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... I recently took another blood test in a non fasting state to see what my blood work looked like and while i was pleased to see my ferritin levels finally going up, my iron levels and transferrin saturation seemed quite low. ... (7 replies)
... I have had low ferritin for several years but my doctors have not been concerned. ... (2 replies)
... Well, you got the wrong script, but it may have been a very good thing for you. Wait and see what your lab results are. If it was bothering you, now being off of it will help you return to normal. ... (5 replies)

... Hct are below range, you didn't give these values. A lowered ferritin means low iron stores and you might eventually become anemic. ... (12 replies)
... years to run out. Many people get along well for years after BP and then when there is a problem and they don't understand why. It is a complete malabsorption or impaired absorption the whole time happening, since the time of SX. ... (9 replies)
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... was low. It goes back up with the injections and I don't really notice a difference either way. ... (3 replies)
... B12 deficiency can be caused for a variety of reasons---not just autoimmune perncious anemia. Other causes of B12 deficiency can be from the following: diet, specific drugs (PPI, H-2 blockers, alcohol abuse, nitrous oxide, antacids, metformin, etc.), You may want to get tested for Celiac disease (this also runs ion families), this can cause malabsorption of iron and... (16 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! What type of iron IV have you been getting? ... (1 replies)
... called" doctor specialized in blood disorder, who said that my RBC, RTHB,HCT is normal and I am not anemic, and there are no tests I mentioned in the lab of hospital. ... (12 replies)
... I am not a post op person, but just a low ferritin person. I wondered if it was only your ferritin that was 12, or if you had any other problems that promted your dr to take action. ... (10 replies)
... My Hemoglobin has always "looked" normal at 12. My iron stores were low. Causing the same symptoms that you describe. I suffered for a year. ... (7 replies)
Anemia Question.
May 4, 2006
... ad to health problems because RBCs contain hemoglobin, which carries oxygen to the body's tissues. Anemia can cause a variety of complications, including fatigue and stress on bodily organs. ... (3 replies)
... Ferritin is an iron storage protein that the body synthesizes because free iron is actually toxic to our bodies. To prevent iron toxicity the body regulates the level of ferritin synthesis to accommodate different levels of iron. ... (13 replies)
Low Ferritin at -3
Mar 27, 2009
... re is no cause to be found either. It's good to know that there are not things going undetected inside so these tests are priority in diagnosis before beginning iron supplements. ... (8 replies)
... deficiency is overlooked and going on for many years a patient can have irreversible nerve damage. ... (2 replies)
... You have responded to my questions and have been so helpful to me...I appreciate it so much!!! ... (4 replies)
... I really think my low iron is due to my period difficulties. A year ago, I hemorrhaged, was put in the hospital due to dehydration and lost three units of blood. I don't think my blood has ever fully recovered from that episode, plus I have had some heavy periods since then. ... (17 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)
... her hb is 11.1 and haematocrit is 0. ... (8 replies)




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