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... Haven't had time to pick up the RX yet today. Will do it tomorrow morn. I have an appt. with my dr. on March 17, so I will talk to him about the amount I am on and see what he says about a higher dose or possibly switching to another one. ... (14 replies)
... and the story goes that what red blood cells I did have were, "puny." I had gastric bypass in Oct. 2001. ... (4 replies)
... After noticing a recent decrease in my athletic performance, I sent a message to my doctor early last week. My primary care physician ordered blood work and sent me to a hematologist in oncology. The hematologist said it was "very unlikely" cancer and ordered more blood work. ... (8 replies)

... The anemia level is moderately severe, and he probably just wants to be thorough. There are many other tests that could be helpful. Is your Dr a hematologist or rheum? ... (12 replies)
... It seems since I was 17 I've had problems with low iron levels. I really don't have heavy periods. I was bleeding at a time when I went to have a bowl movement and hardly went at all.. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I'm female, 28, vegetarian, and runner. I am on birth control and have very light periods. ... (4 replies)
... It certainly can't hurt you to take B12 supplementation as your Dr recommended, since any excess is excrete by the body and there is really no toxicity until maybe over 10,000 mcg per day. Most people are not taking that level. ... (5 replies)
... It's your actual blood count that's important. Your iron stores won't go up much until after your body takes what it needs to build your blood supply back up. An Hgl score of 10 is low but it's not at panic level. ... (16 replies)
Ferritin is 5
Aug 19, 2014
... years ago. Admittedly I'm not very good at taking vitamins and supplements on a daily basis. It's hit or miss for me. ... (4 replies)
... The end result of decreased dietary iron, decreased iron absorption, or blood loss is iron deficiency anemia, the end stage of the ferritin stores. ... (1 replies)
... A high reticulocyte count means that your body is simply creating lots of red blood cells to replace the ones you are losing. It is a way to compensate. ... (1 replies)
... i dont think its terribly abnormal since ferritin marks your iron stores. ... (4 replies)
... pylori infection and SIBO. Look into getting tested for those to rule out infection and if you do have either or both, getting it corrected should change your ability to absorb nutrients. ... (2 replies)
... Conventionally, doctors are told that blood counts are among the first things to suffer in iron deficiency, but there's accumulating evidence that blood counts are the last thing that shows signs of iron deficiency. ... (2 replies)
... My RDW was out of range, but of no concern to the MD. It was 15.3 and normal is 11. ... (19 replies)
... I am new to this forum and in a pretty desperate state and wondering if anyone has been in a similar position to me. ... (4 replies)
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Hello, new here
Nov 12, 2008
... MCV basically mean that you have smaller RBC's in size and shape, less oxygen. ... (28 replies)
... complete blood count. My PCP doctor only does those two because we know that the Ferritin takes forever and the rest aren't really necessary after so long. My Hematologist doesn't even care what the Ferritin is. ... (6 replies)
... Your results indicate you are on the borderline of anemia with low iron storage in liver. It is important to assess what might be causing this. ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, cyclic anemia, cyclic neutropenia, iron, low ferritin

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