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... ublingual, the thing with B12 is taking the right amount, 500 mg won't do anything. My Dr. instructed me to take at least 1000 mcg daily. You can't take to much, and whatever you don't use you just past through urine. ... (2 replies)
... Can someone help me to understand what type of anemia this is? ... (2 replies)
... I have had low ferritin for several years but my doctors have not been concerned. ... (2 replies)

... and we can see what's up, if you like. Again, I would want to know exactly what the labs read because like I said earlier in a previous post that you can be told anything. It's easy to read the results and know. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, you can have very low ferritin with normal hgb. I have been going through this for over three years now. This past fall, I had my usual Ferritin, CBC, TIBC and show that my ferritin level had fallen from 49, I then went to IV iron infusion, and 8 weeks later, my level was at 9. ... (7 replies)
... tibc was 4.9. No real reason found for this. I have GI issues, so I imagine it is some kind of malabsorption issue. I took PO iron for many months and it was considered resolved. ... (1 replies)
... Transferrin is a protein that may decrease during any inflammatory process and is referred to as a negative acute phase reactant. Chronic inflammation, infections, and malignancies may cause changes in transferrin levels. ... (5 replies)
... I was dx with Iron Def anemia back in July. I was dx by a hematologist. I was feeling fine. I had no symptoms of iron def. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know about most people, but my mcv was within normal limits when I was anemic, hgb of 8 with ferritin 2. But now that I am not anemic but just ID, my mcv level continues to rise. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... What does your doctor that ran your labs say about your numbers and supplementing? ... (3 replies)
... I have been followed by my PCP in WA and a different PCP while I was in eating disorder treatment, and NOW have a different PCP in AZ following my care, so I feel a little lost on what should be done with my anemia. ... (5 replies)
... my partner is severely unwell and in need of a diagnosis ASAP. ... (2 replies)
... you also have a low saturation and your iron and ferritin are in normal ranges but could be considered low normal which is probably why they are "keeping and eye on it". ... (3 replies)
... I had gastric bypass back in 2004. I have been doing fine until this last year. Kept on feeling exhausted. ... (4 replies)
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Apr 22, 2009
... Iron studies are used to assess an unexplained anemia and see how well a patient is responding to iron supplements. ... (1 replies)
... Your doctor is correct in saying that your iron is great with the exception of your ferritin levels. This needs to be raised at least to 50 minimum for health and even much higher for optimal levels. Your iron panel appears normal to me, from what I have learned about reading them. ... (1 replies)
... I also looked up some of my old labs of which there are many. I did have a hysterectomy in 1986. Most of my life I was anemic as labs from 1990 show, even after the above surgery. Anemia most likely due to celiac undiagnosed at this time. ... (21 replies)
... oning I might need pills or intravenous to get this up ....he seemed less concerned about the elevated Iron results , he said these can flucuate daily where the FERRITIN is more of a stable number... ... (4 replies)
... seafish sa they contains large amounts of B12 esp sardines B12 is only available in animal products....... ... (12 replies)


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