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... God is still in the miracle working business. Find a church that believes in God's healing miracles and ask for prayer! ... (28 replies)
... like in your GI track. Sometimes it's heavy periods, sometimes things like too much NSAIDS can cause tiny bleeds in your stomach, and that blood loss can cause trouble. ... (2 replies)
... LavenderRose, I have double gene for HH and was first diagnosed with the disease itself about 6 years ago when my ferritin level was above 2500. ... (2 replies)

... for lupus and is not used generally for other types of arthritis except mixed connective tissue disease. They just don't like to take a stand and leave patients in limbo for years sometimes. ... (19 replies)
... I ask my hema to test my ferritin, as all of a sudden, when I was running, I couldn't run at my normal pace, and in the last two weeks, it's only gotten worse. ... (5 replies)
... deficiency anemia with a ferritin of 9. We did iron infusions and the iron level shot up. ... (0 replies)
... It is important to determine what kind of anemia you have. It could be from something other than iron deficiency. Did your Dr measure your iron, ferritin, Vit B12 and folate levels? ... (6 replies)
... from a different thing, hemolytic anemia, but I can tell you that my hema says patients have symptoms with anything 600 and below. She likes to see numbers in the 800's or above. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, thank you for the interesting reply. The dr quickly went through the blood test results on a computer screen and it was difficult to see the results. I am trying to see the dr again but she is away for the next couple of weeks. The numbness/muscle spasms which come and go are scaring me.:( Everyday is painful. Hope you are doing ok now. Clare x (15 replies)
... I have hemolytic anemia which causes my B12 to go low. When I was dxed, I was having muscle spasms so bad that I thought I had a bad disease. ... (15 replies)
... Elphers, I have had a higher than usual platelet count for the last few months. Now, that is partly because I had my spleen removed years ago, but my hema thinks that it's even higher than usual (700K) because my immune system is kinda running amok. I have both Immune thrombocytopenia and hemolytic anemia - and I'm told it's like a see saw. When my immune system is attacking... (16 replies)
... wow.. mine was reading at 80... my symptoms were only ulcers in the mouth and fatigue. my level is now at around 300 i think and i am feeling much better... though still tired with iron level of 8. ... (15 replies)
... There are many causes of anemia. I have hemolytic anemia, and when I am in a relapse, I often have protein in my urine. I get jaundiced, and my urine turns a tea color, and I have major heart palps. The hemolytic anemia causes my B12 and folic acid levels to go low. ... (3 replies)
CBC: help please
Apr 8, 2005
... body. If you have lymphoma, it would not effect your blood counts unless you were bleeding from the effects of tumor bleeding etc, If your potassium is still is in the reference range, it is not a problem. However, the potassium rises or falls in relation to other electrolytes such as sodium and calcium. ... (5 replies)
CBC: help please
Apr 8, 2005
... Hello, I am a 31 year old female who is trying to pinpoint the cause of some symptoms I've been having. I have a lymph node in the neck and one in the upper chest area, that will be biopsied soon to rule out lymphoma. ... (5 replies)
Mvc
Apr 2, 2012
... Have you been checked for hemolytic anemia? ... (2 replies)
... Many things have to be in balance when you get a B12 deficiency. First of all, did they test your ferritin? ... (3 replies)
Anemic, but WHY?
Oct 31, 2014
... blood loss, sometimes obvious sometimes not, diet lacking in iron, or iron isn't absorbed in GI tract, like in celiac disease. Anemia of your level is moderately severe, and the cause needs to be sought. Iron transfusions just treat it without treating the cause. ... (5 replies)
Questions for <74
Sep 10, 2006
... the ability of cells to bind with iron. I believe this increases with low ferritin so that makes sense. ... (5 replies)
... My joint pain does respond to Pred, usually, although right now, the burning pain in my hip is not going away, despite 40mg of PRed. I'm starting to worry. ... (6 replies)


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