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... i tract and become anemic that way, and these are small amounts! So having even a light period when your ferritin is 8 can bring it down and make you feel worse! Iron can have side effects, but not tinnitus. ... (6 replies)
... Heavy periods can be the contributing factor of causing the anemia. Losing too much iron. Having a heavy cycle is also very exhausting. You may want to check to see if you are starting to have mild endometriosis. ... (10 replies)
... I think they have lots of potassium in them too! ... (12 replies)

... Ferritin is a protein molecule that iron is stored in for future use. If the ferritin is low, it indicates that there is no iron available beyond what is being taken in and used from daily diet. IF the diet is good, then there is usually no problem. ... (21 replies)
... Good for you, glad you are doing a full work up. The whooshing that I was experiencing in my ears is off and on, I get ringing now. No the ablation was not fun but so worth it. I couldn't be more pleased. ... (9 replies)
Possible anemia?
Sep 1, 2009
... So I've been really run down lately. Headaches, ears ringing, jaw pain. I figured it was allergies or sinus issues. Well, now I've noticed a few bruises on me. ... (4 replies)


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