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... thank you for your response. I finally had a myoectomy in april and they removed 12 fibroids. That was the culprit of all the bleeding and low iron levels, low ferritin etc.... Now i am still vitamin deficient so i am assuming with very low b12 that is why i feel so exhausted all the time. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for your advice. My daughter's ferritin level is 9 and her platelet count is 444. I guess I have to demand that my daughter be given an appointment with a hematologist. ... (3 replies)
... e thought I had prenicious anemia. I was definitely anemic, but my MCV levels were in the normal range which usually wasn't the case. I was hopeful. I got home and was amazed at all the symptoms. My husband and I both were amazed that I had almost every symptom of pernicious anemia listed. We were both so excited. ... (23 replies)

... My B12 took two years of injections every week before it came up and it never has been up much above what they call normal level. My pernicious anemia is not stable so I go in every 6 weeks for blood level and continue to give myself an injection every two weeks, better than everyday like it was for years. ... (14 replies)
... My B12 took two years of injections every week before it came up and it never has been up much above what they call normal level. My pernicious anemia is not stable so I go in every 6 weeks for blood level and continue to give myself an injection every two weeks, better than everyday like it was for years. ... (14 replies)
Ferritin level
Mar 12, 2009
... You feel well because you have enough iron in circulation and you are not anemic at all with a 15 Hgb. Your ferritin is what is low and that can take up to a year to replete. This means you have no iron stores which is a reserve for whenever the body needs iron. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I had my appointment with my hematologist on Monday. I spent MAYBE 5 minutes with him, I was furious!! He rushed in and rushed out so quickly I wasn't able to remember any questions I had wanted to ask him. ... (74 replies)
... around 400 CAN present symptoms although docs say 200 is normal. Craving strange non food substances and hair loss are related to iron. ... (48 replies)
... The reason they give you folate with iron is because it helps you to absorb the iron. I do have Hashimoto's and your blood labs are very indicative of Hashimoto's. Ferritin of 2 is terrible and if you aren't having horrible symptoms, I would be surprised. ... (24 replies)
Good News!!!!!
Nov 7, 2007
... Hello all. I just got back from my appointment with the Hematologist. Last week when I was there he tested me for Pernicious Anemia. ... (5 replies)
... For the past 11 years i have ben sufering from worsoning symptoms of anemia. It started as tiredness and over the years has gotten steadily worse. Now my symptoms are.... ... (2 replies)
... God is still in the miracle working business. Find a church that believes in God's healing miracles and ask for prayer! ... (28 replies)
... I have looked everywhere for an explanation and can't seem to find answers that make sense. I have been told I was anemic all of my life. ... (2 replies)
... I am not sure whether taking extra B12 can increase ferritin or not. I read somewhere that it might, but it wasn't a credible source. ... (3 replies)
... assured me that it should be 'nothing to worry about' and it was under further investigation. There is no history of thyroid problems in my family. The only thing is anemia on my mother's side. ... (15 replies)
... If it weren't for the arthritis symptoms I've experienced over the last 6 months and my injured shoulder and some second half of the day fatigue, I never would have gone to the doctor at all. ... (6 replies)
... lthough the GP doesn't always tell me what's being tested, only that the tests are normal! I know that I've been tested for rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and OVP. ... (3 replies)
... I can't remember all the details, something about lesions on an MRI that were misinterpreted. At any rate, your B12 is very low, and it will take awhile to get it to where you're feeling better. You might do well to take the sublingual B12 tablets as well. ... (48 replies)
... I was hoping someone would be able to give me some advice. I would be really grateful as I am unsure what to do next and do not know any doctors who have lots of experience in this specific area. ... (3 replies)
Possible Anemia
Oct 9, 2005
... done, a ferritin level and possibly a B12 abd folate. ... (5 replies)


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