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... Oh! Goodness no, I was not in any way saying that his HH was caused by iron supplement dosage. It is a blood disorder. But IF you have this disorder you absorb something like 3X the amount of iron than a normal person. ... (3 replies)
... m taking and isn't causing me constipation or bad tummy effects, i looked it up on the net and they were nice enough to provide a list of things which affect the absorption of iron supplements for those of us who are having difficulty raising our ferretin levels. Some of them i knew of already, but a few had me surprised. ... (1 replies)
... It is not caffeine that interferes with the iron absorption but the tannins that are in the tea. ... (1 replies)

... Here's my problem now. I can't find an iron supplement that I can tolerate well, so the thought of having to take more if tests call for it really upsets me. ... (6 replies)
... actually inhibits iron absorption.. guess that could be one of the culprits.. Let's see if cutting the tea but not taking iron supplements anymore would achieve the same effect. ... (3 replies)
... n the 30 range if I recall the comments correctly. It can take a while to reach those levels when the body is depleted, as it doesn't have the luxury of storing iron to increase ferritin reserves when the iron is going to the RBC production the body needs for daily maintenance. ... (6 replies)
... drug interactions with iron, and absorption varies considerably depending on iron form. ... (15 replies)
... When taking iron supplements you should try taking them on an empty stomach. ... (15 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)
... to prove you are iron deficient? ... (2 replies)
Iron Supplements
Aug 9, 2006
... I've been anemic for the past year and Em is right,take the iron on an empty stomach if you can and have some OJ with it for the Vitamin C. This helps promote absorption of the iron. Also,don't take it with milk or any type of caffeine like coffee or tea. Milk and caffeine will inhibit the absorption. ... (9 replies)
... because the slow release did not seem to be working. I would take two a day, always on an empty stomach with vitamin C. I did not eat any food or drink coffee or tea 2 hours before to 1 hour after I took the supplement. ... (12 replies)
... You want to take your supplement with orange juice in some cases, but not all supplements require this. ... (11 replies)
?? on low ferritn
Dec 10, 2007
... There is no definite time frame when it comes to taking iron supplements. Some ladies on this board were fortunate that they responded very well to what they were taking in only a month. ... (4 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)
Low ferritin
Oct 13, 2008
... The very best and quickest way to buid your ferritin is to eat red meat 3X weekly along with your iron supplement. ... (3 replies)
... to gluten. So its important for you to get the colonoscopy. I would do that first before the endoscopy, because of your issues with stools. You literally have no iron in your system. Have you been supplementing with iron? ... (6 replies)
... vits plus iron supplement. I am also trying not to drink tea with my dinner as this stops absorption. ... (8 replies)
Low ferritin
Apr 14, 2009
... There are certain foods that will inhibit iron absorption so you should avoid taking your supplement with those, even though it usually takes large amounts to interfere. ... (7 replies)
... s is from a company called Vitabiotics and I get it online as I don't have a supplier near me. They are really gentle on the stomach too. So in all I take 124mg iron per day as a supplement, then of course in my diet I include red meat a few times a week, which is the best way to get iron. ... (34 replies)




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