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... health issues...I know how you feel!!!!My husband has to "put up with me" too,but I told him I'd gladly trade places with him...he can have the hot sweating and mood swings and all my neurological problems...that will be the day...ha! ... (12 replies)
... ed me out. I also had the headaches, the almost passing out upon standing and bad memory problems, not to mention exhaustion and never really feeling awake. Plus mood swings. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure at what age vitamins in general can be used on young children, but if certain vitamins are low it can lead to malabsorption of nutrients. ... (16 replies)

Ferritin questions
Nov 11, 2009
... Other times my ferritin is high or high normal yet my iron is too low. Its my understanding that inflammation and infection can give a false high ferritin level. Right? ... (2 replies)
... First of all, I will tell you that the meds you are taking for ADHD can give you ALL of the symptoms you are feeling. Especially the mood swings. ... (16 replies)
... But looking back to since i was young, i've always been low in iron..and the past few years its been getting worse and worse, making me feel really depressed. ... (16 replies)
... I've been borderline anemic in the past but have been remembering to take my iron pretty well the last couple months. ... (1 replies)
... Your ferritin is very low and shows a severe clinical depletion. Without our other labs, I cannot tell if you are anemic. Are your other blood values ok? ... (16 replies)
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Jul 25, 2008
... But i would like to say thank you for all you help and support in this matter. It has explianed alot of my mood swings and falling outs. ... (8 replies)
Jul 7, 2006
... ng, but you can get B12 supplements over the counter. And, B12 is not toxic, meaning you cannot overdose and cause harmful effects to your system as you can with iron supplements. If you do try this, I would suggest trying a methylcobalamin B12 supplement as this is the type your body can most readily use. ... (3 replies)

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