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... Do you know why your ferritin is low? ... (9 replies)
... Because you are female, you should know your ferritin count, especially in your case it is two fold, 1 being HH and 2nd being blood donation. Donating blood lowers the ferritin. Does your sister have phlebotomies? ... (1 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. And recently a fish out of water because I can't find a good pool. ... (11 replies)

... I read on a pernicious anemia site that they like to shoot for having serum levels of 800-1000. (12 replies)
... iron storage depletion, iron deficient and iron deficiency anemia. Note the end stage of the ferritin stores is anemia. ... (2 replies)
... treatment due to inadequate care by conventional medical practitioners. These optimal results are from years of patients experimenting, finding out what works best for them, and compiling the results from there. ... (28 replies)
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... xtreme fatigue. After thyroid hormone 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. ... (12 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)
... I have low iron too, all though my ferritin is up to mid 20s and I still feel like death. Optimal levels for ferritin are above 50. Ferritin is the most accurate indication of the iron you have stored in your body. Serum Iron isn't the best indicator but yours is low. ... (6 replies)
... If you look at your lab ranges, you will see normal results for your 12 yr old. If you do not have a copy I would suggest asking for one for your own reference. Below, I have posted normal results ONLY for ~Iron studies~ for females and children of the age in question. Hope this helps. You should find out what the ~optimal~ results are for each of these as well by... (2 replies)
... I was having stomach issues with Iron even though I was taking the Easy Iron kind. Then I read about Slow Iron on these boards. I bought some from our local Walmart. It has 45 mg of Iron and doesn't upset my stomach at all. No nausea too. It's worth trying I think and only costs like $4 for 30 tablets. (5 replies)
... Hi, I am a 27 year old male and have MS. I learnt i had LOW red cell count, LOW white cell count , lymphocyte count and borderline low haemoglobin, my serum ferritin levels were quite low too: White cell count = 3.8 10*9L - Range = 4 - 11 Red cell count = 4.18 10*12L Range = 4.5 - 6.5 Mean compusc. haemoglobin (MCH) = 32.5 pg range = 27 - 32 (5 replies)
... I disagree with your doctor. People's iron levels have dropped quickly after surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. ... (4 replies)
... Your doctor is correct in saying that your iron is great with the exception of your ferritin levels. This needs to be raised at least to 50 minimum for health and even much higher for optimal levels. ... (1 replies)
... If you have already been supplementing, your results will be skewed. You may have lots of b12 in your blood, raising the serum b12 and negative the MMA test. ... (18 replies)
... HGB 14 and RBC 4.55, these are the tests used to determine anemia. Your daughter's numbers are well within range. The Ferritin is the one to be concerned with. Also her Iron saturation looks a little on the low end to me. ... (4 replies)
... It is curious how it all fits together. When I got my ferritin into a better area, my thyroid numbers looked better, apparently you can do better on the conversion from t4 to t3 with iron levels that are healthier. ... (44 replies)
... said he worried if any womans hcg gets below a 10, even if they don't feel any different, that their tissues were being deprived of needed oxygen, to operate at optimal levels. ... (16 replies)


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