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... There is a clear difference between Ferrous Sulfate, Ferrous Gluconate, Ferrous Fumarate, and Polysaccharide Iron Complex. Jonnstar's statement is partly true, but not hardly. ... (11 replies)
... range. I was told to supplement iron until there is no blood loss or I stop taking PPI's which I cannot. So, there is a reason that you are losing iron and you need to discover that cause. Whether it is from your cycle or what. Next, I would supplement at least with a multivitamin, if you haven't already. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know about other malabsorptions. I do know that I am taking a PPI that reduces stomach acids and that would then reduce absorption of iron. I will look into the other things you mentioned. ... (21 replies)

... say that I had stomach pain was an understatement. It was more like pain in my throat so bad that I wanted to stop eating altogether. I am changing the type of iron that I am taking and moving to a different PPI for the reflux as well. We'll see how it goes. ... (21 replies)
... Welcome to the Anemia Board!!! ... (1 replies)
... is the most common type of anemia and it has many reasons. ... (7 replies)
... If you are like me, and suffer from severe GERD, and cannot do without your PPI med, then you will also have to get your iron from a different route. I get IV iron infusions every 6 months or so when my Hgb and ferritin levels drop. Anyone with concerns of anemia who also takes these PPI's should discuss this with your doc! ... (11 replies)
... and iron for iron def. If you have both you need to treat both. I will give you an example, for myself, I take PPI's that can cause some malabsorption. ... (9 replies)
Nov 27, 2008
... not clear enough. Although it is not as bad as it could be, it is not good!! Some people come on here and are very scared, don't know what the severity of there anemia is so I tell them exactly. Anemia symptoms DO NOT always correlate with the HGB value. ... (8 replies)
... My apologies, but I have to respectfully disagree with jonnstar. Twinlab Daily One with iron has a carbonyl iron that is dependent on gastric acid to be absorbed. Therefore taking this supplement with a PPI is not a good idea. ... (11 replies)
... that was from taking ferris sulfate. I had to discontinue iron until healed and then resume low dose iron that was not enough and my blood dropped from 12.9 to 10.8 low with a 6 ferritin, until I had a procedure to stop blood loss. ... (10 replies)
... and iron anemia. If all three conditions are not corrected, you will have symptoms of shortness of breath, tiredness, etc. ... (5 replies)
... I completely agree with Christine on all points that she brings up. I would like to add that your anemia is mild, so it shouldn't take you too long to build up the Hgb to get to those high levels that Christine is talking about storing more Ferritin. ... (8 replies)
... Ill try to help because I know how you feel. I have some unexplained anemia too and I know how scary it can be. ... (1 replies)
... to join us. It is a little unusual for a young male to be diagnosed with IDA so it is good that your doctor is scheduling the colonoscopy. If your ferritin and iron are low it can mean that you are losing blood somewhere through internal bleeding so that is what he wants to check out. ... (11 replies)
... and have periods in general. You have to take in more iron than is being lost. ... (24 replies)
... What's amazing is that I also developed anemia 3 years after going on nexium. I had to take iron supplements 2 X a week for 6 months to get it back up. Now I am reducing it to 2 X a month to see if it stays up. ... (12 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)
... Hi. After bloodwork a few months ago, my doctor advised that my red blood cell count was low due to iron deficiency. I've never had this before. I do eat a lot of red meat, dark chocolate and a lot of other iron rich foods. ... (1 replies)

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