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... @ theartyone - I would like to thank you for the below information. What a gem! :wave: (19 replies)
... I discovered that my ferritin level was only 8 last month and 4 weeks later it is now 32. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks, I am not sure what had the biggest impact in raising my level. I did bring in many changes so it could be the combination of changes made, rather than any one thing I did. ... (19 replies)

... but it sure seems to have worked for you. I wonder what, in particular, has had the biggest impact on your ferritin level. ... (19 replies)
... Yes, I too have read that those with darker skin have more difficulty raising their vit d level by sun exposure. I have never really heard of doubling or tripling recommended time spent in the sun for people who have darker skin. ... (19 replies)
Ferritin questions
Nov 11, 2009
... Hey, need some help here. I'm not anemic but I do have problems with my ferritin levels. Let me explain. I have a thyroid problem but cannot tolerate thyroid meds. ... (2 replies)
... All i do know is that the person i was when my ferretin was when it got down to 8 and up to 35 isn't the person i now am and if simply raising ferretin can do so much good for my body then why simply stay down at a low number? ... (7 replies)
... About 2 months ago, when I had blood work, my hemoglobin was 9.3 and my ferritin was 2. My internist hadn't pulled my iron study, so not sure what my iron level was. ... (2 replies)
... with each dose. While raising the levels is a slow process, this seems to be working for me. ... (17 replies)
... my iron level at the beginning was a 6! ... (1 replies)
Iron level
May 3, 2007
... he web, I find that medical literature says differently, and low ferrtin can be a problem. Some studies state that the depletion stage is reached when one has a ferritin under 16. Others use lower figures like 12. ... (5 replies)
... So in May your ferritin was a level 7 you took 325 mgs of iron for 3 months and got your ferritin up to a 49 and your Dr. is now saying since your in normal to stop. As you can see, just by looking at your numbers for example ferritin is hard to raise! ... (5 replies)
Iron Supplements
Feb 5, 2007
... Hi. According to a lot of the advise on this board, the acceptable ferritin level for iron stores is around 70. Has anyone had any luck raising their iron levels to 70 or more with just supplements and diet and nothing else? ... (3 replies)
... and most include a chart along with the test results. Ideally, it should be in the upper half of the range, with high levels in the morning, declining at noon, raising again in the afternoon, and then at its lowest level at night. ... (28 replies)
... I had a question about raising my vitamin D level. ... (19 replies)
... u have to be careful with long term low iron levels as it can affect your thyroid. In my case my thyroid was a bit out and we believed it was a matter of simply raising my ferretin, but after a fresh blood test it has been found that i do have some sort of a thyroid condition. ... (14 replies)
Iron Supplements
Aug 27, 2006
... my ferritin level was 2 last year with a high binding.. ... (9 replies)
... ptionist for advising you to keep up with the iron supplements. You have moved up, but it's not rocketing up. See in 3 months how you go, but make certain your ferritin is up nice and high at least 50 if not 70. ... (78 replies)
... Wow, congratulations on your ferritin results. I guess the ablation really worked wonders. ... (1 replies)

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