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... I too didn't realise how important B12 was until i read people's posts about it. ... (2 replies)
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... I got my bloodwork back and these are the results after about 3 months of taking iron supps and eating lots of iron foods. ... (1 replies)

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... When your iron levels drop to such a low figure it can be quite common for it to take ages for it to climb. ... (8 replies)
Feeling blah
Aug 1, 2009
... The other posters have given some great advice and information. I just wanted to say that having heavy periods, you ought to get an internal and external ultrasound as well as having a full hormone test done. Heavy cycles can result from an imbalance of hormones. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks so much for your response. I really do appreciate it. ... (6 replies)
... full iron study, iodine. ... (23 replies)
... ish but your iron depletion is full. ... (10 replies)
Oct 1, 2009
... What you need to do is keep at it with the iron supplements. It's taken me over 3 years to get from 8 to 89 with quite a lot of set backs along the way. ... (44 replies)
... I will definitely look to buy the sublingual drops, I bought some B12 at the pharmacy today, but I forgot about the sublingual drops and bought the cyanocobalamin, but I will go to a health store and get the sublingual. ... (4 replies)
... Emmy, hope you have a good report at your dr.'s visit. Yes, the levels I have are recent, had the lab work done about a week and a half ago. Your levels of ferritin 2 and hemoglobin just over 7 are close to what mine were when I had the blood transfusion 2 yr. ... (9 replies)
... Just to add my two pennies worth. I'd get your B12 and ferritin checked. Low B12 doesn't always show up in FBC results. ... (7 replies)
... it's good you have had those series of tests so that you can at least elimate a few reasons for possible low ferritin. If you eat meat in your diet and eat a healthy diet, then the low ferritin can't be from your diet, but can be due to malabsorption of nutrients in your diet due to any number of reasons. ... (2 replies)
... I was on here once before, several months ago. ChristineVA from the Thyroid cancer board, suggested this board to me before and everyone was so helpful. ... (6 replies)
... Hello all, I am not sure if this is normal or not, but I have Low B12 and Low Ferritin Levels. In the beginning of October 2007 my Ferritin was 10 and my B12 was 172. ... (5 replies)
... If you are feeling unwell you need to go to the doctor, if you have anemia you need iron or B12 depending on what type of anemia, but you need to be monitered by a doctor as too much iron is dangerous. I am regularly low in both iron and b12. ... (10 replies)
... ups. This time, my results came back, and the doctor told me that my hemoglobin was at 121 and my "stores" were at 5. ... (1 replies)
... Since you have been low in Ferritin, you may also be low in Vit B12 or folic acid, which could be causing the numbness in hands. Low ferritin can cause RLS, and you probably need to get your ferritin above 50 for the RLS to respond and go away. ... (3 replies)
... I was told 3 yrs ago my ferritin was low by a doctor treating my malignant melanoma. I had cracks in the corner of my mouth and oral thrush. I had self diagnosed as having systemic candida as had a fever sore throat and felt run down and caught bugs a lot. ... (6 replies)

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