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... IV iron is not necessary unless your counts are too low to protect you from infection. As for how long IV iron lasts, it is dependent on what is causing the anemia. If it is a temporary bleeding problem, you might never need an IV again. ... (5 replies)
... If you are still getting your period, you need to have him evaluate whether or not that is the cause of your low blood counts or anemia.The thyroid test should be evaluated more extensively in case it is the thyroid medication that is not exactly the right dose. ... (17 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 22, 2004
... I may have said that wrong. If you LACK the intrinsic factor you can eat liver til it comes out your nose and it will have done you NO good. ... (16 replies)

... box suggesting that I should see one. He says I'm barely anemic and that the daily iron tablets will improve my iron stores enough. He wants me retested in a month. That I can understand and I will take a wait and see approach. ... (10 replies)
... so I presume that you have also had this test in the past. Anemia is the end stage of ferritin stores, and if you were anemic, then you most likely also had a very low ferritin count as well. ... (8 replies)
... I myself have experienced some tingling and numbness, I'm still not so sure if it is related to iron deficiency. Sometimes I think that it may be due to my thyroid, however, I think that those numbers are okay and not really the culprit. ... (1 replies)
... You only absorb a little at a time and if all at once then you are getting less than you think. 2. ... (4 replies)
... r good way is to take something called "sublingual" B12. This is dissolved under the tongue in either in a tablet form or liquid drops. It absorbs in the mouth and not the stomach so this type is perfect for a gastric bypass patient. ... (7 replies)
... art tests but I haven't had any kind of trouble. My chest is not tight, just a feeling that my oxygen level is down. They have'nt called me with my results to my iron test yet, but I hope they do soon. ... (22 replies)
... Technically, I guess I am hypthyroid as I had my gland removed due to thyroid cancer. I am fully medicated though and my thyroid numbers are good so I don't know if this really is the culprit. ... (12 replies)
B 12 questions
Mar 15, 2004
... Best of luck to you with your by pass and PA. Glad you are under control. ... (19 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 22, 2004
... I take folic acid by mouth and Iron supplments but there different ? ... (16 replies)
... Hi I had a gastric by pass in 1998. I am also severely anemic with my Ferritin level less than 4 and hemaglobin has been down as low as 7. My white blood counts have started to fall now and I too am tired. My weight loss has been extremely good. ... (28 replies)
... I'm currently battling the iron deficiency. My hmg is 10 and ferritin is 7. Several years ago my ferritin dropped to 3 and I had the IV infusions. I'm happy to say I had no side effects from it. I had one weekly for 8 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... suglingual pill that would help. Don't take your iron with milk cause milk chelates the iron and will just take to your stomach and out of the body. Try cooking in an iron skillet that is good too. Iron makes people constipated so make sure you are getting enough fiber also. ... (74 replies)
... that she said, the first time I talked to her on Thursday "Your red blood cells are small, and your iron and Ferritin is low". ... (7 replies)
... probs. I had biopsies taken to rule out a couple of things. I know that since I have a hiatal hernia and severe GERD that being on a PPI has probably reduced my stomach acid, thereby making things worse. ... (24 replies)
... Yes, do take the iron. I actually felt better when I took the iron on an empty stomach verses with food. I think this is due to the fact that it takes so long for food to digest and the iron sits there longer causing upset. ... (48 replies)
... which tells the body to take the iron and store it in the liver for future use if the diet becomes low in iron or needs more iron for some reason. Some times the body locks the stored iron up and it can not be used by the body. It is there and just can not be used. ... (28 replies)
B12?
Jun 30, 2009
... and iron without a cause found. ... (44 replies)




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