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... Hi. I was looking for some information about people's personal stories about Iron deficiency anemia on medical forums, but surprisingly that's hard to come by, even on the internet. ... (12 replies)
... he ran tests for iron deficiency amungst other things. ... (1 replies)
... us. When ferritin is being refilled, it may suddenly start going down again. That may be because the previously starving body "rejoices" again for the available iron store and starts using it up again. ... (7 replies)

... She told me that my iron levels didn't get this way over night and a lot of people just start ona high dose thinking it will help them more but that's when it hurts their stomachs. ... (5 replies)
... dose B12 supplements. Vitamin B12 deficiency can be hard to diagnose though since some people with blood levels in the normal range can still be deficient. ... (4 replies)
... D You can try a healthfood store maybe. ... (78 replies)
... I have a 9 yr old boy who as a baby had a severe anemia.... doctor told me it was to low iron levels.... ok he was treated got better but his iron store never got so good.... a year ago he got very constipated.... mineral oil would not work... ... (24 replies)
Ice and Anemia
Sep 26, 2006
... You should get your ferritin checked. Just getting your Hgb level is not enough. Ferritin levels will indicate if you are depleting our iron store which untreat could lead to anemia. ... (4 replies)
... Go to the drug store, and buy two things 1. Some 65mg iron tablets - take one each morning with some orange juice 2. A multivitamin/mineral tablet such as Centrum or the store brand - take one each evening with dinner (1 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)
... that helps store iron in the body. ... (3 replies)
... shots. I really didn't get much relief from the iron pills but I learned to live with feeling terrible. ... (2 replies)
... simply says "Iron 50mgs", description is full range amino acid chelate. Guy at the health food store said this would absorb much better and they refused to carry ferris sulfate as it was an inferior product. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, you can in fact be iron deficienct and not be anemic. Iron deficiency is at many different levels, the end stage is anemia. So, when you have only a low ferritin you are considered iron deficient. Then the symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... You are basically getting the iron you need to function. But you are not getting enough to store any yet. ... (4 replies)
Ferritin questions
Aug 29, 2010
... I know it has been awhile since this was posted but very helpful. My ferritin level is less than one (My md said it was undetectable) but my cbc was normal. I feel terrible. I see an endocrinologist tomorrow and a hemotologist Friday. My tsh was normal but didn't do any free testing. A random blood sample cortisol level was low. Hoping I find out some answers soon. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin questions
Nov 12, 2009
... Ferritin is an iron storage protein that the body synthesizes, FREE iron can be toxic to our organs. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry I missed your post but I haven't been here. I agree with you, that you need a HIGH dose iron supplement. At least you do know that you do in fact absorb iron which is a great plus. That is the first hurdle I think, then you have to take the right amount of iron which can be hard. ... (9 replies)
Update New Labs
Dec 5, 2008
... at, but I will take it anyway. I wonder if I can keep climbing and maintain a higher level. My GI doc told me that I am married to iron, my Hema doc said, take iron until menopause so there is no blood loss. ... (27 replies)
... hat 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)


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