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... but rather another version of the ferrous sulfate they make. For others on this board that have had a reaction to ferrous sulfate and tried carbonyl iron, how did that go? ... (5 replies)
... montanajane I had an allergic reaction to ferrous sulfate tablets but ferrous furmate tablets work well for me. ... (5 replies)
... If you have diarrhea as a reaction to ferris sulfate, I would suggest that you discontinue it. ... (3 replies)

... a sulfate reaction... that makes sense. ... (1 replies)
... Now I may be getting somewhere.... sulfate reaction that makes sense. I finally got my act together in taking my slow fe iron late May through June of 2004. Taking it loyally... then bam... What looked like mosquito bites. Those kept coming and coming... ... (5 replies)
... came back showing that my HGB level had dropped from 11.5 in August 2008 to 9.7 in August 2009. ... (0 replies)
... I totally understand your concerns about the infusion, though I know plenty of people reach the point where they're willing to risk any possible complications in the hope of feeling better. ... (17 replies)
... Sorry that the Floradix didn't work for you. It seems we try so many things to get that Ferritin up. Congratulations on your Ferritin going up. I'm trying to get to 10 right now. The Doctor told me it can take a year to fill the storage levels. ... (7 replies)
... Regarding the GERD. I was thinking that every other day, not off completely to help with iron absorption. This is what my first GI doc said to do, my symptoms were so bad then there is no way I could have tried it. Now, I wish that I would have. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, the story did go downhill. It does seem you must have had a reaction to something. ... (44 replies)
... I have no symptoms with Poly Iron 150 because it is made to be GI friendly, I take it on an empty stomach. Now the ferris sulfate I had ALL symptoms, you know that story. Some people have no problems at all with FS, it's all in our make up I think. Everyone has a different reaction. ... (6 replies)
Jun 23, 2009
... eply and all the have been through a lot as have so many, and it's so difficult getting the right information at the right time, and wondering if the iron pills are working or not, and then the infusions that one must have if numbers continue to go down. ... (26 replies)
Iron supplements
Nov 1, 2005
... although I'm not anemic, I don't think. So now I need to take iron supplements. Can someone give me the rundown on iron supplements. Whats the difference between iron supplements you can buy in the store and ferrous sulfate or ferrous this or that. ... (10 replies)
... Anyway, I tried the ferrous sulfate pills for months. They gave me ulcers in my throat, so I was desperate. ... (4 replies)
... Actually, sulfa and sulfate are two different things. Sulfates are salts and not chemically related to sulfa antibiotics. If you are allergic to both, then you have two different allergies. ... (1 replies)
SO fed up!
Nov 21, 2007
... a 2 Ferritin and my hair fell out really bad, it was everywhere. No bald spots though just thinning areas. After I think it was 8 months time my Ferritin went to a 20 and it stopped falling out like crazy and now just a little shedding is going on. ... (21 replies)
... I am glad that I could be your fourth opinion, LOL. Yes, your doctor told you right that 12 is the norm. It is severe enough to see a Hematologist if you want. But, the reason to see a specialist is if you have a problem that oral iron supplementation won't fix. ... (7 replies)
... neglect or however you want to describe it to the hospital. Most hospitals have patient relations that address these types of issues. It's frustrating...beyond frustrating..... ... (10 replies)
Still Anemic!
Dec 19, 2008
... When you see a Hematologist they would tell you that IV iron is needed because this is their forte, it's what they do best. If you do not absorb iron then you really don't have another choice than to have infusions. ... (2 replies)
... At the same time it is most important not to make your guts sick inside, iron can be very abrasive. You really need to find an iron supplement that is GI friendly, many scripts are available OTC behind the pharmacy, you have to ask for it. ... (14 replies)

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