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... I guess this would just depend on the Dr. I had normal iron, hematocrit, and hemoglobin but my Dr. said he was leaving the anemia diagnosis till my ferritin balanced itself out. I started really low in all numbers but have been taking iron 7 months, ferritin is so hard to raise. ... (3 replies)
... I have been trying to find out all I can about anemia and low iron. And I found this place! ... (3 replies)
... He told me to check my iron, ferritin and TIBC levels, which I did while on vacation. ... (6 replies)

... The good news is... you are not alone! I can completely sympathize as I share most of your symptoms, and I can tell you that there is hope! This post may be long, but I will do my best to help you based on my personal experience. ... (2 replies)
... Just six months ago they ran a B12 back in December and my numbers were in the 350s so they dropped this much? ... (5 replies)
... hmmm interesting Wendy! I am following your story closely as I can it mirroring my own state of affairs.. ... (74 replies)
... but my ferritin levels only went up to 6. ... (74 replies)
... I'm glad that you finally found a good doctor, that's always a plus. A couple of things come to my mind. You are mildly anemic and really want your Hgb to be optimal at 14.0, this will also help in the storage of iron. ... (14 replies)
... Hi I went for blood work last week because I mentioned to my GP that perhaps the reason I am so sluggish and achy and sick all the time may be from low iron? ... (12 replies)
... to see if this is also low. With a High TIBC. This points to iron deficiency. ... (4 replies)
... for iron loss. If you had surgery to correct this matter then you shouldn't have a problem now unless that was not the only reason for your anemia. Sometimes it is not so simple and there is more than one reason for anemia. ... (1 replies)
... that is causing some malabsorbtion problems. She also said one of the main reasons I MAY have iron deficiency anemia is because of the Nexium! ... (74 replies)
... and then try supplements to maintain. So, you could do the famous, "Eat Right For Your Blood Type," after you may possibly fix the ferritin. That title is correct, you really need to eat right for your blood!! ... (8 replies)
... You may need to find another PCP if this is possible for you. ... (11 replies)
... You are not going crazy and the low iron is most definitely causing you to feel constant tiredness, no motivation and some people even suffer depression. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. Yes my hema doc ordered me to have InFed. Did you have many side affects with this iron? ... (10 replies)
... In a way, yes, that's why I suggested looking at thyroid for another reason for your fatigue. I would differ with your Dr on stopping the iron when your Hb reaches 12. ... (14 replies)
... and Folate, Ferritin, and a standard CBC. That's the most of it, my Hematologist runs more. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for replying. Yes I agree that it appears to be normocytic, but I wasn't sure what could cause it. I'm still waiting for the iron test. It is my understanding that if the iron test shows low ferritin it is almost certainly iron deficiency. But if it's normal to high it's not iron deficiency. ... (7 replies)
... weeks of having an iron infusion, and my haemoglobin is also going down. with the iron being provided via IV the gut absorption is taken out of the questions because my serrum ferritin sky rockets. ... (2 replies)


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