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... The only thing that gets me going is the 'energy pill' Nubvigil and she said she could raise that dose. ... (3 replies)
... will they go back to normal if I raise my iron? ... (0 replies)
... saturation 4, and ferritin 6.7. My doctor now has me taking ferrous sulfate 325mg 2x a day. ... (1 replies)

Apr 21, 2010
... difficult to raise ferritin, hormone problems, menstrual problems, digestive problems, low vitamin D. ... (44 replies)
... to check and see whether you have a thyroid autoimmune disease. These are more common than people think. A lot of people with thyroid issues have difficult to raise ferritin and hypothyroid people seem to put on weight without doing anything different. ... (8 replies)
Aug 15, 2009
... Hi moommin - i hope too that your iron levels rise now too. So you are actually going through menopause? I hate to sound like a broken record, but i gather you have had your entire thyroid panel checked and the doctors didn't simply say "fine" or "within range". The reason i ask is that a lot of times thyroid issues appear during hormonal shifts eg: puberty, pregnancy and... (6 replies)
... months my ferritin level drops very low and then my hemoglobin drops.! The Dr's have checked me for everything to see were I am loosing the blood. ... (63 replies)
Jun 10, 2009
... I say raise both levels and you will feel like a new girl! ... (44 replies)
Saw hematologist
Feb 10, 2009
... No, you are not anemic, as you already know. However, you are low in the Hgb as far as being optimal, a women should be at 14.0 Hgb. You would be feeling much better at that range. ... (9 replies)
Sooooooo dizzy
Jan 16, 2009
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... not back yet but I am assuming that since the B12 has gone from 324 to 503 that the MMA will be good as well or is it possible that even though I have managed to raise the B12 level that the MMA would still show a deficiency? ... (7 replies)
Jun 28, 2007
... I was wondering what you meant by your comment regarding neurological damage. I am 56 and I was misdiagnosed for too long and my B12 was in the 100's and I do have permanent damage which is very painful - I am trying to learn so I can educate both myself and the Dr. Thanks for any advice, info, websites...etc. Much appreciation! (7 replies)
Jun 16, 2007
... levels checked because if you are low in any one of them, it will take longer to raise your B12 level. ... (7 replies)
Nov 29, 2006
... They have a tendency to have lower Hgb. I had a hgb of 8 and it took months and several iv iron to raise my levels to a 10. ... (4 replies)
... If you are in the US, the standard protocol for treating bleeding ulcer is prescribing a prescription strength acid pump inhibitor such as Previd or Nexium. If a culture indicates H.Pylori they will some times prescribe an intravenous antibiotic. Standard instructions on gastric erosions are no alcohol, no smoking, and avoid aspirin or other over the counter medications that... (3 replies)
... I saw the hematologist today and was diagnosed as having micro. anemia. My rdw is high and iron, iron sat., ferritin, and hgb is low with a high TIBC. He sdays that because the TIBC is high, it is suggestive of either iron deficiency or blood loss as opposed to AOCD. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm new here so I hope this is the way to post! I am low on iron, so I took iron pills. Went back for another blood test and found the ferritin level was even lower. Any suggestion or comments regarding the causes of this. Also, how can I raise this myself? ... (10 replies)

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