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... Serum iron tells you how much iron is circulating in the body. ... (12 replies)
... full iron study, iodine. ... (23 replies)
... Mine is more underactive, but swings both ways at times as i have Hashimoto's. When i phoned the doctor who helped treat my low iron, he said it's common to see malabsorbtion of iron with a thyroid condition. ... (3 replies)

... I think the anemia section needs a thread like this for those suffering from both thyroid and low iron levels. ... (80 replies)
... i'm in the same boat as you. Suffered with extremely low iron and took 2 years to raise it and that was when i found out that i had Hashi's. ... (80 replies)
... to 61, then i eased off the iron, thinking it would stay put now that it was up high. Next blood test showed my ferretin had dropped a bit so it was back to the iron supplements. ... (8 replies)
... Takes a bit of catching up when you haven't been on the net for only 2 days!!!! ... (80 replies)
... he basically said that not being able to keep the iron up without taking regular iron supplements is a common thing for people with thyroid issues. ... (9 replies)
... The highest my ferretin got to was 61 and it took me 2 years to get there. The moment i stopped taking daily iron supplements it dropped slightly lower by my next blood test. ... (12 replies)
... You can't live the rest of your life feeling tired and depressed, missing out on work and being told it's all in your head and then when you hit rock bottom they simply give you iron infusions. ... (2 replies)
... Thats the problem, a lot of doctors think if you are 'within range' that that is fine. The problem is if you are within range, but extreme bottom of the range they often wont tell you to take some supplements. That is what happened to me. ... (9 replies)
... Thats the problem, a lot of doctors think if you are 'within range' that that is fine. The problem is if you are within range, but extreme bottom of the range they often wont tell you to take some supplements. That is what happened to me. ... (9 replies)
... Did i hear low iron and hypothyroid? ... (7 replies)
... stress, low ferretin, thyroid, adrenal fatigue, malabsorbtion of nutrients due to gluten intolerance or digestive issues. ... (14 replies)
... Do you have a copy of your test results? ... (14 replies)
... with very low iron stores or being actually anemic, you can't afford not to take iron supplements as low iron can affect your health even more so. You need to slot your iron into a part of the day when you aren't taking your calcium and zinc. ... (21 replies)
... i never knew thyroid antibodies existed until i found a new doctor who helped raise my iron levels. He thought at first that my extremely low, long term iron levels had affected my thyroid, which aparently can happen. ... (5 replies)




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