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... Due to being premature and therefore more likely to have low iron, we had his iron levels checked through a blood draw. His hemaglobin came back at 8.5, but his ferritin levels were normal. ... (7 replies)
... that I thought were unrelated, but now I'm not so sure.. he had intestinal surgery the day he was born. I'm starting to find that possibly surgery can lower the hemoglobin value? ... (7 replies)
... een having symptoms of anemia, like requent headaches, fatigue, shortness of breath and increased heart rate when I go up the steps, etc. I had a CBC that showed ferritin of 3 but hemoglobin 11. ... (7 replies)

... normal, and from what i know all other counts were within range BUT hemoglobin was low. They have prescribed iron supplements for her. ... (1 replies)
... and a normal hematocrit? ... (0 replies)
... My hematologist ordered the following bloodwork: FE(Iron) 155 high, (range 35-150) one month later 101 UIBC 48 low, (range 126-382) Calculated TIBC 202 low, (range 250-450) Transferrin Sat 77 high (range 15-60) B12 1200 high (range 208-964) Has been at this number for 5 years Several docs were asked about this one and are not concerned. Ferritin 28 (range 5-204)... (21 replies)
... Can anyone tell me why I would have low Hemoglobin, but normal stores and ferritin levels? ... (2 replies)
... You could always try the iron supplements for a short course and then have the hemoglobin checked again to see if it is working, say in 4 to 6 weeks. If it's not working you can go from there. ... (7 replies)
... hat should maintain them through their first 6 months. Once babies start to eat solids, they often will take a iron supplementation. Solid baby foods are often low in iron. ... (7 replies)
... Maybe you need to find a new pediatrician. Maybe this doctor's philosophies are not really in line with your own. You will be seeing your pediatrician for many years and you need someone that you can work with. I would post some of the links for articles on nadir etc, but I don't think it is allowed. Against the posting rules. Try searching "nadir in newborns",... (7 replies)
... If it is a normal occurance, then why does he need the supplemental iron? ... (7 replies)
... There is nothing to worry about. This is a normal physiologic process that occurs in all newborns but in premature infants, the drop in Hgb occurs a little earlier and is greater. ... (7 replies)
... I have not received this guidance. Quite the opposite actually and that is from my primary and my OB. I have normal hemoglobin and normal hematocrit after 8 months on iron and my Dr. says as long as my ferritin is low the anemia diagnosis sticks. ... (8 replies)
Low ferritin
Jun 8, 2013
... That is absolutely not true. I have had a normal hemoglobin for months and am still taking iron...it is possible to have normal hemoglobin and hematocrit in your blood and still have organs, tissues, and cells suffering because they aren't getting the iron they need. ... (22 replies)
... I went on 10 weeks of iron infusions to bring my hemoglobin up to 13 and my ferritin up to 64. Three months later my hemoglobin was still normal, but the ferritin had dropped back to 6, and just last month it was down to 4. ... (8 replies)
... Now that absorption is much better my iron is creeping up, UIBC and TIBC both going down. Ferritin was up 4 years ago, and has been creeping down. Perhaps lower Ferritin is associated with hashi as suggested. ... (21 replies)
... Before you become anemic, your iron stores start to deplete. An example would be that, starting out, you had a hemoglobin of 14 and a ferritin of 70. ... (15 replies)
... vels have dropped quickly after surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. Also 30 is NOT normal for vitamin D for us. Optimal levels are 80. You can try the prescription, but it's D2 and oil based. We malabsorb oil, therefore we malabsorb D2. ... (4 replies)
... I have managed to get my hemoglobin into the normal range, low 12's, but my ferritin is still low, around 5. So if my hemoglobin is going up, why wouldn't my ferritin go up? ... (15 replies)
... While your ferritin is considered normal it's still in the low range this number can go all the way up to 200, do you think your crazy? ... (2 replies)


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