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... It is a little low. It should be at the high end of the range for optimal health. ... (3 replies)
... ould find out what your actual ferritin number is, you may be surprised. I was a 2 and a year later 35. Although it is within range, it doesn't mean that it is optimal or even close and I'm just now beginning to feel better. If you were a 10 they would say that it is in range but not enough to feel well by any means. ... (8 replies)
... is optimal Hgb count for females. I would try to get to that mark. ... (3 replies)

... Aeval--:wave: I would agree that you probably need more iron. Especially because of the fact that you are still having periods. You are not anemic, were you? You want your Hgb to get to 14 to be optimal. And of course to fill your iron stores, but you want to do that without iron overloading. You can watch your Saturation every 3 months, it should not go over 45%,... (6 replies)
... vitamins, my levels came up, but I still have to stay on top of it. I've read that it's very hard to replenish your B12 supply and keep it there. ... (12 replies)
... at you post your thyroid labs on the thyroid board for advice. That's too confusing to me, although, your TSH looks good to me. The others might be too low for optimal health. ... (10 replies)
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... He did a CBC and my hemoglobin is up to 12 and my hematocrit is up to 38.1. That part was good news. I'm no longer anemic....barely. ... (1 replies)
... Hello! You see how important a proper DX is regarding your own case history. As you already know, this can be inherited by your children. In your daughter's case it appears to be iron deficiency without anemia. It's good that you had the insight to have her tested because it looks as though she would have eventually become anemic. When it comes to children, many times... (4 replies)
... I was on 2 iron daily for a year and my Hgb finally reached optimal levels. This is when they cut the iron to 1 and I still needed 2, I know that now but it has been since January that I have been taking 1. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Ms. Nancy! There are so many members who are more knowledgable than me. However, just from things I've been reading over the last five months, a deficiency is most likely the cause of so many illnesses today. Low ferritin for so long can do a lot of harmful damage to the body. It takes equally as long to build it back up to optimal (not normal) levels. There are many... (2 replies)
Saw hematologist
Feb 10, 2009
... Nancy--No, you are not anemic, as you already know. However, you are low in the Hgb as far as being optimal, a women should be at 14.0 Hgb. You would be feeling much better at that range. Along with your ferritin of course, a 13 is almost no iron remaining in the bone marrow. As long as you are absorbing (which your Hema doc stated you were), you should be easily able to... (9 replies)


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