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... what are safe ferritin levels. I just gave blood and the tech said that my level of iron was 40....does this indicate that I have hemocromitosis? ... (1 replies)
... Because you are female, you should know your ferritin count, especially in your case it is two fold, 1 being HH and 2nd being blood donation. Donating blood lowers the ferritin. Does your sister have phlebotomies? ... (1 replies)
... to be on the safe side. ... (9 replies)

... @ theartyone - I would like to thank you for the below information. What a gem! :wave: (19 replies)
... I discovered that my ferritin level was only 8 last month and 4 weeks later it is now 32. ... (19 replies)
... ed my heart, I have a little girl that is 4. So I started doing some research of my own and I just learned something new. I knew that men and women had different ferritin protocols but I didn't really think about children. ... (8 replies)
... spond to iron supplements when anemic. It took me once, two months to go from 8.5 to 12.9 Hgb with iron supplements in the amount that you are taking before the ferritin would begin to store a rather small amount. This is so different for everyone because it depends on so many factors. ... (5 replies)
... Go back on the iron for a couple of months, and if you're going to be a regular blood donor, take a daily iron pill to keep your levels up - they are cheap, safe and effective For long term regular use, one of the lower strenght ones (27mg) would be adequate (10 replies)
... I've never heard of yellow dock. I'll have to check that out. It sure seems like your levels came up quickly!! Well, lots more quickly than mine. ... (74 replies)
... The good news is that as your levels are raising is a good sign, but it can be a slow process. ... (12 replies)
... it is safe to continue the supplements. It could be that other people's serum iron was not high because that stopped their supplements for just a few days. ... (5 replies)
... The important measure is the ferritin. As long as that does not get too high, you are safe. If ferritin gets too high, you have to worry about organ damage. ... (5 replies)
... just keep taking the iron for a few more months until your ferritin is above 50 or so. apparently it is not possible to raise ferritin from zero to normal levels in a very quick AND safe way. ... (1 replies)
... I was DX with Iron Deficiency Anemia. My Hemoglobin was borderline low, but my ferritin level was 8. I never felt tired or run down. My CBC was elevated to 13. ... (4 replies)
... water to assist in giving extra beneficial vitamins and minerals to children. These are safe to take for younger children, but you may wish to speak to a chemist and get their assistance. ... (16 replies)
... I wish I had listened to my body because it was trying to tell me and I didn't listen to the warning signs that were clear as day! It's just better to be on the safe side if it continues, could just be anemia. ... (9 replies)
... l of a GP. The good thing is that you can help yourself and get a proper iron supplement, one with a higher dosage and vitamin C for better absorption. As your ferritin isn't moving upwards fast at all, it's safe to take it for about 3 months and then ask for a retest. ... (10 replies)
... when my iron levels and transferrin saturat are high. He said that my iron and transferrin would be high if I was taking the pills when I got my blood drawn. ... (11 replies)
... Do you know why your ferritin is low? ... (9 replies)
... It had corrected my anemia but my ferritin is not rising so I think I need something stronger. I was hoping that the Floradix might work. ... (4 replies)


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