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... naiko,I also had the Venofer IV every week for 8 months because I was severely anemic. I never had any major side effects from it. My hematologist told me it is best to receive IV because of the lack of bad side effects. ... (2 replies)
... weeks to notice a difference but then numbers dropped again until they found out what was causing the iron to drop. Have they looked into what is causing your low numbers? ... (6 replies)
... Hi Paleface, I had the IV iron infusions once a week for 9 months last year and it made an amazing difference in my energy levels. I had no bothersome side effects from it at all. I received Venofer IV because my hematologist said that of the iV infusions of iron this one had the lowest incidence of side effects. ... (3 replies)

... I'm currently battling the iron deficiency. My hmg is 10 and ferritin is 7. Several years ago my ferritin dropped to 3 and I had the IV infusions. I'm happy to say I had no side effects from it. I had one weekly for 8 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... I don't think I had any side effects for at least 2 days, but then I started getting a congested feeling in one of my ear canals. Thought I was probably getting a cold. ... (0 replies)
... There can be side effects from having an iron iv........muscle pain weakness or an allergic reaction.It also depends on what kind of iron they give you.I had 3 ivs myself and didnt have any problems. ... (1 replies)
... Has anyone here experienced low blood pressure from IV Iron? ... (11 replies)
... Welcome. I realize that the care in Canada is awful but coming from NY, I just dont get it. ... (6 replies)
... thank you for taking the time to post your side effects from your daily IV treatments. I begin my 8 straight weekday appts this coming Monday. I had no idea that I may not be carrying on as usual. ... (15 replies)
... i didnt have a reaction but venofer is the safest way to go i had no side effects from it good luck charlene (7 replies)
... IV iron is not necessary unless your counts are too low to protect you from infection. As for how long IV iron lasts, it is dependent on what is causing the anemia. If it is a temporary bleeding problem, you might never need an IV again. ... (5 replies)
... and have many more side effects. People that receive that type of iron also are premedicated with Benadryl to lessen the chances of allergic reactions. ... (20 replies)
... IDA and that day told me that I could take several iron pills a day, or do an IV Iron Infusion with no side effects. ... (1 replies)
... at that affects the iron, it is the part of your intestines and stomach that was bypassed, your body no longer produces the intrinsic factor needed to absorb the iron from the food you do eat. ... (63 replies)
... I have read about alot of side effects but just wanted to let you know my experience with IV iron infusions. I had 2 infusions a week from March till June of this year, for a total of 24 infusions. They felt like a gift from God. They made such a difference. ... (3 replies)
... Doctor's like iron infusions due to the neccesary concentrated iron which our bodies need. I am presently doing infusions. My hematologist told me there wasn't any side effects to mention. He was wrong. ... (63 replies)
... I'm considering IV Iron and want to know if there are any side effects. ... (1 replies)
... e you with the infusion. I had really bad reaction, my back and knee hurt so bad that all I could do was lay down on my side. I did have to get a script for pain from the doctor which helped. The pain lasted about a week, but I did not get the positive effects of the iron for several weeks later. ... (63 replies)
... My situation is similar to yours in that I am also 4yrs out from Gastric Bypass and unable to absorb iron. ... (63 replies)
... IV Benodryl, etc. first, of course. Then the actual Feraheme took maybe 3 or 4 minutes to administer. It was just in a push syringe that they hooked up to my IV line. Then I just stayed for observation and saline! ... (5 replies)




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