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... I am one of those who never got a satisfactory answer to the hair loss problem. I am being treated for hypothyroid and since I was still extremely fatigued, decided to raise my ferritin levels. ... (21 replies)
... ve seen state that your ferritin should always be above 50. ... (1 replies)
... 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? ... (12 replies)

... on this board, since I first 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)
... I have recently been treated for hypothyroidism after years of symptoms doctors missed, including extreme fatigue. ... (12 replies)
... Heatherx5 has given you good advice to get more labs and in particular Ferritin levels. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. Thanks for all the information. My last ferritin was 11 according to the last hematologist I saw. He never did show me any lab results on paper. This was before April 9, when I had the 2 hr. ... (12 replies)
... reading articles and came across one that talks about the pancreas and malabsorption. I thought of you when I saw that list, you were right there on it. Also, Hypothyroid was on the list too. Very interesting what you may find out there. The only problem is what can you believe? ... (34 replies)
... I just wanted to add that I wish you could find a doc that would help you to get to optimal levels to see if you would feel better and you could enjoy your swimming again. I am a fish too. ... (11 replies)
... Being hypothyroid causes a lowered production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, which leads to malabsorption of iron. ... (9 replies)
... Yes, it does seem that hypo has something to do with malabsorption. I have read it may be something related to stomach acid. So, low ferritin seems to be something found with hypo. ... (34 replies)
... Ooops forgot to answer you thyroid optimum question. I have learned that good clinicians aim for a TSH around 1. It all depends, however, on the free t4 and t3 levels if they are in the just a bit above mid normal range. ... (12 replies)
... I read on a pernicious anemia site that they like to shoot for having serum levels of 800-1000. (12 replies)
... and Hypothyroid and high cholesterol which go hand in hand. ... (34 replies)
... Thanks for your story. From reading around here since I asked my question, I came to see that my serum b12 can be considered low. ... (12 replies)
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... I would seriously pursue the thyroid. I know you are under the magic 3.0 number but, I would have myself tested for the anti thyroid anti bodies, and often if you are diagnosed with autoimmune thyroiditis of Hashimotos disease, then a good dr may start treatment. ... (9 replies)




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