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... 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)
... My gp was of no help, he didn't even notice that my ferritin levels were so low. I visited a dermatologist and she was hopeless too and said it was only stress and that my hair looked healthy and it would grow back. ... (9 replies)
Ferritin
Feb 5, 2009
... FlFlower Girl, I did not find out the cause of my low ferritin as my docs do not seem that interested. ... (5 replies)

... Hashimoto's and just found out my ferritin levels are 21. My doc said to start taking iron to get it up to at least 70 if not higher, but he didn't know what dose to take. ... (5 replies)
... In my opinion, yes, it looks like you are still anemic, though "mildly". Your Ferritin is not that bad, but taking into account that your iron levels have decreased, your Ferritin may go down in time, too. ... (2 replies)
... While my manganese and copper were both flagged on the testing, they're still within "normal" ranges. Manganese at . ... (4 replies)
... This is just my opinion, but I think that you would do better with a higher dose iron to build the ferritin stores. Slow release iron is low, but it sounds like you have really good things to help balance iron. 38mgs total are quite low for such a low ferritin. ... (14 replies)
Aching legs
Feb 3, 2009
... Low Copper can go hand in hand with low iron, or it can cause the iron to be low. ... (22 replies)
... n, but some don't. Cyanocobalamin is converted to methylcobalamin and much gets lost in the conversion process. You also won't absorb iron well if your B12 is so low and you won't be absorbing calcium if your D is so low. ... (5 replies)
... ten 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)
... it took me six months to jump by 12 points to get my ferritin to 22. It takes a long time! ... (34 replies)
... E, minerals zinc, calcium, copper or chromium antagonise the absorption of iron and can contribute to iron deficiency, but a deficiency of copper does hinder the deployment of iron by the red blood cells which results in the iron being accumulated within the organs of the body, but not available for use. ... (2 replies)
... When I take iron supplements my iron levels go up very slowly but my ferritin stays relatively low. My hemoglobin was "beautiful" per the last doctor. My vitamin D is good. I just had blood drawn and they're going to check my copper. ... (0 replies)
... I've recently had the following checked: Thyroid (x2 - Normal) Adrenals (ACTH Stim Test, ACTH, Cort - found "Primary Adrenal Insufficiency") Sex Hormones (T,LH,FSH - Low T, FSH, LH, but still trying to figure it out) CBC Lipids (High Tri's and low HDL's) probably a few I've forgotten about That leads me to my next question... (14 replies)
... I was diagnosed with low Ferritin levels a while ago, 46 and dropping. Probably good by this group's measure, but I dropped 20 points in a month even though I was taking a multimineral with Iron. ... (1 replies)
... The other thing is, if you supplement zinc, do you have to supplement copper too? ... (13 replies)
... Hi old friends! It's been a little while since I have been at this board. I am still working on my ferritin but not taking a high dose any longer. When I got to 48 or so my pcp said stop with the higher dose and just go to a daily dose of 18mg. ... (13 replies)
... I felt better on the 30th day after the infusion(the 2nd infusion that was the all day infusion ). I recall looking at the calendar the 1st day I felt better and it was exactly 1 month after the infusion. My numbers were much lower than yours so hopefully it won't take as long for you! I am unable to take any iron by mouth without a complete GI catastrophy! I hope you are... (10 replies)
... I have iron defficiency due to 15 years of heavy periods and copper IUD use. ... (10 replies)


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