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... About three months ago I started eating Dannons yogurt. The one with the "Bifidus Regularis" in it. Dannon claims that in two weeks you'll be regular if you eat this yogurt. ... (15 replies)
... Capacity. That is the ability of the iron to be attached to the cell and be transported to where it should go. Generally, the Iron binding capacity is increased in proportion to the anemia. The higher the binding rate the lower the iron levels are. ... (17 replies)
... So the hematologist did 2 iron infusions and then my ferritin was 550. He wanted to see me again in December. ... (0 replies)

Apr 2, 2012
... If you're asking what could cause low MCV (not MVC) levels, then the answer is found in your following statement: "I have chronic low Hgb, and low iron storages, and ferritin levels," though low Hgb/iron/ferritin are not the only cause. Low MCV means your red blood cells are smaller in size than normal (microcytic). It's not unusual (rather, it's common) for RBC's to be... (2 replies)
... and HCT were tested to be in the normal range, just at the low end of it, MCV too low though, below normal. ... (19 replies)
... l give you a better picture of what or how the low ferritin is effecting your blood. 1 just found out because I have high MCV, my hgb is also be falely high when in fact I could be anemic. ... (4 replies)
Feeling so bad...
Sep 15, 2009
... Your B12, iron and folic acid levels could be low, which cause almost all the symptoms you describe. ... (2 replies)
... I don't like watching needles go in me and even when I get my blood drawn, I look away. I am a baby LOL. I don't like things that hurt either .... BUT .... if the shots will help me get better .... faster ..... ... (57 replies)
... basically getting the iron you need to function. But you are not getting enough to store any yet. It is sort of like you are living from paycheck to paycheck and in this case, your iron intake is the paycheck and you are paying your bills but have nothing left over to save, yet. ... (4 replies)
... Hopefully one of the "experts" will chime in about the IV transfusion. I don't know anything about that except what I have read here on some of the threads. ... (12 replies)
... more specifically, in the last 6 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... unfortunately my doctor seemed eager to get through his patients as quickly as possible that day, so I was unable to get a more detailed explanation on what my blood tests revealed. ... (4 replies)
... the question is how normal was "normal". you could have been at the low end/borderline "normal". the other thing is if they only checked serum iron, that's not a lot of info. were hemoglobin and MCV/MCH checked? and ferritin? or perhaps soluble transferrin receptor? (1 replies)
Ferritin is 7 yuck
Dec 24, 2008
... I had some blood work done came back with low MCV so they checked for B12 and ferritn . B12 was over 1000 but ferritin was only 7 and my iron binding capacity was 8. ... (0 replies)
New test results
Aug 1, 2008
... I had my blood taken again on Tuesday the 29th, and here are the new results vs. ... (4 replies)
... as others have pointed out here every lab can differ a bit with what their levels of normal are. ... (4 replies)
... borderline, just going into 3 from 2, meaning fully depleted iron stores and many of my red blood cells were anemic. but yes, I felt better in a few weeks after starting on iron, hemoglobin and MCV recovered back to normal range, and I got my iron stores fully reloaded within 2. ... (9 replies)
... are you trying to say that your iron levels were totally fine 3 months ago? ... (3 replies)
... tried to give blood July 3 but was denied because my iron levels were too low. ... (13 replies)
... After noticing a recent decrease in my athletic performance, I sent a message to my doctor early last week. My primary care physician ordered blood work and sent me to a hematologist in oncology. The hematologist said it was "very unlikely" cancer and ordered more blood work. ... (8 replies)

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