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Ferritin level
Aug 2, 2009
... is it your ferritin which is 4? ... (1 replies)
... p going in to have iron infusion. I had 4 over two weeks and then waited 4 weeks to have my blood drawn. I am now waiting for the reults from my Hematologist. My Ferritin was 17 and that was after taking Repliva for 3 months! I eat more red meet and I like raw spinach. I eat cereal like total and anything that says iron. ... (34 replies)
... I also wanted to add, just because you are eating a lot of iron doesn't mean that it's going to go to your ferritin. Your ferritin are you stores. Your body is going to put the iron where it needs to go. ... (4 replies)

... Is it possible to get iron overload if you keep taking iron supplement for a long time to raise your ferritin, while your serum iron level is within the range or even high? ... (6 replies)
... mg 2x a day dont seem like enough to raise your ferritin.I ended up with iron ivs because I couldnt do it on my own I also take ppis for my stomach. ... (12 replies)
... likes you have a wonderful Dr. A normal hemoglobin does not mean you are not anemic, I can't stress this enough. You can be anemic and have a normal hemoglobin. Ferritin detects anemia at early stages. ... (2 replies)
... p the b12 injeciton, she said I needed to be taking iron pills with my ferritin level at 15, gave me some ferrous sulfate 325 and I am suppose to be taking it 3 times a day with meals and vit c blah blah. ... (10 replies)
... just keep taking the iron for a few more months until your ferritin is above 50 or so. apparently it is not possible to raise ferritin from zero to normal levels in a very quick AND safe way. ... (1 replies)
... Actually you sound like you may be an easier case of anemia because of multiple births. You probably didn't raise your ferritin enough in between births and along with heavy periods you eventually bottom out, but it takes years. ... (2 replies)
... Tips to raise ferritin, iron iron and more iron. Followed by lots of iron enriched foods. Ferritin isn't something that is going to just shoot right up either. At least from my experience and watching the ladies numbers on the boards. ... (4 replies)
... ow how the extended release works other than it is usually released at times apart from one another. Probably a better chance of absorption. So in order to get your ferritin stores up quickly there are a few things you first need to do. ... (3 replies)
... Heather, Thanks so much for the reply. I have been taking iron Ferrous Fumarate 325 twice a day. Which iron do you take? Vonda (15 replies)
... Your ferritin is low. Ferritin 19. ... (15 replies)
... But with a high normal being 291, my 24 still seems very low. I read where another woman took iron when her ferritin dipped below 70. ... (4 replies)
... I thought that your body lost its ability to make enough red blood cells only after it used up most of your ferritin. ... (3 replies)
Ferritin question
Dec 19, 2008
... I don't know it's hard to say really. That is a rather drastic amount to raise in such a short time. Some people do go up real quick, and other's do not. ... (4 replies)
... Your transferrin saturation is almost like a mirror of the ferritin. While the other numbers are volatile, the saturation percentage is almost like a ferritin reading. It is how much of the transferrin protein that is saturated with iron. In your case, it's not a lot. ... (7 replies)
... don't pay attention to your serum iron. This measures iron in the bloodstream and can go up and down all day long. ... (5 replies)
... Hi everyone, I am new to this site but have lingered here long enough to want to post my own issues. I believe that my low ferritin is causing me to have an array of symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... is caused by a low ferritin either. If you were anemic right now, along with a low ferritin it may very well be the cause. One way to know is as your ferritin begins to raise, see if your symptoms resolve, if not then check further. ... (4 replies)

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