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... I had a quick look at the titles of your older posts, so I don't know that I have the whole picture.... ... (16 replies)
... was 4.106. If you have seen some of my posts on the thyroid boards, I have NUMEROUS symptoms of being hypo! Both of my doctors go by the OLD range that 3.0 is the highest, so I never get treated, even though Midwest and many others on the thyroid board say that I am definitely hypo! ... (16 replies)
... I don't know enough about high platelets to comment as yet...still working on my research. ... (16 replies)

... shots. I had an iron infusion in Dec. 2005. I just had a blood test ordered from my gastro Dr. which he never called me with the results. So when I went for my capsule endoscopy I asked for my results. ... (16 replies)
... is anything under 10 is low. I happen to have a doctor that thinks it should be much higher than that, but if she went by the range the lab uses, anything above a 10 would be okay. ... (9 replies)
... I've been feeling sick for some time now, and it gets much worse daily. I have a few things going on, but nothing the doctors have been able to nail down completely just yet. The level of fatigue, weakness, etc. ... (0 replies)
... Your ferritin is in the normal range, but at the low end. It wouldn't hurt to bump it up higher. ... (10 replies)
... in the bone marrow and organs. Actually, ferritin is a protein that is inside cells that store iron as your body can use it later. ... (1 replies)
... So, I got the rest of my numbers and lo and behold, Hallelujah, there IS a ferritin test result from a blood draw I had in late February as well as the rest of the Hemogram. ... (6 replies)
... NONE of my numerous doctors will do a blood test for ferritin, even though I have asked for it. Isn't that a good test to see why I am SO DARN EXHAUSTED? ... (5 replies)
... e hospital. I was also having chest "angina" which I have still all of the time, but nothing was heart related. While in the hospital my GP wanted the hemo to do a bone marrow biopsy, but the hemo didn't think that it was necessary. Do you think that it might have given me an answer? ... (16 replies)
... Your tests indicate that you have iron deficiency anemia. The doctor has ordered additional tests to confirm the degree. The test you probably do not remember the name of is a Ferritin test or a Total Iron Binding Capacity Test. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin questions
Aug 29, 2010
... but my cbc was normal. I feel terrible. I see an endocrinologist tomorrow and a hemotologist Friday. My tsh was normal but didn't do any free testing. A random blood sample cortisol level was low. Hoping I find out some answers soon. Thanks for your explaination. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin questions
Nov 12, 2009
... to accommodate different levels of iron. Ferritin is stored in the bone marrow and organs. ... (2 replies)
... anxiety and put me on heavy dose of anxiety medication. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to understand whether there is a valid cause for concern and if so, it is important for me to investigate the cause of this. ... (3 replies)
... Hi I am sure that stephrabbin & flowrgirl will help you out with the ferritn question I would like to chime in with some other opinions on your tests though if thats ok Your RDW is elevated that would indicated folate anemia,B12 anemia PA or iron deficiency anemia I noticed your MCV is not mentioned that will be high in Folate & B12 def Nor has you MCH these should be... (4 replies)
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... It looks like the Celiac is your culprit for sure. At least this makes it a little easier to DX. I cannot imagine having to go gluten free, I am very sorry for you. I was very thankful that I did not test positive for this one. ... (4 replies)
... Actually, your numbers look fine to me. You are in the normal range and it's okay to be on the low end of normal for your WBC's, etc. ... (1 replies)


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