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Iron Injections
Oct 6, 2008
... I was like you and was not able to tolerate iron such as Ferris Sulfate. ... (3 replies)
... Also as Charlene mentioned, the type of iron supplement you take makes a difference. ... (5 replies)
... I was unable to tolerate ferris sulfate and had to go off iron supplements for a while. Next, my GI doc prescribed a wonderful iron for me. It is a Polysaccharide Iron Complex. ... (1 replies)

... Thanks soooo much for all of the suggestions. I recently went back to my doc and told him about the poly iron 150 and also a slow release iron tablet. Since I live in Canada, he had no idea of the Poly Iron 150. ... (3 replies)
... I too took 300mgs of Poly Iron for 1 year and then went down to 1 daily for the rest of my life as long as I am on PPI's that are inhibiting iron intake. The reason I had to take it double the first year was due to my menstrual cycle being heavy. My numbers didn't come up until I had an ablation. ... (2 replies)
... as Vitamin C already added so you don't have to worry about that. My year script just ran out so I had to ask at the pharmacy and they tried to sell it to me as Poly Iron Forte form, but I realized it on the spot. ... (3 replies)
... I was wondering about taking Vitamin C supplements with my iron supplements. ... (7 replies)
... What is the strongest OTC iron out there? ... (13 replies)
... As for my iron supplements, I take Poly iron caps 150 2X daily. This was prescribed from the GI doc due to stomach upset and related symptoms. It is also OTC you just ask for Poly Iron. ... (14 replies)
... You are correct about FS this is why I take a Poly Iron 150 a Poly Saccharide form of iron that is meant for long term usage. ... (8 replies)
... diagnosed iron deficiency issue herself. She's had the problem for almost a year and a half now. The Dr's tried every iron pill under the sun and all it did was get her sick. They finally resorted to giving her iron IV's. ... (3 replies)
... article saying that PPI's do not inhibit absorption of iron then the next clearly does. I think that there are a couple of KEY things to remember when discussing PPI's. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! First, know that you have to take in a larger amount of iron than is lost for whatever reason. Are you having a history of heavy periods? ... (17 replies)
... First of all in my opinion, and this is only my take on things. I think that the Slow Fe is way too low of a dose of iron to be taking, IF your iron and stores are low as you stated and with a 10. ... (5 replies)
... some places believe in iron injections, others do not. ... (3 replies)
... Ferris Sulfate comes in 325mg which gives you 65mgs of elemental iron in each dose, 195mgs of iron daily if taken 3X. To correct iron deficiency I have read that you need at least 200mgs daily, if it is tolerable for you. Ferris Sulfate is harsh and hard to tolerate for many. ... (11 replies)
Iron Dosage
May 1, 2010
... e heart, just as one example. It has been documented that people that are anemic are at risk, shall I say nicely, for other events to happen. You can take more iron most likely under the supervision of your doctor, but it will take at least a couple months to build your Hgb to safe levels. ... (1 replies)
... s 195 mgs of elemental iron. I took 300 mgs of iron, Poly Iron 150 2 X daily. I have read for Iron Deficiency Anemia you need at least 200mgs of iron daily. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! Since you have been DX'ed with IDA, you now need to stop any blood loss which equals iron loss. It would be a good idea to discuss your heavy periods with your GYN. You should also see your PCP to be sure there are not other reasons for blood loss. ... (20 replies)
... Right For Your Blood Type," after you may possibly fix the ferritin. That title is correct, you really need to eat right for your blood!! You should also do an iron panel to see how much iron you absorb. A low ferritin will throw off many other things in the body one effects the other. ... (8 replies)




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