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Ferritin questions
Nov 11, 2009
... Hey, need some help here. I'm not anemic but I do have problems with my ferritin levels. Let me explain. I have a thyroid problem but cannot tolerate thyroid meds. ... (2 replies)
Ferritin levels
May 2, 2010
... So, your Hgb is 11.6 and I am guessing your ferritin is a 1? ... (1 replies)
Ferritin levels
Apr 15, 2010
... having ulcerative coloitis for longer than 15 yrs i had become anemic and as a result of that I had to have iron infusions..after about 2 to 3 yrs of doing this my levels returned to normal until just about i month ago...im confused..I just had my blood count checked and it is 11.6 which I know is low but not that bad.. ... (1 replies)

... Regarding if you would feel bad with a ferritin of 7 and not being anemic. The scientific proof is out on this and most doctors in the U.S. ... (3 replies)
... Due to being premature and therefore more likely to have low iron, we had his iron levels checked through a blood draw. His hemaglobin came back at 8.5, but his ferritin levels were normal. ... (7 replies)
... I've been back to my doctor and I have more of an understanding of where my levels are sitting. ... (3 replies)
... I am new here but so glad I found this board!!! I have already read much useful info already tonight. I have a few questions and wondered if anyone is in my similar situation. ... (10 replies)
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... food intake of iron. I eventually started taking iron supplements to see what effect they had on me. They seemed to help tremendously, and I was able to reduce my T3 dose and felt great. ... (0 replies)
Please help me
Aug 15, 2007
... With you hemoglobin so low, you are anemic which is causing your symptoms. Did they do a ferritin test? ... (3 replies)
... I've just got a copy of my latest bloods from the doctors. I have Crohn's disease so I do struggle with anaemia. I've been querying my B12 levels for the last couple of years but I'm always told they're fine. ... (1 replies)
... This sounds a bit odd to me that the Dr would say normal. I just got told a month or so ago my Ferritin was a 19 and my GI Dr wanted to do a colonoscopy to see if internal bleeding. ... (7 replies)
... I've been suffering from tellogen effluvium for about a year now. It's getting so bad that I'm desperate. I had my iron levels checked by my GP this week and he called and said normal. Total iron is 176 and Ferritin 19, and I'm female and 28 yrs. I'm confused about this whole ferritin thing... ... (7 replies)
... Also even at the lower range of the "normal" levels you wouldn't have enough iron. ... (7 replies)
... He said what he did notice was my stomach lining was extremely smooth with no folds. ... (23 replies)
... Thanks for the info. I have had my thyroid levels checked several times this year as well as this past week and my doctor says normal. I'm not sure of the levels though. My period is heavy because of my IUD, which is why I thought I had low iron. Do you know why my total iron is on the higher side, but ferritin is low? ... (7 replies)
... severe and not life threatening. This is according to what they say at each stage. On the other hand my sister had this surgery and when she became anemic with a 9 ferritin her bariatric SP? ... (7 replies)
... iron storage depletion, iron deficient and iron deficiency anemia. Note the end stage of the ferritin stores is anemia. ... (2 replies)
... From what I can deduce even though my levels have gone up it doesn't appear to be enough. Although I'm not feeling any worse I'm certainly not feeling any better. ... (8 replies)
... thanks for the reply. My doc gave up on me. ... (7 replies)




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