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Low ferritin?
Jan 21, 2009
... If your lab range begins at 10 and yours is only 5 then your ferretin is low and you ought to be supplementing. ... (4 replies)
... Sparkles, I am the person who started the thread on the thyroid board about my tsh going up after one month of taking iron supplement for low ferritin. My tsh had been pretty stable for 7 months prior to the iron. ... (17 replies)
... Thank you for replying. What type of iron supplement are you taking? ... (4 replies)

... enhances its absorption. I've been taking it for 2 months now and it has helped me tremendously. Calcium impairs iron absorption, so remember not to take an iron supplement with milk. I take it with orange juice for added vitamin C. ... (2 replies)
... I'm really hoping to get my system jumpstarted soon. In the meantime, I started taking an OTC iron supplement because I can't stand to not do anything! ... (8 replies)
... tment to discuss my lab results and get some more guidance and give her one more chance. I'm usually pretty uncomplicated. I've been taking a health store supplement with 9 mg and trying to increase the iron in my diet. Eating lots of greens and pumpkin seeds since I'm a vegetarian. ... (6 replies)
... OTC means over the counter As you're in the UK, you wont be able to get the iron supplement dale suggested (its American) Can I suggest you buy some Vitacost Ferrochells 45mg? They are avaliable off of the internet for about $12 for 300 capsules, the dose is one a day, prferably with either a glass of orange juice or a vitamin c tablet. This wont cause the stomach... (15 replies)
... Before anyone tells you anything you should get advice by a licensed physician and run some labs on you. If your anemic I encourage you to ask your doc to consider a high potency prescription iron supplement - don't waste your time and money on the OTC stuff. There is a popular new prescription liquid iron out called NovaFerrum and don't be concerned about the taste - it has a... (15 replies)
Low Ferritin
Sep 15, 2011
... months even, so dont give up taking the supplement too soon. ... (3 replies)
Low ferritin 6
Jul 19, 2010
... Thank you very much!! I really don't understand why my doctor didn't even suggest an iron supplement! I did get my B12 tested today now just waiting for the results. Thanks again!! (3 replies)
... I would say keep taking iron tablets and a daily multivitamin. You need not only to replace the iron in your blood, but also the iron stores in your body. Sundown Perfect Iron is a well tolerated iron supplement, and is quite cheap (about $5 for a 3 month supply < edited > ) Also, a daily multivitamin, such as Centrum (or the generic store brand), would be a good idea,... (2 replies)
... Wow, you've really got me digging into the ol' archives here. As I recall, the iron dose was 125 mg twice a day initially, but I could be mistaken. The specific supplement name was Trinsicon (conison), a prescription Rx. It contains iron fumarate, much kinder to the tummy. It also contained Vit c, B12 and intrinsic factor. However, it is no longer made and I can't locate... (11 replies)
... I would start taking an iron supplement and a multivitamin such as Centrum. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Audrey-B: In testing my hormones, they are all within normal range for a menopausal woman; that being prog/estrogen/test + <0. etc. I thought my hair loss was due to my hormones because it started at the onset of menopause, so I asked my gyno to put me on HRT. I am on the 0.50 patch and Prometrium, however I have not noticed any change in my hair. So... (14 replies)
... You dont say whether or not youve been diagnosed with anemia or low ferritin. I felt that way when I was pregnant, but then again, I was VERY anemic. I felt faint, tired, etc. ... (7 replies)
... with major symptoms including fatigue, muscle aches, etc. She wants my levels to stay above 800 or so. I get monthly injections and supplement daily with the other vitamins. ... (23 replies)
... Thank you for your post, Grazianna. The thing that makes me curious is "why now?" I've been taking the same women's daily supplement (which has oodles of Vitamin C, as well as 100% USRDA of iron), have been on the same healthy diet, and had the same work-out regimen for years. Nothing has drastically changed in any one of those areas. I could understand if I'd slacked off... (10 replies)
... Even if you did bleed for 22 of the 30 days, hopefully being on an iron supplement at the same time should have kept your ferretin figure stable rather than dropping. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Audrey, 1st of all I would like to thank you for the huge information that you provided me with, it was very helpful. Now, I can feel more relaxed that my hair will grow back and iron defficiency is most probably the reason behind hair falls. Anyway I have started using hair fortifying serum in addition to iron supplement. I hope that I will see soon some difference. (10 replies)
... Yep, it can be quite the schedule to keep. For me, I try take my thyroid hormone on an empty stomach in the morning. Then, I take my iron on an empty stomach (best to do, but not everyone can tolerate it), usually in the afternoon. I have to make sure that the iron at least 4 hours away from the thyroid hormone and the iron should not be taken close to any calcium based... (11 replies)

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