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... I have a ferritin level of 38 and low range rbc, hemoglobin and hematocrit. So far my dr. has advised ferrous sulfate one time a day. I am taking slow fe. ... (9 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 HIGHLY recommend those dealing with low ferritin to read the book, "Stop the Thyroid Madness" by Janie Bowthorpe. ... (9 replies)

... Also, make sure to check your kids' ferritin if you're low. ... (9 replies)
... Did you have the heart palpitations that make you have to catch your breath? Do you know how to get rid of those while iron is built up? I can live with every other symptom but that one is scary! (14 replies)
... A ferritin level below 40 will cause all of these problems...including...hair loss. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, thanks so much for your reply! It does help. I have been this way for nearly two years with digestive issues and my iron has been dropping along with it. :( I am pretty health conscious and follow a mostly plant based diet. I've been told a lot throughout all of this that my iron being low was due to not eating enough meat, I still do eat chicken sometimes but do not eat... (6 replies)
... d are bound to get anemic very soon. Trying supplementing with some gentle iron and take vitamin C with it. Also, if you take any antacids they will inhibit iron absorption too, so you may want to lay off them if you do. ... (6 replies)
... is optimal Hgb count for females. I would try to get to that mark. ... (3 replies)
... thing about that is, you can get your numbers up fairly soon IF you take in more iron than you are losing. You don't say what your stores are that would be your Ferritin number. ... (5 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)
... You don't have to worry about the ferritin being high for a very long time. ... (6 replies)
... lower limit, and the highest person's result became the upper. Now, I'm not sure if that's exactly how it works, but it does make sense in light of how huge the ferritin scale is. ... (2 replies)
... k for you. I would want to know if the Hgb was on the low end range because it makes a GREAT difference in absorbing into the ferritn and your over all health. Optimal Hgb for females would be 14 Hgb and 12 is lowest end range or 11.5. You also have to be at a normal Hgb for a period of time to roll over into the ferritin. ... (5 replies)
... I am curious for different reasons. Just to let you know an optimal target for Hgb for females is 14. ... (2 replies)
... I meant my ferritin rose high, then dropped in a 6 week period, then rose up high again in the next 6 weeks, then dropped again in the next 6 weeks. ... (19 replies)
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May 28, 2008
... is somewhere around 500 now, but with a low ferritin remaining. I'm sure you have read 200 is the bottom where the doctors will treat you with injections. ... (4 replies)
... sounds like she does not care much if your levels are not in optimal ranges? ... (1 replies)
... on your dietary iron for now. Make sure you are eating good meat sources of iron because they absorb better than the vegetable sources. You can mix the two for optimal absorption. Also, add vitamin C whenever you are eating iron and keep calcium out of your stomach when you are trying to absorb iron. ... (4 replies)
... Your saturation is still within normal range, low but normal. I am very jealous of how well your Ferritin has gone up but in my opinion it's still low enough to cause the brain foggy and fatigue effects. ... (2 replies)


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