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Low ferritin
May 21, 2013
... up from 129. Tomorrow I am going to do blood test and see where my ferritin is now. My doctor is refusing to do any other tests she said my blood test looks great and she thinks my symptoms are all due to the stress. ... (22 replies)
... all anaemia symptoms but low b12 and anxiety symtpoms too!!! ... (10 replies)
... I'm 38 years old and have been dx'd with numerous disorders and illnesses over the past ten years. What it has all culminated in is Lyme Disease, and unfortunately for me it seems I've had it long enough that it's chronic. ... (0 replies)

... all have regarding these labs. They are quite confusing considering they don't quite add up to...anything, actually. Some normal, some low, but those that are low should actually be high..etc. ... (1 replies)
... It's true that many things can cause your symptoms. Autoimmune disorders and connective tissue disorders often cause symptoms similar to yours. Your B-12 actually has to get quite low for you to see symptoms and it is most common in the elderly and third-world countries. A true B-12 deficiency will mess you up big time, including the possibility of a schizophrenic-like... (24 replies)
... Because our situations are SO similar it's almost scary! Your levels are low for sure, but if it makes you feel any better, mine are actually even lower. My doctors are saying that mine are as low as they've seen. ... (10 replies)
... Obviously I am not a doctor and I don't have Hashimoto's or Lyme so I have no experience with that. But, ferritin 7.1 is definitely too low. Normal ferritin is supposedly over 15 but people get symptoms under 50 or even 70. Can you call or visit your doctor to get a recommendation on supplements? ... (2 replies)
... hi Bethsheba....I know B12 is water soluble,but I have a question for you.Here goes....I am thinking that I am low in a Lot of nutrients.I read that if you're low in protein you get fluid retention,because protein in the blood keeps fluid from leaking out of the blood vessels into the body tissues. ... (13 replies)
... most notably autoimmune disorders, Lyme Disease, etc. ... (6 replies)
... It's true she was given a LOT of meds and it has crossed my mind that maybe the drugs they gave her in the hospital did permanent damage to her brain! All the doctors tell me it's not possible, but I'm not convinced. The best way to describe mom is like a scared little child who smokes and drinks coffee. She asks permission to do everything...go to bed, take a shower, smoke... (89 replies)
... e of many things that may be going on with your mom.She should be getting B12 even if she isn't deficient,because older people need it to prevent it from getting low anyways....that's what the experts say! ... (89 replies)
... can someone tell me if these numbers are low enough that I need to do something about it? ... (2 replies)
Possible anemia?
Dec 4, 2015
... Thanks for your reply. I think will look into getting tested. (3 replies)
Possible anemia?
Dec 4, 2015
... k checking those labs may be a good idea. Doctors tend to overlook vitamin deficiencies. They go straight to the most serious issues. I was tested for ms, lupus, Lyme disease. All sorts of issues. But why not start with the basics first. ... (3 replies)

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