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... I was wondering about taking Vitamin C supplements with my iron supplements. ... (7 replies)
... That depends on what kind of iron supplement you are taking. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, thanks so much for your reply! It does help. I have been this way for nearly two years with digestive issues and my iron has been dropping along with it. ... (6 replies)

... Anyway, as to what to keep iron away from, it interferes with thyroxine because I noticed I was badly hypothyroid again when I took them too close together. ... (13 replies)
... I am taking Chromagen Forte which is a prescription medication. I looked up the medication online when I first got it. ... (4 replies)
... My most recent hemogram shows that my ferritin is at 0.7, and that scared the pants out of me. I also have low hemoglobin, my serum iron is nearly at normal levels, just a few points below normal. I have to wait for my doctor to come from his medical absence before I can show him the tests. ... (2 replies)
... yes, zinc, copper and calcium all intefere with iron absorbtion. My dr has me taking my zinc at bedtime. ... (13 replies)
... I have been having issues with my Colon and need to get a colonoscopy but I have been feeling soooo bad that I keep rescheduling. ... (6 replies)
... Only one way to find out, and thats supplement with iron for a while and see what happens. ... (5 replies)
... My main symptoms were irregular menstrual cycles which and there would be off and on spotting all the time and heavy cycles mixed in with the spotting and i didn't know half the time whether my period was finished or starting!! ... (21 replies)
... be it caffeine, tannins or tea, the impact would be greater on the iron because we absorb so little daily and are counteracting it's absorption. This is especially worse if you do not consume Heme form iron. ... (9 replies)
... When taking supplements some will cause malabsorption of the others. A couple of things to note. Calcium inhibits iron absorption so you need to space them about 3 hrs apart, very important. ... (4 replies)
... borderline, just going into 3 from 2, meaning fully depleted iron stores and many of my red blood cells were anemic. ... (9 replies)
... ount yet. I have to see my gyne still and a GI specialist and maybe one of them will take another test. Last time I went to a Dr. it was two weeks after starting iron and my level was 8. ... (6 replies)
... I've been on higher doses of iron supplements for 3 and a half years now and i've not had any side effects. ... (2 replies)
... or heme iron tablets but that one is pretty expensive.. and yeah you don't need vitamin C with it, it will just take longer to get the ferritin up. ... (6 replies)
... ut for some reason can NOT get my gastro doc to buy into it. I asked him if I could try reducing my Nexium to one pill every other day to see if that would help with my ferritin levels and he didn't have a problem with that, so I'm going to try that and see what happens when I get my bloodwork done again at the end of April. ... (74 replies)
... full iron study, iodine. ... (23 replies)
... stayed around 2 or 3. My own personal theory is that your body is working overtime trying to keep up the hemoglobin and has depleted it's iron stores in the process.... ... (9 replies)
... good and what isn't good. Just from what I have read the dark veggies like spinach and collards, beans, lentils, soybeans, raisins, prunes, and cereals that have iron in them. ... (3 replies)


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