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... 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)
... a proton pump inhibitor which reduces the production of stomach acid, is said to interfere with the absorption of dietary iron. ... (7 replies)
... My doctor suggested I take the PPI in the evening to avoid coughing and choking at night. ... (7 replies)

... C increases iron absorption. ... (9 replies)
... When taking iron supplements you should try taking them on an empty stomach. ... (15 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)
... You want your Hgb to get to 14 to be optimal. And of course to fill your iron stores, but you want to do that without iron overloading. ... (6 replies)
... I've been anemic for sometime and have periodic iron nfusions. I've never had a reaction of any kind to this kind of treatment. ... (6 replies)
... So, I've been on the iron supplements for 3 months now. I'm still having serious issues with the iron supplements binding me up. I ended up on a quadruple dose of Miralax to help balance things and that is messing me up even more. ... (6 replies)
... That is EXACTLY what the pharmacist told me today, when I asked her about the Nexium and the iron deficiency. ... (8 replies)
... or 8 years. My GI suspects they may hamper absorption. There is a small piece of literature on the internet that proves that people did not absorb supplemental iron while on PPI but once the PPI was removed, iron absorption occurred. So, during all this time, I have been on the PPI. ... (8 replies)
... I would wait for your doctors guidance as to what course of action to take and not begin anything until prescribed. Iron should be taken 1 hr before or 2 hrs after a meal and 2 hrs apart from PPI's. If taken with food absorption is decreased by up to 50-66%. Also, 3 hrs apart from any calcium supplements. PPI (Protonix, Nexium, Zegrid, Kapadex and such) decrease... (20 replies)
... Ferrous Sulfate is an iron salt and it will interfere with absorption while on a PPI, Proton Pump Inhibitor, i.e. Prilosec. ... (11 replies)
... Well, your wife certainly has iron deficiency anemia. ... (6 replies)
... which has tannins that inhibit absorption of iron or I sometimes drank red wine with my meals. Calcium also inhibits iron i.e., when adding milk to cereals. This in no way wipes out ALL iron but does inhibit iron absorption. ... (7 replies)
... I doc for a check up due to GERD and he said, it was ridiculous a 41 ferritin in a years time. He also went on to say that I was clearly having malabsorption of iron due to the long term use of PPI's and said to remain on iron the rest of my life. ... (5 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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... My ferritin was a 5, my iron was a 25 , my saturation level was a 5 and quite a few other levels were either high or low. ... (10 replies)
... There haven't been any studies done on it, but your stomach must have acid in it to absorb iron, calcium, and B12. Inhibiting that process with the PPI drugs, can reduce your absorption of all these minerals. I have reduced my Prilosec usage all month and am having my iron checked this Tuesday. ... (1 replies)




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