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... Hi, I'm hoping someone can shed some light on my weird iron levels. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, when you look at the large range of what's "allowable" for ferritin, you will note that the difference between 12 and 15 is probably insignificant on this type of test. ... (7 replies)
Ferritin levels
Feb 19, 2012
... A ferritin level of 4 is TOO LOW!!! You need to see a Hematologist ASAP!!!! That is a specialist that deal with bloods disorders. ... (26 replies)

... e among them....I can list a whole lot of symptoms for your viewing it affects the whole body systems not just the blood it is serious in that it can cause a lot of damage with the correct type of B12 a lot are reversable............. ... (24 replies)
... I understand the whole meat thing. Only as a suggestion to you, I would at least try meat 3X weekly 3oz portions, along with ferritin testing to see if you can raise this number. ... (8 replies)
... As you know, being vegan can be a little harder in maintaining ferritin levels. Have you explored the full option of protein foods available? ... (1 replies)
... There can be a number of issues for your situation. You have already mentioned eating meat so it's not due to lack of meat in your diet. ... (3 replies)
... At that number ferritin you still have an iron deficiency even if your numbers are normal and in range. Your symptoms are the same as those associated with a low ferritin. Your ferritin should be minimal 50 for a healthy ferritin. ... (7 replies)
... L them that's what you NEED. I would tell your Doc that it is important to you that you know your numbers and where you stand. You must insist that they do this for you. Tell them that you are very upset about it and I'm sure they will comply. ... (5 replies)
... If your hemoglobin, hematocrit, and RBCs are all within normal range, you are not anemic. Usually, if the three of those are below normal you have some type of anemia, could be iron, B12, or folate. ... (3 replies)
... The ferritin level is not really an issue if you are not bleeding out. If you are bleeding out, you need to be sure why. Transfusions of iron replacement in any form is dangerous. If you are bleeding from menstrual situation, that can be stopped with hormones. ... (2 replies)
... yes my hemo is 11.8 my ferritin is only a four probly from when i had my baby and my hemo dipped down to a 6. ... (34 replies)
... Just a couple of questions first 1. ... (4 replies)
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... monet, thanks. What type of fibroids do you have? ... (34 replies)
... Iron supplements do not cause weight gain. If you are experiencing weight gain it would be from any number of reasons. ... (12 replies)
... I don't know what ferritin iron is ? ... (6 replies)
... After visiting my PCP for lightheadedness and fatigue, he did some bloodwork and a nurse called me. ... (1 replies)
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... Welcome to the board! Sorry that you are going through this too. Many of the people on this board are still trying to find out what and why. But we can help you a little and give support when needed. ... (20 replies)




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