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Iron Injections
Jun 11, 2007
... c you don't want to take iron orally. You need to be on the correct dosage of oral iron long enough for them to see whether your levels are going up or staying put. ... (6 replies)
... The problem is that a lot of dr's simply say no to injections even when a person's medical results show that they are a suitable candidate for injections. ... (5 replies)
... y other Trichologist. I even phoned the Trichologists Association and the lady on the phone wasn't helpful. Tony gave me the Complex Amino Acid tablets plus an iron powder which had a few other things in it too. My ferretin went up a bit, but should have gone up more. ... (29 replies)

... At the beginning iron pills may make you feel worse, or more sluggish. It takes 120 days for your body to utilize existing red blood cells and for them to break down and be recycled by the spleen, Thymus and liver. The bone marrow is kicking out new stem cells that will make new blood cells. ... (4 replies)
... i was just wondering the other day whether your ferretin situation was better or not. I've finished my course of iron injections and now have to wait a few weeks for things to settle, have another blood test and then review the results. ... (18 replies)
... to develop a proper growth cycle for their hair and that is if the ferretin levels stay elevated. ... (29 replies)
... at anemia or low levels without first diagnosing and finding a reason why. It can be critical to your future health. You might want to see a GI doc to rule out reasons for this happening. ... (22 replies)
... not knowing any other health issues you may have, your age etc., it's difficult to help you out to a extent. I will say having your Iron stores or Feeritin levels that low, is not going to help you raise your hemoglobin what so ever at all! ... (4 replies)
... not knowing any other health issues you may have, your age etc., it's difficult to help you out to a extent. I will say having your Iron stores or Feeritin levels that low, is not going to help you raise your hemoglobin what so ever at all! ... (4 replies)
... There is really no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. ... (17 replies)
... As with anything, we're all individuals and will react to certain things differently. For me personally, i first began taking over the counter iron pills which naturally constipated me and seem to constipate most people. I then bought another over the counter iron supplement in liquid form. ... (8 replies)
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... The injections i get are called FerretinH, but i'd say no matter what the brand name it's all iron at the end of the day. Last week was my 4th injection and the first week that i noticed i actually felt better than i used to feel. ... (29 replies)
Chronic Anemia?
May 31, 2006
... injections or taking iron. My hematologist prescribes a drug called Procrit for me. I have my blood drawn once a week. The lab calls the results into my docs office and they, in turn, call me and tell me if I need a shot. ... (7 replies)
What is Anemia
Aug 22, 2005
... it is usually a symptom of a problem not a disease in and of itself. Low iron can lead to anemia as it is an essential ingredient in making blood cells. This is usually from bleeding too much from heavy periods, GI problems, etc. ... (3 replies)
... IV or injections are your only choice when you are not absorbing oral supplements. Heavy periods make it a lot worse too. So you are anemic for two different reasons. ... (1 replies)
... did not think to check for it. ... (22 replies)
... You appear to suffer from iron deficiency anemia, which can have a specific apparant cause, but certainly can appear without a direct physiological or nutritional cause. ... (4 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 20, 2004
... I have perneious anmia and my injections are once a month 1000mg... ... (16 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 13, 2004
... ve gastric process, they acquire the problem from stomach or gastric ulcers, they have a reduced function due to aging process or they have had a gastric surgery for some reason such as Cancer, or weightloss surgery. ... (16 replies)




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