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... Once you've become anemic, it usually takes more than dietary changes to get back to where you need to be. They need to find the source of your anemia before they can fix it properly. ... (13 replies)
... t is due to low ferritin , b12 and possibly vit d. I think other's will say your docs view on the ferritin is bizarre! Ferritin is to me like the gas tank level, anemia is like out of gas. Why not get the ferritin up instead of waiting for anemia. ... (57 replies)
... I didn't see a B-12 and Folate test result. Especially when you are DX'ed w/anemia you should have these tests done. There is more than one type of anemia. With your family history "perhaps" there is an absorption issue that you are also dealing with. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease (gluten intolerance; wheat, barley and rye) that can cause this and I would also... (65 replies)

... armed with your "good" lab results and work on the possible OCD from there. Before any mental health treatment, it is best to have common labwork done first to rule out any physical causes. ... (2 replies)
... hi.. i m just curious since i think i almost past out due to anemia, but why do they think that they would not have been able to revive you if you did pass out.?? (6 replies)
... I am so glad Dorri that you may be getting good results with your treatment. Hope your lab results reflect same. Regret that you have to have the IV method for iron intake. I was amazed to learn that sunspots are anemia related. ... (67 replies)
... Thank you. I requested the lab today but the doc hasn't signed off on it yet...which means he hasn't even SEEN it yet. ... (57 replies)
... i will try to post as much as lab information i it goes.. ... (3 replies)
... Over the course of the two weeks, I had about 8 CBCs--none were the same. They all jumped around between the 11's and 12's. Could be lab differences, but presumably the lab at the hospital (2 visits were the same hospital--the third time I got taken by ambulance from work, so I wound up at a different hospital) was consistent. The "adjusting for the anemia" part is that... (3 replies)
... ron like it should..again no reasons as to why. I was thoroughly frustrated but figured it was ok because at least I was better. However, I now know the signs of anemia and I can tell my blood is dropping again. ... (0 replies)
... From reading, with iron deficiency anemia presents with a high RDW but mine is normal. any idea why? ... (3 replies)
... I just went to the doctor earlier in the week and my test results were posted on my electronic medical records. I'm currently waiting for my doctor to call Monday to discuss my test results with me. ... (5 replies)
... I was diagnosed with pernicious anemia over a year ago. Along with this, my saturated iron levels are dangerously low, and multiple other things as well. ... (0 replies)
New to anemia
May 16, 2011
... I always had high H and H lab results. I know they were typically around 16. ... (6 replies)
... breathlessness. I'm having to really think now but I don't think I've had any NEW pain since this anemia snuck up on me. ... (10 replies)
... Your anemia isnt especaly severe, though your ferretin is quite low. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, I am looking for some expert insight into my recent lab results, these were taken as investigative for chronic back pain. However the results suggest something I have suspected for a long time.. To cut a long story short, I had a barrage of symptoms that came on very quickly about 2. ... (0 replies)
... Stonepile--You have given a good idea regarding CFS to look into as a culprit. This actually happened to me as a result of my anemia. Very shortly after my DX, I developed CFS and Fibro like symptoms. I have since, read many things, and one of interest is that this can happen as a result of nutritional deficiency, and low ferritin can induce Fibro along with Hypo-T/ Hashi's... (9 replies)
... Yes!! You are looking good. I am very happy for you. Platelets are the clotting factor. They go high in the presence of iron deficiency. Your RBC morphology is marked as anisocytosis (slight) which means that the RBC's are of *un-equal size*. MCV 67 meant that the cells were much smaller. So you have (shape of cells) Few Oval, Mild Hypo, Mod Micro. This is... (2 replies)
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