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... I first suffered from low ferritin levels in 2012 when my level was 6, the doctor told me to take iron tablets and that was that nothing was done to find out the cause etc. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, you can have very low ferritin with normal hgb. I have been going through this for over three years now. ... (7 replies)
... ish. I disagree with your Dr. and believe ferritin can be the cause of your symptoms only because I am in the same boat and have experienced it first hand. I have a pretty good Dr. ... (14 replies)

... first time I have ever heard of ferritin levels! ... (2 replies)
... I am not a post op person, but just a low ferritin person. I wondered if it was only your ferritin that was 12, or if you had any other problems that promted your dr to take action. ... (10 replies)
... my ferritin is also a 5 and my symptoms are terrible. I have loys of tummy troubles and have a hard time stomaching any iron pills. ... (4 replies)
... So...I'm being treated by a hematologist. ... (4 replies)
... day with just a low ferritrin? ... (8 replies)
... t was in considering it. Apparently, a bone marrow aspiration was the best way to look at iron stores in the body, and has now largely been replaced by the serum ferritin test. As to its diagnostic use re platelets, I am not certain. ... (16 replies)
... typical response of most GPs. Really, it is. They don't get alarmed until your hemoglobin is VERY low. Most of them really don't even know a whole lot about ferritin or where it should be. ... (17 replies)
... I HIGHLY recommend those dealing with low ferritin to read the book, "Stop the Thyroid Madness" by Janie Bowthorpe. ... (9 replies)
... and low is anything below 50 . . . ... (9 replies)
Ferritin level
Mar 12, 2009
... You feel well because you have enough iron in circulation and you are not anemic at all with a 15 Hgb. Your ferritin is what is low and that can take up to a year to replete. This means you have no iron stores which is a reserve for whenever the body needs iron. ... (3 replies)
... I am curious about your situation. I have low ferritin but "normal" hemoglobin. I am also hypothyroid. ... (7 replies)
... I have recently been treated for hypothyroidism after years of symptoms doctors missed, including extreme fatigue. ... (12 replies)
... is a little on the low side, but I am not well versed in thyroid matters as the people on the thyroid board. I think that you should post over there, but let me warn you that board does move rather quickly. If you do post be sure to post all information up front. ... (10 replies)
... Funny you should mention the stool malab. ... (11 replies)
... High MCV indicates the red cell is bigger, and low TIBC does not indicate iron defficiency, but probably folate or B12 defficiency. but low Ferritin does indicate iron defficiency...I did the logic job on my lab reports. ... (12 replies)
... Well, you could certainly be 'iron deficient without anemia', i.e, have a clinical iron deficiency. ... (16 replies)
... then your doctor needs to find out why you were B12 deficient. 200 is usually the number that will be treated with IM injections, a therapeutic dose. You are correct many people will present with symptoms which can occur for some under the 500 mark. ... (8 replies)




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