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... Now that absorption is much better my iron is creeping up, UIBC and TIBC both going down. Ferritin was up 4 years ago, and has been creeping down. Perhaps lower Ferritin is associated with hashi as suggested. ... (21 replies)
... So glad to have found this forum. To be honest, I've been stalking it for quite a few months as I've been having trouble with low ferritin levels since the beginning of the year. ... (6 replies)
... were all normal. I also take a b12 supplement and have been for the past 2 years, before all of my symptoms started. I have not had my zinc level tested. ... (19 replies)

... Many things have to be in balance when you get a B12 deficiency. First of all, did they test your ferritin? ... (3 replies)
... Yes maybe alot 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)
... Hi there osteoblast and thank you for responding! Yeah, some people on the Thyroid board here told me to get m Ferritin level tested, so I did and then it came back that low. I went and got all of my lab reports. ... (57 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your trouble with the docs. I have had my share of that too. My endocrinologist wanted me to supplement with 325mg iron daily when my ferritin was 38 , so for sure I think your doc should get you started on iron supplements and then monitor your levels till you get in a good range. ... (57 replies)
... xtreme fatigue. After thyroid hormone treatment, much of my anxiety dissipated, but the fatigue remains. So, I revisited my medical records and saw that a recent FERRITIN value was 18, and SERUM B12 was 267. My grandmother, father and sister both have been diagnosed as b12 deficient, but my level is apparently not low enough. ... (12 replies)
... Optimal levels are 80. You can try the prescription, but it's D2 and oil based. We malabsorb oil, therefore we malabsorb D2. And even D3 in oil. You need DRY D3. Low levels of vitamin D prevent calcium from being absorbed too. No calcium, no bones. Osteoporosis is rampant in the RNY community. ... (4 replies)
... The doctor didn't seem to think there was a problem, but I went to the pharmacy and bought B12 tablets anyway. ... (6 replies)
... A very good endo told me that low vit. d, ferritin and b12 levels can be associated with hypothyroid and that these low levels may be due to poor intestinal absorption of nutrients. ... (19 replies)
... hi Steph...I just want to chime in here if I may....I was DX with a hidden B12 deficiency in March 2000... ... (22 replies)
... He told me to check my iron, ferritin and TIBC levels, which I did while on vacation. ... (6 replies)
... end range values on my cbc, etc. and see if they indicated anything about my iron and b12 deficiencies, my hypo condition, or were indicative of something else. ... (16 replies)
... e to gluten and that this may inhibit the body from absorbing nutrients. I thought that I could try eliminating gluten for a period of time and check whether my B12 and Ferritin levels are higher then. ... (3 replies)
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... Hi! I am the girl who posted about the post partum anxiety...First off..it sounds like you might have some vitamin deficiencies...sore tongue is a common sign of b12 deficiency. After all of your pregnancies and two births, you lose a lot of blood and vitamins that your body has stored up. ... (11 replies)
... on there exists a depletion of iron stores without anemia, which then progresses to anemia. In the literature, iron depletion as definied varies, and can be very low in terms of ferritin, sometimes well below the low end of the range, while some use broader cut offs which are higher. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... on this board, since I first asked this question a few months ago, and after reading some medical articles and posts here, I have come to the conclusion that 70 ferritin might be a good level to achieve for me. There is a wide array of opinion on the matter of optimum ferritin, however. ... (12 replies)


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