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... yes you could have low ferritin with normal serum iron and normal hemoglobin, called a latent iron deficiency. ... (7 replies)
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... then it was raised too much , I went hyper. ... (11 replies)

Low Ferritin
Feb 23, 2007
... For people with ferritin 20 and under, do you feel any affects because of it? ... (49 replies)
... Yes it's possible to have a ferritin that low. With anemia ferritin is one of the first things that will start dropping. Low ferritin causes many many side effects, a lot of the ones you have listed. I had a couple episodes with my vision as well. ... (3 replies)
... of course a low ferritin level will suggest this too, but I read in some articles that sTFR can be an even better marker. ... (19 replies)
... and up being optimal. Anything under the bottom range is considered too low by the medical profession, however, a low range ferritin is not good either. It is the iron stored in the bone marrow and organs for later use. Whenever there is not enough the stores are called upon. ... (4 replies)
... I was doing some research and found this thread . I see that you have been looking at the ferritin issue for a few months. Have you had any luck in pulling up your ferritin level? ... (12 replies)
... Fantastic results! Really please for you (50 replies)
... Well I finally got my labs done since having my ablation. I'm going to show you my start and my recent. I will continue taking iron till my ferritin reaches close to 200 so this is no where near the end for me. Alot of people were wondering about the hairloss issue. ... (50 replies)
... So my ferritin was slightly higher but my serum iron actually decreased. I had a 24 hour saliva test, CMP, CBC, vit D, differential done but they were all normal. ... (0 replies)
... C and a period! That's enough to drain you and your ferritin for sure. I would just work on one thing at a time. First the Hgb getting it raised and replacing the ferritin, sounds like you need another IV if you can handle that. Your symptoms sound like that of low ferritin and Hgb. ... (3 replies)
... HCT only raised maybe 0.5 to 9. ... (0 replies)
... I just found out in March that my Ferritin level was low, 6. ... (19 replies)
... I think that you will feel much better if you get more iron. I now take 150 mgs of elemental iron daily to replenish ferritin stores, was on 300mgs when anemic. ... (34 replies)
... very interesting. My Hematologist also said, that my hair loss was not from a low ferritin!! I don't believe that at all. I hardly have any loss now that my ferritin is raised a little more, and the little shedding that is left may be a result of my thyroid or thyroid meds. ... (17 replies)
... Hashi's people do. This is mostly do to the incorrect amount of meds I believe. Now I think that he is afraid to give me more because I went 0.16 last time he raised it. ... (11 replies)
... My ferritin was 10. And no, they did not do any other tests other than ferritin. ... (1 replies)
... ferent types of iron to try that don't cause black spots. Taking iron for me didn't make a difference in my symptoms until my Hgb was up to a good number and my ferritin was raised. Ferritin could very well be your problem and cause depression or anxiety. For me it was anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... Congrats, you guys!! That is awesome. My ferritin was a 14 at beginning of January.....and saw hemotologist on Jan. 23 and my ferritin was up to 27. That was after taking 325 mg of ferrous sulfate and 500 mg vitamin C twice a day. ... (12 replies)

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