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... to you or anyone else on this board and listening to what my doctor says, but unfortunately this is my third doctor and tbh they don't take much notice with low ferritin levels and don't know alot about it this side of the planet. ... (15 replies)
... So sorry to hear about your not feeling well. I, too, have very low ferritin levels like you. ... (11 replies)
... ated wisely from the onset can get worse. When you go visit your doctor, he will tell you the key component in addressing anemia is how much "elemental iron" the iron product has and how much of it can be absorbed by its carrier component, i.e. iron salt, gastroferrin, etc. ... (6 replies)

... I think the anemia section needs a thread like this for those suffering from both thyroid and low iron levels. ... (80 replies)
... All of your symptoms sound like low iron, including the dizzy balance thing... I have all the same as you and am tryin gto build my stores up. My ferritin was a 1... ... (9 replies)
... It could be that those particular iron supplements just don't agree with you. ... (16 replies)
... I am very concerned and confused as to what this means. my iron level came back within range which confuses me even more. ... (3 replies)
... left. So the new Dr. ran the fasting tests and everything was pretty much in normal range or very close except FERRITIN. So now he has decided to put me on the prescription iron. I just started it yesterday. ... (14 replies)
... I'm curious what kind of iron supplements did you take. If you took the OTC stuff and your anemic the OTC stuff is useless. ... (6 replies)
... Hello all. This is my first post here. I recently had a routine physical done and a couple red flags came up with the result. A) I was Vitamin D deficient B) I was anemic After additional tests for the anemia, I got these results in: (3 replies)
Ferritin going up
Dec 31, 2008
... icient digestive enzymes provided by my pancreas. Looking back, i think my ferretin began climbing faster once my digestive enzymes took effect. My enzymes are prescription only. Years ago i had tried over the counter enzymes but they weren't too effective. I think they are more for people with minor problems. ... (26 replies)
... and folic acid. They are prescription pills though. ... (10 replies)
... I didn't even get a prescription for mine as it was 7.40 for a months worth - but my GP suggested the chemist at Tesco. They sell pots of 200 for about 6 x (4 replies)
... Hi Audrey-B: In testing my hormones, they are all within normal range for a menopausal woman; that being prog/estrogen/test + <0. etc. I thought my hair loss was due to my hormones because it started at the onset of menopause, so I asked my gyno to put me on HRT. I am on the 0.50 Vivelle.dot patch and Prometrium, however I have not noticed any change in my hair. So... (14 replies)
... anemia, and the symptoms list was basically describing my life, so I made an appointment at the dermatologist expecting them to send me on my way with some iron supplements, and I would be fixed! ... (2 replies)
... I called my rheumatologist's office today to see what my iron study and MMA blood result was. ... (2 replies)
Hematologist Appt.
Jun 13, 2012
... Nurse called to tell me my Ferritin levels were low and I need an iron supplement. ... (2 replies)
... That is your iron stores. If your ferritin is low, it means you need to bump up your iron intake. ... (3 replies)
... I disagree with your doctor. People's iron levels have dropped quickly after surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. ... (4 replies)
... sents, many other things follow. So don't be alarmed by that. It scares many people when they see this. I cannot believe your numbers, they are really low. A ferritin of 2 means you have no iron stores, they are depleted, which in turn causes the anemia to develop. So, you basically have a negative iron balance. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, b12, ferritin, ferritin level, folic acid, hematologist, iron deficiency anemia

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