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... My serum iron remained abnormally high for the next 14 years until I received phlebotomy treatment for hemochromatosis in 2007. But my ferritin was rarely tested during those 14 years. ... (21 replies)
... My Vitamin D is always very low when my endocrinologist tests it. I take prescription vitamin D twice a week. I go to the endo for hypothyroidism. ... (4 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)

... Hi there ! i am relived to see someone got help for their anemia , i am going for my first IV tommrow with venofer , ferritin is a 5 and iron is a 19 i have so many symptoms i am so sick from this , my whole life is on hold! ... (2 replies)
... Serum Iron 8. ... (12 replies)
... I always see that there's lots of questions about Iron infusions, otherwise known as IV iron. I just finished my last and sixth treatment on Monday so I thought I would share my experience with you. ... (2 replies)
... If you were having periods as you described, you can most likely bet that your ferritin is on the low end. I would ask for this test now. ... (6 replies)
... thanks for clarifying the palmate and toxicity issue. Vit A is one of those vitamins i never thought anyone would be low in, but could quite easily be higher in. ... (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)
... i.e., if you had low iron, low sat, low transferrin, etc, it was one thing and on and on it went with the different scenarios. ... (10 replies)
... It's a shame your doctor told you to stop the iron supplements once your ferritin got to 40. I wouldn't think that high enough. You mightn't be anemic, but it's healthy for a number of reasons to have a higher ferritin. ... (10 replies)
... Lori, in your specific case, because of your past thyroid cancer, I would never take iron without a script from your PCP or Specialist. ... (6 replies)
... I'm married to iron pills... If I stop them, my ferritin goes down again, then my Hgb follows slowly. ... (7 replies)
... according to your serum iron which is the iron in the blood at the time of testing. ... (2 replies)
... In most instances, a low MCV indicates microcytic anemia, while a high MCV indicates macrocytic anemia. This value is useful for diagnosis. It is usually on a cbc. ... (8 replies)
... My ferritin has come up from a 4 to a 6!!! YEAH!!! My hemoglobin is a 12.8 now! YEAH, again!!!! The RDW is still high at 16.6. The Glucose Serum is slightly high at 101. What was a shocker was the cholesterol results. ... (23 replies)
... ry reason I have not figured out yet. I may ask for a t3 supplement to augment my treatment when I do next to the dr. For the moment, I am working on getting the ferritin up and cutting back on the lexapro. I read that SSRIs can decrease T3. ... (12 replies)
... sents, many other things follow. So don't be alarmed by that. It scares many people when they see this. I cannot believe your numbers, they are really low. A ferritin of 2 means you have no iron stores, they are depleted, which in turn causes the anemia to develop. So, you basically have a negative iron balance. ... (2 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)
... You are very mildly anemic. It is your ferritin that needs to be repleted as high as you can get within range of course. It is the ferritin that keeps the Hgb and HCt at normal levels until it is all used up. This is when the anemia sets in the final stage of the ferritin stores. ... (4 replies)


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