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... e of you wondering how it's completed, my experience consisted of lying down in a hospital bed within one of the rooms in the ER and they just hooked me up to an IV and I got to lay there and watch TV or read the whole time. I recieved 200 mg of Venofer with each dose, and each dose was infused over 90 minutes. ... (2 replies)
... with your levels so low, I would take the IV iron infusion. Even with having IV iron, it still will take you months to get your levels up. I have not have Repliva so I am not sure how long it takes or the amount they are giving you. ... (7 replies)
... he iron numbers aren't as useful to the doc I guess. Took oral supplements and it went up to 16 but the doc still said that could cause my joint pain... started IV iron infusions Venofer because I couldn't tolerate the oral ones. ... (6 replies)

... I am currently getting the Venofer IV weekly too. My hgb was 6.9 and Hct was 24 to begin with in early Sept. ... (5 replies)
... Anah,no I really don't have any bad side effects with the IV Iron other than feeling tired believe it or not. I get an IV iron called Venofer that is much more well tolerated by people. It is supposed to be very safe. It only takes about a half hour for it to go in. ... (6 replies)
... lly sick so he switched her to liquid iron. Yesterday she had more blood work done and her hemoglobin is now 9.1 and ferritin 1. Has anyone had their teenager do IV infusions to help get their numbers up faster? ... (6 replies)
My Anemia Story
Sep 4, 2011
... One day at work, a fellow tells me about his symptoms, and they sound so much like mine. He tells me about this great specialist he saw, and how he did the IV iron and gets B12 shots and that he feels like a new man. I ask for this doc's contact info, and I call the next day for an appointment. ... (2 replies)
... Venofer IV infusions and have had no side effects! I have noticed that I'm not freezing all the time, too! ... (74 replies)
... badly. I also have a faulty heart valve, so my hematologist sent me to my cardiologist after this last transfusion and together they decided not to risk another IV but to try the oral meds instead. ... (5 replies)
... A venofer iron infusion only last about 30 minutes after the IV is started. The hardest part is getting stuck for the IV! ... (20 replies)
... A venofer iron infusion only last about 30 minutes after the IV is started. The hardest part is getting stuck for the IV! ... (20 replies)
... ally watchful the first few times your partner gets this drug. Any drug has the potential to cause allergic reactions and this type more so. I get Ferrlecit by IV and it works but I had a really bad reaction to Infed. ... (1 replies)
... I hope the answer is yes! I was moderately anemic last year with a 2 ferritin, I couldn't get IV because I was too risky already and complicated. My ferritin 2 years later is 41. I had testing done on Sat. ... (4 replies)
Ferretin Level?
Jan 30, 2007
... I do absorb oral iron. I see a lot of other people on this board have had a lot of these different tests too. I sympathize with them. I am leaning toward the IV iron. The specialist who recommends it says that 23 ferretin is too low to function on, though the first one said it was fine. ... (13 replies)
... I get IV iron every week and have been since September. My Hemoglobin was down to 7.0. I have never had any problems with the IV iron. it depends on which one they give you. My hematologist gives me Venofer because he says the incidence of side effects are ALOT less. ... (2 replies)
... I have esophagitis and I've had a few heavy periods that may have contributed to my issues as well. My Hgb was 7.1 yesterday and I received my first of 10 weekly IV iron infusions. ... (63 replies)
Nov 4, 2004
... ent" only in the way it is being administered. There are many different types of iron and if you can not tolerate one you can often tolerate another. The first IV iron I got was Infed. ... (8 replies)
... Infed is iron dextran--same thing. (Like Advil is ibuprophen and Anacin is salicylic acid--please forgive all spelling errors!) I think Ferrlecit is iron gluconate--both iron but in slightly different forms. There's also something called "Venofer" I haven't yet asked about. I believe the injections use the same drugs but they are injected in small quantities. IV's allow... (63 replies)
... That's great news! I'm glad they're setting you up for the Venofer infusions. ... (3 replies)
... I had my appointment today..... I did beg her to start my treatment today but they didnt go for it..... But they are going to do 10 Iv Iron transfusions with venofer ..... They will do 200 units a time 1 appointment a week. I am hoping i will get them started sooner than later. (3 replies)

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