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... The usual protocol in anemic situations is to supplement with iron and the check the blood values after a month's time. ... (5 replies)
... Hey board thank you for reading this. ... (1 replies)
... ous, I'm sure if you have read around that you too have read this information. What you have read as far as an amount, doesn't make sense to me because the need for replacement is not a universal measurement, although, I'm sure that you did indeed read that. ... (3 replies)

... weeks of having an iron infusion, and my haemoglobin is also going down. with the iron being provided via IV the gut absorption is taken out of the questions because my serrum ferritin sky rockets. ... (2 replies)
... I had a very low red blood cell count for a long time. I was on iron always, finally I was on 3 iron pills a day. My doctor said, your iron is fine but your Hemoglobin is not going up its slowly going down. After lots of tests with a specialist, I have Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia. ... (1 replies)
... my iron levels were at 30. ... (9 replies)
... I am going to a GI specialist next Monday and don't really know what to ask about. Next wednesday I am going back to my OB for a sonogram to look for fibroids. ... (1 replies)
Decade of Anemia
Dec 22, 2011
... I am a 25 year old female who has been anemic for ten years. I am at a loss for what is the cause of my persistent anemia and hoping posting here may bring some new avenues to explore. ... (3 replies)
... First of all in my opinion, and this is only my take on things. I think that the Slow Fe is way too low of a dose of iron to be taking, IF your iron and stores are low as you stated and with a 10. ... (5 replies)
... They can do an endoscopy or colonoscopy to rule out bleeding in the GI tract.If you are perimenopausal it could be from heavy or frequent periods. ... (4 replies)
... After that cbc I was referred to a gi specialist and a blood specialist. ... (2 replies)
... You are definitely iron deficient at a 16 ferritin. And..... are barely making the charts for a normal range. ... (7 replies)
... If you get lucky, perhaps ChristineVA will be lurking, but she has not been on here for a while, just to let you know. ... (6 replies)
... n and of itself. It is telling you that something in your body is not working correctly. You have to find a cause. I was taught that it is not proper to begin iron supplements without first finding a cause for this. That is the first step, next would be to DX and eventually treat according to findings. ... (11 replies)
... You are borderline anemic. Your numbers are just barely out of range. Your MCV is on the low side but unlike the person above me, I've definitely seen lower. ... (6 replies)
... With your ferritin that low, you are iron deficient, most likely the cause of the anemia. The question would be why? ... (3 replies)
... Seems no one knows. I am now 54 years old and have been through menopause. So when my low iron showed up on a blood test in March of this year, the Drs. immediately wanted me to see a GI specialist. ... (12 replies)
... First thing you have to know is that each lab in each region has their own "normal range" for each test based on how they are run. So self determining what is on the lower end and what is normal can be difficult. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, do take the iron. I actually felt better when I took the iron on an empty stomach verses with food. I think this is due to the fact that it takes so long for food to digest and the iron sits there longer causing upset. Drink lots of water when you take the supplement and this also gives you a much better chance. ... (48 replies)
... Snowy,20 points is a big drop. Did your son have any GI testing to rule out bleeding ulcers,etc. ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, autoimmune chronic active hepatitis, crohns, ferritin, gastro intestinal, haemoglobin, ibd, iron deficiency anemia, pbc

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