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... whether you are anemic or not. Anemia is the final end stage of iron stores and you are very close. This may be a lot of your problem. ... (34 replies)
... My Ferritin was 19 about two months ago and I was experiencing fatique, leg pains, hair loss etc. ... (50 replies)
... in 4 weeks time. Look at his lab values for Ferritin and see what the range is. When he gets to the chart the doctors really don't worry so much about this. ... (5 replies)

... even though your blood count and serum iron level is in normal range. Supplementing your iron should help get your stores of iron replenished and help you feel better. It may or may not affect your hair. Actually your Mother's genes determine male pattern baldness. ... (1 replies)
... Needless to say I'm very anxious for April 7 to arrive for my big blood test. I wish it could have been done sooner. Again, thanks so much for chiming in! You take care! Susie (11 replies)
... The hematologist also wrote that it "typically takes at least 6 months to fully replenish iron stores and that I would need to continue on iron supplementation for at least 6 months. ... (11 replies)
... ng from. I take Poly iron that is well tolerated by many. It is 150 mgs of elemental iron in each dose. My Hematologist said, anything under the lab range for ferritin means that there is no iron left in your stores, next you pull from organ tissue which is not good. ... (14 replies)
Progress Report
Jun 29, 2008
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... t. You may need to take iron as long as you are bleeding. When anemic, iron supplements are usually given for 6 months, 3 to correct the deficiency and 3 more to replenish the liver stores. ... (3 replies)
... The hematologist also wrote that it "typically takes at least 6 months to fully replenish iron stores and that I would need to continue on iron supplementation for at least 6 months. ... (11 replies)
... months to replenish stores. ... (4 replies)
Saw hematologist
Feb 10, 2009
... know. However, you are low in the Hgb as far as being optimal, a women should be at 14.0 Hgb. You would be feeling much better at that range. Along with your ferritin of course, a 13 is almost no iron remaining in the bone marrow. ... (9 replies)
... Also, the Ferritin test results will tell your doctor how much iron therapy is needed to replenish those stores. ... (6 replies)
... until you use it up again. I've actually gotten my Ferritin scores up to a 70 after an 8 week cycle of Ferrlecit but I sure can't seem to hold onto it. A couple of months later I'm back to a 3 or 4!! ... (63 replies)
Anaemia symptons??
May 28, 2008
... is somewhere around 500 now, but with a low ferritin remaining. I'm sure you have read 200 is the bottom where the doctors will treat you with injections. ... (4 replies)
Iron supplements
Nov 6, 2005
... Think of it this way, ferritin is you iron store and haemaglobin is the iron you are currently using. To put it very simply. ... (10 replies)
... When the results came back, I was called in and told that I was severely iron deficient. My ferritin level is 4. Up until a couple of days ago, I didn't even know what ferritin was. ... (2 replies)
... for iron to replenish your iron stores. The only way is through IV iron. Just remember, one can be iron deficient without it showing on regular CBC. ... (9 replies)
... and my ferritin was 6 a few months ago. Everything is as you said, my fingernails almost white, pale skin, bruise easily, etc.etc. The gums are light pink though, not white. ... (9 replies)
Confused...
May 15, 2012
... Welcome to the boards! This means that you have no iron left in your body with a 1 ferritin and a Hgb of 8.5 means you are moderately anemic. You will need tests to find out why, which could be any reason and iron therapy to replenish your iron stores. ... (1 replies)


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