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... You are not considered anemic if your hemoglobin is normal. But you can be iron deficient if your ferritin is low. For some people, being iron deficient is just as bad as being anemic. ... (4 replies)
... Or do you now have anemia as a result of gastric bypass, and you're looking for natural treatments there? ... (4 replies)
Red Blood Count
Apr 1, 2004
... The hemoglobin test, a measurement of hemoglobin levels in the blood, is another way of determining whether red cells are normal. ... (3 replies)

... I would want to investigate the cause of low hemoglobin and low RBC. ... (2 replies)
... Low Blood 11.3 Low MCH 26.5 and High RDW 16. ... (0 replies)
... She insists that the only patients she has seen who have significant fatigue from anemia have hemoglobin levels of 6 or less and it is not related to ferritin level at all. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds to me that this may be your "hemoglobin" value. Hemoglobin is not a true "iron" test but it measures if you have anemia. ... (2 replies)
... I found this information for you. HGB is hemoglobin and there should be a reference range given as to what is normal. ... (2 replies)
... Hemoglobin LOW 11.2 ref 12. ... (2 replies)
... While your ferritin is considered normal it's still in the low range this number can go all the way up to 200, do you think your crazy? ... (2 replies)
... The Dr said it was low iron but not anemia and shouldn't result in any sx. He said hairloss is postpartum, dizziness caused by possible inner ear imbalance and joint pain is possible early arthritis. ... (2 replies)
... Your hemoglobin is still in the normal range which is a good thing, it should help you avoid a blood transfusion. What was your hemocrit? ... (4 replies)
... get your iron saturation, iron serum, and ferritin numbers checked. With anemia usually the first thing to go is ferritin, iron serum, saturation, and then your hemoglobin and hematocrit will begin dipping. So it's really not surprising to have normal hemoglobin and hematocrit. The deficiency could be in the beginning stages. ... (1 replies)
... s ability to carry oxygen throughout the body. Studies have shown that low hemoglobin, which may result in anemia, is more common among patients with heart failure than it is among people in the general population. ... (23 replies)
... I have hemolytic anemia, but in the past, keeping my b12 levels high would result in having a higher hemoglobin numbers. I can't figure out this change, unless it has something to do with my ferriten or iron levels, which they haven't checked for a long time. ... (8 replies)
Chronic Low Iron?
Aug 12, 2008
... Yes, this still looks like iron deficiency anemia. Especially with the low count of RBCs and the size of them. Very diagnostic of IDA. ... (24 replies)
... Whatever the MMA result is, and depending on how soon you get to see the gastroenterologist, I would make sure you get treated for B12 deficiency as soon as possible. ... (8 replies)
... I saw the doc last week and my hemoglobin was on the very low side of normal and she said she would call if ferritin has dropped significantly to go ahead and order the IV before I drop too much. ... (6 replies)
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... Has anyone experienced neurological problems as a result of their anemia. I had my B12 tested and that was fine. ... (14 replies)


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