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... and transferrin was 379. She recommended to my PCP that he test to see if i'm losing blood from anywhere.. he told me just to go on 325 mg ferrous sulfate with 500 mg vitamin C... showed no concern for testing to see about losing blood.. ... (3 replies)
... I recently took another blood test in a non fasting state to see what my blood work looked like and while i was pleased to see my ferritin levels finally going up, my iron levels and transferrin saturation seemed quite low. ... (7 replies)
... s when levels tend to be highest. However, results can vary significantly between laboratories depending on how they handle the blood sample and the methods used to measure iron. ... (3 replies)

... Ferritin is in the low end of normal. ... (8 replies)
... chis--Welcome to the boards!:wave: I don't know what condition that you have that is raising your iron levels, I can explain some things to you that may help you understand what results you should be looking for. (4 replies)
... Do my blood results look like a type of anemia or are they not significant? ... (3 replies)
... I am 50 and still have periods but very heavy for the last year. I'm wondering what these blood results mean. ... (4 replies)
... hello, I'm wondering what is happening (the process), when one has LOW Iron(transferrin) 12% Saturation, but Low-Normal Serum Iron and Ferritin, and NORMAL(mid range) Iron Binding? Does this mean that my cells/tissues are getting little iron for optimal functioning? I know Serum Iron is the iron circulating at the time blood was taken, and can fluctuate (how is this... (0 replies)
... Your transferrin saturation is almost like a mirror of the ferritin. While the other numbers are volatile, the saturation percentage is almost like a ferritin reading. ... (7 replies)
... risk for developing hemochromatosis or iron overload. Because of that misconception, none of the doctors I saw over a period of 13 years were concerned that my blood tests and a liver biopsy indicated that I was accumulating and storing abnormal amounts of iron. ... (21 replies)
... the transferrin is bonded to iron. Is that right? ... (2 replies)
... doc said you need two genes to have the disease. I am having an MRI of the liver to be sure there are no iron deposits in my liver and repeat blood tests next week. I do not take any iron supplements. ... (21 replies)
... Your numbers do look pretty good. An ESR and CRP would probably be elevated if you had a chronic infection. But a CBC checking your white blood counts would probably need to be done also. ... (7 replies)
... white blood cell count was fine and so was my hemoglobin and hematocrit, even though they were on the low side. ... (0 replies)
... Conventionally, doctors are told that blood counts are among the first things to suffer in iron deficiency, but there's accumulating evidence that blood counts are the last thing that shows signs of iron deficiency. ... (2 replies)
... so I called my doctor and asked for him to check it out. I got the results of my blood tests back, and the doctor has assured me that everything is normal, including the iron. But, the ferritin is pretty low. ... (2 replies)
... I had my blood work done today,seems I have low iron and low normal ferritin, however when I googled this, it pointed more to an inflammation or chronic disease, so worried. ... (3 replies)
... and HCT were tested to be in the normal range, just at the low end of it, MCV too low though, below normal. ... (19 replies)
... I've just had some blood results come back and I think its saying I have a mild iron deficiency but I'm not sure because the TIBC isn't raised. Also I expected my RBC to be low not high. ... (0 replies)
... Wow - I think I've found my twin. My lab results are very similar to yours and I have the same symptoms as you, so I'm looking forward to seeing a reply regarding the possible causes of low RBC, low WBC, low hemoglobin, low hematacrit - yet iron, B12, ferritin, folate, transferrin levels all are normal (never heard of most of this stuff). I was also checked for Celiac and... (3 replies)


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