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... I have been anemic since the third trimester of my pregnancy. My daughter is now 18 months old. I took oral iron for 9 months with almost no effect so I was finally referred to a hematologist who advised Iron Iv. ... (0 replies)
... I am allergic to iron. I've been to three hematologists. The first gave me the IV despite my insistence that I've never been able to tolerate oral iron. ... (6 replies)
... I believe what you are having is a reaction to the iron. Some people just get hot flushes when they take the iron supplements other people have stronger reactions. ... (7 replies)

... using Dextran today. They first give you a small amount to see if there is an allergic reaction. If you are going to have a severe reaction, you will have a mild case of it then. ... (2 replies)
Allergy to Iron?
Apr 26, 2005
... one is allergy and the other is adverse reaction. I have adverse reactions to iron supplements in pill form because I get constipation, headaches and stomach pain. ... (3 replies)
... You're not nuts reactions to iron Infusions are very very common. As with iron injections reactions can occur upto and last a few days after infusion. ... (2 replies)
... and get my treatment of Iron infused in through the PICC Line. ... (7 replies)
... I developed hives and was taken off all meds. Hives left after about 1 week and I was put on ferrous fumerate because the drs thought I was allergic to sulfa. Sure enough, hives returned with ferrous fumerate. I have an appt with the dr in a couple days. I am worried that I won't be able to take iron anymore. ... (7 replies)
... I guess I'll just keep looking for another supplement. My grocery store did care a liquid iron prep for children, though not the one you mentioned. ... (6 replies)
... y. I am sure it is possible, but I would think that the binding agents and coatings are a more likely suspect. Before I gave up, I would try the childrens liquid iron and see what happens. ... (6 replies)
... I have never heard of anaphylaxis in connection with oral iron supplements. I guess anything is possible but I would say that it would be a rare occurrence. ... (6 replies)
... I have never heard of people reacting to iron supplements, but I have heard on many occasion that they were allergic to the coating or the fillers that are added. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sure this question has been posted prior, but I'm going to ask again. I am 42 years old and I have MS. I found out a couple of weeks ago that I also have low iron anemia. I went yesterday to my hematoligist for an iron infusion of 500mg to be dosed over a 4 hour period. I was pretreated with benadryl and pepcid. ... (2 replies)
Re; iron infusions
Aug 13, 2005
... hours. Venofer is also given several times until the iron stores are up to a desired level. ANY of these drugs can cause reactions but that's why you'll be under constant medical supervision during the IV. ... (13 replies)
... Taking mega doses of iron orally and so far nothing has helped. Seeing a hematologist and she is suggesting iron infusions. Will ask her why not try injections 1st, before going straight to the infusions. ... (7 replies)
... y practice together you will receive treatment wherever your doctor administers Chemo. My Dr. has a complete treatment facility in his office so I was given the iron there. They are fully prepared for any emergencies. IV iron has to be administered slowly so they can monitor your body for any possible reactions. ... (7 replies)
... what high dose iron has worked for any of you? ... (1 replies)
... time, in fact my ferratin level is 2.6 and I was finally referred to a hemotologist. I had no idea what to expect, and when I went in, they told me I needed the iron infusion. I was really scared after they told me all the risks, but I went through with it. ... (1 replies)
... I was admitted into a 23 hour care placement. It was on the oncology floor and I spent approximately 14 hours from admission to discharge. It was considered an outpatient admission by the insurance company but had all the facilities for unforseen crisis. (7 replies)
... Hi all! thanks for replying. I meet with my hematologist dometime next week. I am pretty worried about maybe having to get iron through IV. ... (7 replies)

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