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... My gp was of no help, he didn't even notice that my ferritin levels were so low. I visited a dermatologist and she was hopeless too and said it was only stress and that my hair looked healthy and it would grow back. ... (9 replies)
... I'm not sure what you are meaning when you say iron level. ... (1 replies)
... Are you concerned about iron overload? ... (1 replies)

... and higher for optimal health. ... (4 replies)
... All these went away once I got my levels up to 78. ... (9 replies)
... tability, exercise intolerance, palor, insomnia, etc., etc. And all this despite my thyoroid and adrenals being well treated. All these went away once I got my levels up to 78. Also, make sure to check your kids' ferritin if you're low. ... (9 replies)
... Your body will always try to its best to keep your hematocrit and hemoglobin levels at good levels, it isn't until your stores are completely gone that your body just won't be able to keep them up. ... (7 replies)
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Aug 3, 2014
... I was sick several times last year and think it took a toll bc my iron was already low. As a women, my periods are to blame, but I was trying to go veg when all this started. ... (1 replies)
... hyroid causes a lowered production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, which leads to malabsorption of iron. You have to have acid in the stomach to convert the iron to be absorbed in the small intestine. ... (9 replies)
... Here are the results from about 3 weeks ago. IRON 128 37 - 170 mcg/dl TIBC 418 240 - 430 mcg/dl % SATURATION, CALC. 31 15 - 50 % My TSH was checked as well. It is 1.127. (4 replies)
Saw hematologist
Feb 10, 2009
... 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. ... (9 replies)
... as she feels it might be down to my ferritin levels but then in the same breath says that is nothing to be concerned with. Basically I should take high strength iron for a few months but wasn't even going to tell me about it because it is not important! ... (5 replies)
... Just wanted to add, from what I have found for women, optimal levels are Iron 110 TIBC lower 1/4 of reference range Sat % 35% Ferritin 70-90 (4 replies)

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