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... I have only been taking 100mcg of B12 per day, so this surprised me. ... (8 replies)
... But I have read that optimum for b12 should be over 500? ... (13 replies)
... well, some people say 361 is far from optimal. did they check homocysteine? better test for B12 (and folate) deficiency. but I just reread your first post you say your hemoglobin was 130?? you are right that's definitely not anemic. also, how was your MCV? anyway I hope you can figure out the cause of this issue. (18 replies)

... With thyroid issues, not every single person will be affected in precisely the same way. It affects us individually with key symptoms, while a range of other symptoms we can share identically. ... (10 replies)
Ferritin Drop
Jun 4, 2007
... Just like you i was found to be below the minimum range for vitamin D, which i find odd as i don't necessarily keep out of the sun. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your comment. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for ur reply herekittykitty. Actually after taking thyronorm 50 mcg for a month , my TSH levels are now 3.2 and the lab range is 0. ... (13 replies)
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... balance probs and while there asked her to do a B12 test and she said that this was not an option. She would have put me forward for one but she said that as my last hgb test was 13.4, which is within normal range, the lab would not actually do it. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks so much for the information. I'm curious about ferritin. Can the ferritin level be low, while iron is still very much in range? ... (8 replies)
B12 range
Feb 8, 2008
... I also had tons of tests for RA. They were so certain that was it. But my tests keep coming back negative. So we're just continuing with the shots and supplements and hoping that helps. ... (3 replies)
... The bottom end of the "normal" range for women is to have a hemoglobin of "12". If you are at 11 that is anemic but not terribly so. ... (4 replies)
... What is the norm for B12? ... (4 replies)
... like you have had a hard road. I am glad to hear things are going into the right direction. I agree with you in the fact that I think more doctors should look for these items more often. But on the same token I do see the doctors side as well. I was lucky to have a great group of doctors whom I have seen for many years. ... (7 replies)
Symptoms ?
Mar 6, 2013
... You need the Ft4 and Ft3 test, and they should both be in the upper part of the ranges. Also there are good ranges for B12 and Vitamin D and just being in range is not right. Including iron, ferritin, etc. ... (9 replies)
... Does anyone know if there is some other system for measuring ferritin levels? ... (6 replies)
... that was a year ago I took a couple of bottles of iron from the health food store the dr repeated it in Nov and it is 11.4 lab range is 11. ... (4 replies)
B12?
Mar 17, 2009
... until you are at the top of the range which will take a while. ... (44 replies)
... I had a quick look at the titles of your older posts, so I don't know that I have the whole picture.... On the b12, ask if you can try a shot every three weeks, I know my dad who has PA is feeling a bit tired lately, and asked his dr if he could try a three week injeciton schedule. His Hgb was a little below range. On the ferritin, it is ridiculous the way you have been... (16 replies)
... The Ferritin level is just a measure of stored iron. It is what is left over after you have utilized what you need for daily functions. If it is at the low norm then you probably are not anemic. However, a low thyroid level will cause the symptoms you describe. ... (4 replies)


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