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... I was wondering about taking Vitamin C supplements with my iron supplements. ... (7 replies)
... That depends on what kind of iron supplement you are taking. ... (10 replies)
... were prescribed by my hematologist and I picked them up at the pharmacy counter not OTC so they both came with the normal instruction sheet that you get with a prescription medicine. ... (7 replies)

... Taking an OTC iron pill with a glass of orange juice or a vitamin c tablet can boost the iron absorbsion quite significantly. ... (4 replies)
... mgs daily for the last year minus the times I was ill and couldn't take anything at all. It is available OTC but you have to ask for it at the pharmacy. It also has Vitamin C already added so you don't have to worry about that. ... (3 replies)
... In other words, the Synthroid is supposed to be taken first thing in the morning and I can't take iron until at least 4 hours later. ... (9 replies)
... like an elephant was sitting on me'. I was so tired. I then remembered that I had to take into account my B12 levels and my iron when I went vegan but I was surprised that I was already seeing symptoms so quickly after changing my diet. It was bizarre! ... (6 replies)
... My dr is having me get an RX vitamin D and take OTC iron and b12. I'm supposed to have labs done again in 12 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... The hematologist also wrote that it "typically takes at least 6 months to fully replenish iron stores and that I would need to continue on iron supplementation for at least 6 months. ... (11 replies)
Ferous sulfate
Dec 12, 2006
... It takes a little longer than 2 weeks to rebuild depleted iron stores. Keep taking the iron until your next MD visit or as instructed by your MD. ... (2 replies)
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... yes, zinc, copper and calcium all intefere with iron absorbtion. My dr has me taking my zinc at bedtime. ... (13 replies)
... one up to 41 last time checked that these symptoms have resolved. You probably have gone for years like this with a low ferritin. Also, a low dose of elemental iron as low as you are taking will not replete your iron stores anytime soon. It is way too low. ... (17 replies)
... that mentally I want to get done. I was also diagnosed as borderline anemia back in 1992 when I was in college and had been diagnosed with Mono at the same time. Iron supplements were out of the question because they upset my stomach and , at the time, I could not swallow anything due to the mono. ... (3 replies)
... ief. They do make irons for people like us that are extra sensitive to supplements. If it weren't for my GI doc I wouldn't know about this. He prescribed Poly Iron 150mgs elemental high dose iron. It comes with Vitamin C already added to increase the absorption. ... (7 replies)
Ferrous sulfate
Feb 21, 2008
... the iron. Actually, I think it's time to change your iron supplement then you can take a lesser dose as mentioned or a full dose because if you get one that is suitable to the GI tract you shouldn't have a problem. ... (8 replies)
... Ferrochels, i.e. ferrous bisglycinate chelate, has 40mg of iron, and how much of that is elemental iron is not made clear in their PI. You have to take it several times a day for it to have any kind of a result. ... (2 replies)
... Ive had an Iron of 3 before.My Doctor put me on Ferrance HP,worked miracles. ... (4 replies)
... for 300 capsules, the dose is one a day, prferably with either a glass of orange juice or a vitamin c tablet. ... (15 replies)
... Side effects of iron are very much an individual experience. Depends how sensitive your system is. If you do have them they are usually GI related problems. ... (65 replies)

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