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... Kk, I read that when I first woke up and didn't see any of the conversion stuff and was wondering. I can't read anyways.:) I guess I'm just used to seeing them in the other way. Anyways! Glad you got some answers. I was wondering myself! :D Ferritin with just oral iron therapy seems to take forever to go up. Mine was a 2 to start and I'm at a 19 now. I got in for more labs... (3 replies)
... I spoke with my doctor. Turns out I am fructose intolerant! That was a huge surprise. He didn't think my RBC or MCH levels were significnt. ... (3 replies)
... Yesterday, the nurse practitioner called me with my results. She told me everything seemed fine, concerning my thyroid and B12, but that my folate levels were really high. ... (10 replies)

... i did, however, have an elevated MCV and MCH level. ... (5 replies)
... B12 blood serum tests regularly show false negative results especially when accompanied with high folate and the real measure of B12 should be at tissue level and not what is pooled in the blood. ... (10 replies)
... exercise. No idea where the Ferritin levels were before. ... (8 replies)
... Last year, I had a total of 8 IV iron infusions to deal with my iron deficiency anemia. I think more is going on than just anemia here and have not gone back to the hematologist simply because after all of the infusions, nothing improved. I've had my regular doctor do bloodwork on me every 4-5 months and things are still looking rough with my levels. I don't know what to do... (0 replies)
... I noticed that I have had high MCH and MCHC levels for the past 12yrs. or so and not one doctor has said anything to me about this. I am low thyroid X8 years, and I have mild fibromyalgia. ... (4 replies)
... glycerides are very high at 440. ... (4 replies)
... I too have high MCH, but am anemic and low WBC count at the same time. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I'm hoping someone can shed some light on my weird iron levels. A couple of years ago my hair began shedding after taking a progesterone birth control pill. Long story short, I was referred to a dermatologist who noted that my ferritin level was 42 and that it needed to be around 70 for hair re-growth. He recommended slow release iron in the form of ferrous sulphate... (2 replies)
... slight high normal is 1. ... (1 replies)
... I just received my CBC results from my doctor this morning. He said all levels were normal, but after doing some research on here and other medical websites I'm not sure. ... (5 replies)
... There are cases where the body will over-produce red blood cells, but they are small, poorly formed, and do not accomplish much in the way of oxygenating blood. (3 replies)
... I just got my son's recent bloodwork back from the doctor, and I am confused because most of his levels are the same indicating anemia but his RBC count is high and out of normal range. Is this possible? ... (3 replies)
... Also my MCH and MCV were a little low and RDW was a little high. ... (1 replies)
... mes a day, vit. B12 1000, vit. D 1000 2 times a day, folic acid 1000. I have been on this for one month, going back to the doctor today. Hopefully she will check levels again. I do not feel any better though. Maybe a little less shakey in my hands and my tongue is not as sore around the edges, but still TIRED. ... (6 replies)
... I looked those up because my husband's are very high also. If I remember correctly and perhaps an expert can jump in, I thing it is the size and number of red blood cells. ... (4 replies)
Low Ferritin
Mar 18, 2007
... Your levels indicate that you are anemic. Your labs could be a mirrow image of mine two years ago. I felt horrible too. No energy, brain fog and dizzy all the time. ... (49 replies)
... "MCHC is diminished ("hypochromic") in microcytic anemias, and normal ("normochromic") in macrocytic anemias (due to larger cell size, though the hemoglobin amount or MCH is high, the concentration remains normal). MCHC is elevated ("hyperchromic") in hereditary spherocytosis, sickle cell disease and homozygous hemoglobin C disease" Re your iron, B12 and folate levels, I'd... (1 replies)


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