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... It could be from either. your blood takes time to rebuild even with an iv ussually like 3 weeks I was told so hang in there (1 replies)
... I am really glad to hear that you had a positive experience. It's good that your posting your experience because so many people are in need of IV iron, and we need to hear what works. This is a very individual experience. I wish you continued success with your next three. Keep us posted on your results! ... (3 replies)
... I can't tell you how long it takes because I, myself, have not experienced IV iron therapy. I do know that many people get different amounts which makes a difference if it is over a month or so of therapy verses all in one or two times. ... (1 replies)

... Hi Rachel, Sorry for the 1st message- I'm new & getting used to how the posting works here. Before my infusions- with Venofer & a dose of 100mg per treatment- my blood pressure was dropping. Every time it was taken it was alittle lower, and that began to worry me. Usually my BP is normal- 120/80 or thereabouts. I guess that was tied in to the dizziness & whooshing in my... (11 replies)
... I had 10 weekly treatments of Venofer 100mg. ... (11 replies)
... Hi FLFLOWERGIRL: My GI docs are trying to figure out what is causing my pancreatic insufficiency. I was started on pancreatic enzymes several months ago and they are still trying to fine tune the dosage. I will let you know when know more. Do you have any questions in particular? The bad news is that my hematologist wants me to have 4 more doses of Venofer. They were... (7 replies)
... kiwi, why does it take so long for your ivs? i was getting 200mg at a time and it only took 2hrs i would never be able to be out of my house that long i struggled with the 2hrs (8 replies)
... Kiwi (that's my kitty's name - swoon! I love her!) I take chelated iron and I can't say enough good about it because I tried other types and they immediately trashed my GI system or they cause constipation. Chelated is a formulation. Several mineral supplements come in a chelated form. Supposedly, it is VERY well absorbed. But from other things I have read, you can only... (8 replies)
... i had 3 ivs 200mg each so 600 total my ferritin went from 2 to 66 and hemoglobin from 8.5 to 10.8 ithink it is how your body absorbs i guess (8 replies)
... I think this is different depending on the doctor that is ordering the IV iron. I have read here that they are weekly for 5 weeks and also I think that I remember reading 8. I even think some people have them 2 times in the same week. ... (3 replies)
... It will take you several weeks to start feeling better and then it depends on how low you were to begin with and how much iron they gave you. If you still get your period, you may lose some iron. Usually a recheck for your ferritin is done 6-8 weeks after the infusion. I have had to have three infusion this last time because my ferritin droped to 8. This time they were using... (3 replies)
... These are 2 of the iron iv treatments.They differ by manufacturers and here's the major problem that we may not be informed of. ... (0 replies)
... I was bummed yesterday. I have been getting IV venofer for 6 weeks, my hgb got up to 10.1 and yesterday it went down to 9.8. Whats that all about? ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I have been receiving IV iron for years now, since 2005, actually. I too have had severe reactions to the IV iron. I started out with Infed for my first infusion and that the was the last time I was given that. ... (4 replies)
... What IV iron preparation did they give you? ... (5 replies)
... I too have been suffering from anemia for almost three years. That is when I was officially dx. My ferritin at that time was 2. I just went for another round of IV iron, this time Venofer. Which does not take as long and no pre medication. The only disadvange of Venofer is that you may have to go back more ofter for IV. ... (2 replies)
Re; iron infusions
Aug 13, 2005
... search IV iron, Infusion, some folks confuse it with transfusion, you'll find several threads. It's my understanding that Venofer has caused fewer reactions than Infed. It is much quicker to administer. ... (13 replies)
... naiko,I also had the Venofer IV every week for 8 months because I was severely anemic. I never had any major side effects from it. ... (2 replies)
... meds or steroids. The only problem with Venofer is that instead of getting all your infusion done at one time, you may have to go back several times to get your ferritin level up to normal. ... (63 replies)
Iron injections
Sep 21, 2007
... Sorry to say, but there is no FAST way other then IV and it is not fast either. ... (9 replies)


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