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... years ago, I went on a stint of donating blood every 2 months, until I stopped once their "fingerprik blood test" implied that my hemoglobin was too low to allow me to donate. I also started feeling pretty weak and fatigued. ... (0 replies)
... I have suffered from anxiety in the past so doc may be blaming this for the palpitations rather than the low ferritin. ... (50 replies)
... my ferritin is also a 5 and my symptoms are terrible. I have loys of tummy troubles and have a hard time stomaching any iron pills. ... (4 replies)

... c my ferritin was down to 5. ... (4 replies)
... hematocrit took a nosedive recently. Heck, my RBC were better during chemo! I really don't understand the role Ferritin plays in all of this. Vit B12 looks fine. So does iron. ... (7 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 25, 2007
... What are the values of your hematocrit and hemoglobin? ... (49 replies)
Ideal B12 level
Dec 6, 2011
... I've heard that the recommended B12 levels aren't high enough, can anyone tell me if that's the case? Mine is at 308 pmol/L and the normal range given as 150-600 pmol/L, I'm wondering if I should still take a supplement. I've had mild iron deficient anemia (low ferritin with RBC/hemoglobin/hematocrit on the lower end of normal) for a while. My MCV is always on the higher... (1 replies)
... I was anemic and as my lab reflected it was a long, long process getting to that point, my RBC's were consistently normal values. However, my Hgb was 8.5 and my ferritin a 2, so I would say it is normal. That has been my personal experience. ... (12 replies)
... the lowest it's ever been. My RBC, though, was fine. Hemoglobin and Hematocrit were low, but not drastically. ... (12 replies)
... I recently had bloodwork done, and all of my levels are now normal. EXCEPT my ferritin which dropped from 52 to 22. Even though still in the normal range, it still dropped. ... (2 replies)
... I have a ferritin level of 38 and low range rbc, hemoglobin and hematocrit. So far my dr. has advised ferrous sulfate one time a day. I am taking slow fe. ... (9 replies)
... mean cell hemoglobin i.e. ... (19 replies)
... We discussed my CBC levels. When he checked my ferritin a few months back, it was a 9. When I saw the hematologist it was a 4. The endocrinologist was shocked at the drop. ... (23 replies)
... In anemia of chronic disease without iron deficiency, ferritin will be high and transferrin will be low. ... (7 replies)
... My ferritin is 3. ... (4 replies)
... In 3 weeks I will have another ferritin test and will see if approx. 3 months slow fe has done anything at all. Also my thyroid will be tested and hopefully it won't be up from the last test. ... (17 replies)
... My hemoglobin is 11.2. Ferritin is only high by the lab's values at 51, so not excessively so. ... (7 replies)
... nt from the ones you guys are used to seeing, you can pretty well tell how they compare to the so called "normal" ranges in brackets. Maybe my numbers are not as low and scary as I thought initially. I know they could be much worse. ... (9 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 24, 2007
... t, there is no anemia because we have lots of iron stores. The iron, over a period of probably years, gradually drops. When it gets to a point where it is very low or almost nothing, the anemia starts because your red blood cells have no more to draw on. So, anemia is the very last stage of iron deficiency. ... (49 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 24, 2007
... My RBC is always in the normal range. Just in the middle of the range 4. ... (49 replies)


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