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... 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)
... The important measure is the ferritin. As long as that does not get too high, you are safe. If ferritin gets too high, you have to worry about organ damage. ... (5 replies)
... a MONTH ago before my period, my ferritin was 22 and my iron was 148 after taking iron for 3 months. I have been off of iron for a month and my ferritin is going down. Is ferritin or iron supposed to diminish first? ... (5 replies)

... How much iron is safe to take when raising this. I have done some research but wondering what you all do as well. Thanks! ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I just thought to share that i had my Ferritin tested today, and it was 28,5 whereas 2 months ago it was 9,5. ... (1 replies)
... I think as long as your ferritin is in the normal range (and low normal at that) it is safe to continue the supplements. It could be that other people's serum iron was not high because that stopped their supplements for just a few days. Or maybe it depends on the time of day they had their blood drawn in relation to when they took the supplement. (5 replies)
... Hi Lilly--Welcome to the boards! :wave: Sorry that you had to join the Hashi/Hypo low ferritin club too :round:! There are many of us here. I think, if I remember right, that they say up to 200mgs of iron daily. I took 300mgs (I was moderately anemic) for the 1st year and 150 daily thereafter, to build the ferritin. You might want to discuss this amount with your... (9 replies)
... but my ferritin was 22. So, I am not doing any harm to my body by continuing to take the iron supplements? ... (5 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)
... @ theartyone - I would like to thank you for the below information. What a gem! :wave: (19 replies)
... difficult to raise ferritin levels appear to go hand in hand with thyroid issues, particularly us Hashimoto's sufferers. ... (9 replies)
... I never ever thought I'd go up so quickly as in my first blood test my ferritin was 11, two weeks later it was 8! And that was after I started taking a multi vitamin. ... (19 replies)
... cts and may not be suitable for those with high blood pressure. However for someone like myself it is perfect. My hair has thinned considerably because of my low ferritin and so I was determined to do something about it! ... (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)
... I discovered that my ferritin level was only 8 last month and 4 weeks later it is now 32. ... (19 replies)
... Hey thanks. I was totally unaware of the milk and cheese issue with raising ferritin. I eat a lot of cheese everyday on my salad. i wonder if I should stop taking my calcium pills too. Im taking 1000mg a day on top of what I eat. ... (11 replies)
... ve seen state that your ferritin should always be above 50. ... (1 replies)
... I just wondered what the hemo said about raising your ferritin. I presume he is ok with it since you were discussing the effects of taking iron supplemnts? ... (11 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)
... t understand why my periods were all of a sudden a problem when they have always been heavy and my body kept up with it. I suppose that it can keep up until the ferritin is gone. I am glad that I had it, it was one of the best things that I have ever done for myself. But a hysterectomy is pretty radical isn't it? ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: anemia, cyclic anemia, cyclic neutropenia, iron, low ferritin

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