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... From what I can deduce even though my levels have gone up it doesn't appear to be enough. Although I'm not feeling any worse I'm certainly not feeling any better. ... (8 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)
... out the bleeding gums thing .... the Dentist said that I have some gingivitis, and so I have been on a prescription tooth paste and also the Sonicare tooth brush for over a year now. I did however read somewhere .... ... (5 replies)

... B has very good advice for you! I hear the passion in her tone even!!! ... (10 replies)
... I would like to understand whether there is a valid cause for concern and if so, it is important for me to investigate the cause of this. ... (3 replies)
... I have recently been treated for hypothyroidism after years of symptoms doctors missed, including extreme fatigue. ... (12 replies)
... Since you are going to see a new dr, you will likely need "proof" that you need b12 shots. In this case, it is best not to supplement before you have the labs. ... (18 replies)
... My B12 has been running between 450 and 500. ... (6 replies)
... uestion 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)
... The other reason for higher ferretin levels being much better for you is also backed up by a Dr John Lee, who is Australia's leading thyroid researcher. ... (2 replies)
... I just read your post about your peripheral neuropathy and I do not know if you still visit here. My burning feet seem to be due to declining hormone levels and iron deficiency. I am hoping that you have found something that helps you. You mentioned that you are also dealing with a B12 deficiency. ... (0 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. Of course, all that is really important is how you feel, even if the labs differ.... ... (12 replies)
... This really became a outlet for him and anything that was wrong. When I did get out, I still felt badly about myself for years. I met someone wonderful, but still had image issues. I had gastric bypass surgery. I am completly happy with it, I am much healthier for having it. ... (16 replies)
... pecially if you have a doctor who doesn't put much stock into Fibromyalgia. My anemia brought me dangerously close to a heart attack or stroke and if it weren't for a standard blood test for something else it would have been missed entirely. ... (15 replies)
B12?
Mar 17, 2009
... optimal for you. It would be very helpful to have those numbers and then you could post them here and see if anything stands out. ... (44 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. ... (12 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)
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... 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)


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