some information out there that indicates that very low ferritin (without anemia present) can cause symptoms. But is is variable and not yet widely accept by the medical community in the U.S. Of the material that I have read, it seems that countries like the U.K., Australia, etc. are more open to the suggestions that iron deficiency without anemia (low ferritin)... (28 replies)
... such as is seen in iron deficiency anemia or thalassemias. The normal range for MCV is 80 to 100. You should get checked for both B12 deficiency and folate deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... I am a little confused. While I didn't get his full opinion about that specific ferritin level, my friend, who is a doctor, says she thinks I need to see a hematologist and get iron infusions. ... (14 replies)
... If your hematologist thinks a ferritin level that low is acceptable find another hematologist, because this one is an idiot. Seriously. ... (7 replies)
... Has your ferritin decreased since your last blood work? ... (15 replies)
... ten and that this may inhibit the body from absorbing nutrients. I thought that I could try eliminating gluten for a period of time and check whether my B12 and Ferritin levels are higher then. ... (3 replies)
... He said I had iron deficiency anemia and prescribed oral iron, but said if it didn't work, we would consider an iron infusion. ... (11 replies)
... When I was diagnosed with IDA my ferritin was a 5 also and I think my Hemoglobin was 10.8, so very similar levels to you. ... (20 replies)


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