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... ting. It got really bad in the summer of 2009 and I lived for three months on protien shakes. In the fall of 09 I started adding more food but I have stayed away from fruits, most vegetables, and most red meats...pretty much anything that contains iron or vitamin C. lol. ... (8 replies)
... and my hemo was only 1 pt low. However, it didn't come up until my blood tests on my 10th week of infusions. Then it was normal. My iron was still only at 9, as I suffered from heavy, heavy periods. ... (1 replies)
... for illnesses and can be very misleading. There are many types of anemia and this also plays a part in how fast one recovers and if they recover. There is simple iron deficiency anemia which is solved by getting more iron, there are the very complicated anemias that can only be treated but not cured. ... (5 replies)

... It will probably take several more weeks of taking iron tablets before you will see real improvement. It takes a long time for your body to build up your iron stores and to replenish your blood supply. If you have heavy periods you may well lose faster than you gain. ... (7 replies)
... I am not an expert, but anemia isn't always a constant thing. Women lose iron during their menstrual cycle. When I really started feeling the effects from Iron deficiency anemia, it happened in a moment and I didn't recover until I went to the hospital. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like you answered your own question. Heavy periods are a very common cause of iron deficiency anemia. The IV iron won't help much if she's bleeding that heavily every month! She's simply dumping it out! Why haven't her periods been addressed? ... (7 replies)
... doctor didnt even call me to tell me this is not good. I obtained my results online and CALLED THEM. A nurse called to tell me to see my primary care about the iron deficiency. ... (10 replies)
... I have just begun to recover from a ferretin level of 4. About a year ago, I started to feel very lethargic, but I attributed the fatigue to chronic nerve pain in my neck and arms. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure, but I think it takes a little longer for the red blood cells to be replaced. I also remember reading that when "repairs" are being made from B12 deficiency state, the body draws on its supply of iron and potassium. In my case, anyway, I know my potassium needs have increased as I recover from B12 def. ... (3 replies)

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