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... combo is but please tell me so I can tell my Dr next week. I am definatley going to have my thyroid rechecked and I think they only check the basics. ... (12 replies)
... PLEASE have your thryoid checked and also check out the thyroid board. ... (1 replies)
... and then with low iron and the B12 what a tired girl I am. I am going to go to Amazon.ca and order that book and read up on it all. Thanks so much. ... (12 replies)

... My MS was diagnosed fairly quickly and by a specialist in neurology. Fairly large medical center. I dont have the paper in front of me but I think the thyroid panel said ultrasensitive and 2. ... (48 replies)
... I am grateful to have found this board. For years, I asked for CBCs because I had all the symptoms of anemia. My doctor checked my hemoglobin and hematocrit but not my ferritin levels. Finally, I thought it might be my thyroid. I saw an endocrinologist in May or so, and he tested my blood for a LOT of problems. Turns out, my ferritin level was 7. He told me to take 325 mg... (5 replies)
... I guess the thyroid could be responsible for many things. ... (10 replies)
Anemia and Low B12
Aug 12, 2012
... My Ferritin level is 5. My B12 is 159! ... (3 replies)
... maybe thyroid issues mess with iron metabolism too? ... (3 replies)
... Well, I think I remember now that you said you had Hashi's in another post. I didn't know that at the time I posted, your symptoms just sound so much thyroid related. ... (12 replies)
... on over the years, but I feel immediately hyper. My tsh is either in the normal range or slightly high. I'm sure I could benefit from thyroid hormone, but I'm stuck. ... (10 replies)
... I hope your dr. at least told you to take your iron many hours apart from your thyroid meds. I think it's at least 4 hours apart. ... (10 replies)
... I read in my thyroid medication leaflet to advise the doctor if you take Ferrous Sulphate! I've never noticed this before. ... (10 replies)
... From the thyroid board, I found that they said your ferritin should be at least above 50, preferably a little higher, for someone to tolerate thyroid meds. Otherwise, you can get hyper feelings easily. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Sue How did you get on with your appointment? I asked my doctor today about low ferritin effecting the thyroid medication - she didn't seem to know anything about this (not surprising as she doesn't know much!) She did just say don't take the medication together. I told her about feeling short of breath and my pulse racing - they just keep telling me it is down... (10 replies)
Low B12
Dec 14, 2010
... t for the anemia.I was 23yr old and was told I was very young to have it as it usually affects older people.I also had graves disease and after the removal of my thyroid was then they discovered the anemia. ... (3 replies)
... It may be then that the low B12 leval was coincidental, and your ill health has some other cause. However, I would give it some more time before you make that assumption. ... (40 replies)
... My blood work came back showing that I had anemia due to low B12. The doctor then gave me a shot and set up shots once a week for 6 weeks. By that evening I was much more tired then usual. ... (6 replies)
... There can be more than one reason for anemia or low numbers or even several. ... (48 replies)
... Most of these symptoms are related to low thyroid function, I am curing that by taking iodine suppliments called Lugol's. ... (5 replies)
... Have you had your thyroid checked out for Hashimoto's Thyroiditis? ... (12 replies)


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