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... irst asked this question a few months ago, and after reading some medical articles and posts here, I have come to the conclusion that 70 ferritin might be a good level to achieve for me. There is a wide array of opinion on the matter of optimum ferritin, however. ... (12 replies)
... My treating doctor also says 70+ ug/L and that is his goal for me and if possible 125-150 ug/L. The reason for these figures is based on studies done by Dr Hugh Rushton (based in Harley St, London) who has confirmed that ferretin is required to be 70+ and maintained at that level, or higher, for at least 3 months to effect a significant decrease in telogen shedding rate and... (2 replies)
... I am dx with a B12 deficency. Most doctors now treat any level below 400. Neurological impairments begin at levels below 400. In other countries.....they have the cut off point at 550. ... (3 replies)

... mone treatment, much of my anxiety dissipated, but the fatigue remains. So, I revisited my medical records and saw that a recent FERRITIN value was 18, and SERUM B12 was 267. My grandmother, father and sister both have been diagnosed as b12 deficient, but my level is apparently not low enough. I asked my Dr. ... (12 replies)
... er surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. Also 30 is NOT normal for vitamin D for us. Optimal levels are 80. You can try the prescription, but it's D2 and oil based. We malabsorb oil, therefore we malabsorb D2. And even D3 in oil. You need DRY D3. ... (4 replies)
... My B12 has been running between 450 and 500. ... (6 replies)
... signs of hypothyroidism. Have you have your TSH, FT4 and FT3 checked. Your TSH level should be around 1 to be optimal. Some doctors will say it is "in range" when they are using the old guidelines. The new guidelines from the AACE are . ... (1 replies)
Mma and ferritin
Nov 10, 2008
... would indicate a Vitamin B12 deficiency. ... (5 replies)
... s on and off with the hypothyroid. I read on the thyroid board that the TSH should be 1.0. Mine rose to 11.8 recently, which may be why I'm feeling so bad. My B12 is normal at 512, I guess. But I'm still trying to deal with the iron as well, and get a ferritin level so I can work with that. ... (12 replies)
... What is the optimal ferritin level to start feeling well again and how long does it usually take to get there with iron supplements? ... (5 replies)
... mgs. I hope to get the TSH down to 1, so I could rule the thyroid issue out if I don't feel better at that level. I've read several places where 1.0 is the level people feel better. But I'm still waiting for my ferritin results from my last doctor. ... (12 replies)
... I ran into the same kind of problem in that I suffer from Fibromyalgia, which has similar symptoms (apart from the not being able to breathe well thing) so I didn't think there was anything additionally wrong with me. Being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia sucks, but teh worst part is that if you have anything else that they can't figure out they think it's... (15 replies)
... ave dehabilated my life in rather an extreme way. So, I have to do all my own research as they don't seem to be interested. I found out on the internet to have optimal health your ferritin levels need to be at least 70. ... (15 replies)
... I know it is within range but I don't know what an optimal number would be. ... (7 replies)
... Sparkles- I was doing some research and found this thread . I see that you have been looking at the ferritin issue for a few months. Have you had any luck in pulling up your ferritin level? You have responded to me on another thread regarding some research. I am hypo(hashis) and have low ferritin. A month into taking the slow fe my tsh jumped up. I really want to get... (12 replies)
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... s optimal for me yet. When it was last checked two months ago, it was 1200. ... (7 replies)
... periods for the past year and have had anemia before when I was a teen. They ran my blood and showed normal Thyroid, B12, white count,red count, but my Ferritin level was at 20 and I have a low vitamin D level at 17. Could this be the reasoning for my issues? ... (3 replies)
... oid meds first. Otherwise two distinctly different things would be happening and we wouldn't be able to tell what is helping and what is hurting. It is more the B12 that concerns me. ... (5 replies)
... been on a prescription tooth paste and also the Sonicare tooth brush for over a year now. I did however read somewhere .... after I found out that I had the Low B12 and Low Ferritin, that one of those deficiencies can cause bleeding gums. I cannot remember which it was .... I'll have to research it to find it again. ... (5 replies)


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