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... I also have had my bouts of Anemia, low ferritin, low D, low B12 over the past few years due to losing a lot of blood every month from my period. ... (8 replies)
... not bother to test my iron levels, so about about 6 wks before my last child was due, I went to a primary doctor to be tested. He tested my iron and it was very low and had me start a prescription iron pill with other vitamins added. ... (6 replies)
... Welcome to the Anemia Board! ... (8 replies)

... now. Our ferritin levels have all come up but we all MUST take iron every day. ... (14 replies)
... have this to some degree or the other. I, too, have this. They thought my grandfather had nerve damage from undiagnosed pernicious anemia. ... (3 replies)
... There can be more than one reason for anemia or low numbers or even several. ... (48 replies)
... the first four have had low ferritin, the first starting 8 years ago. I have always been suspicion of malabsorpion, always looking for answers. One daughter was as low as 16 ferritin. ... (16 replies)
... If your B12 is low this is VERY serious. ... (3 replies)
Pernicious Anemia
Mar 21, 2008
... idn't think it was MS, but offered to refer me to a specialist if I wanted. She ordered some blood work, but NOT a CBC. The only thing abnormal on the test was low potassium, which is what she thought caused my leg cramps. She told me to start taking potassium. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor said anemia with Def b12 is normally an obsorption issue, like celiac. Don't cut glutton until u have ruled out celiac. ... (1 replies)
... all anaemia symptoms but low b12 and anxiety symtpoms too!!! ... (10 replies)
... I'm just assuming my levels are low because of the Crohn's. ... (1 replies)
... and make sure you're folic acid and ferritin is tested as well. These are all things that need to be present to help your body heal. ... (48 replies)
... ich 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. I told him it was too good to be true, though. ... (23 replies)
... 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)
... ne that understands how I feel. I've had some really shakey spells lately at work and have had trouble staying awake while driving to work. I found out that my ferritin results came back at 20 but my hemoglobin is normal. I think my doctor thinks that my fatigue is due to depression but I really don't think so. ... (2 replies)
... I read on a pernicious anemia site that they like to shoot for having serum levels of 800-1000. (12 replies)
... but severely low at 68. And.... ... (24 replies)
... As I was reading the thread, I was thinking that you definately have B12 anemia, then I saw your hematoligst diagnosed it. As to whether it is pernicious or not can be determined by a test for the intrinsic factor, indicating that it is PA, which is an autoimmune disease, btw. Did you have the test? ... (22 replies)
... I am new to this board and trying to find answers. I have many symptoms of anemia and have had blood work done that proves I am anemic. ... (24 replies)


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