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... IV Venofer to be given over five weeks. When the infusion center called me to schedule, they told me that each infusion would take 10 minutes. ... (0 replies)
Iron via IV
Mar 25, 2015
... You should ask for Venofer IV right away. It's a miracle drug. If you suffer long enough with low iron your numbers RBC and Hemoglobin will go down. Oral supplements take long time. ... (5 replies)
... My Dr. plans to administer 200mg of Venofer in one dose that he said should only take 30 minutes. Is this too fast? ... (7 replies)

... Ok I was just on the Venofer website and the "Important Safety Information" has me seriously nervous about my 1st infusion this Wed. ... (6 replies)
... I'm going in for five Venofer infusions total. Then I go back in a month to see if my levels are up. I definitely have more energy now. It has been more than a month since I started them. ... (7 replies)
... In this case, I too think that I would opt for the IV Venofer to fill the stores. You deserve to feel better. You really would feel like "Superwoman" then and you probably really do need that help too. ... (7 replies)
... I just switched to Venofer after a bad Dextran reaction. Huge difference. I still have some slight side effects but so much easier on me. ... (7 replies)
... I have gone through several rounds of infusions of venofer over the last years. ... (7 replies)
... Yeah, well there's the 64 million dollar question. Why am I anemic? I first discovered I was anemic in Feb. of 2007 in the ER after a ruptured ovarian cyst - the rupture had nothing to do with the low hgb/hct (hgb was 8.3), it was a fortuititous find. No ideas why, did all the GI work up, even capsule endo and nothing. Have battled this with Hemax (iron supplement) for the two... (7 replies)
... I don't think that you are needing the Venofer right now either, not as long as you are able to tolerate oral supplements and will be eventually filling your iron stores. Good for you! ... (7 replies)
... Ok, go figure - got my labs today & my Hgb is 13.3/ Hct 38.6!! These were 9.3 and 32ish in Feb and I've not been taking the oral meds very regularly. Hmmm... strange but good. I may hold off on the Venofer although my Ferritin IS only 5 & should be 10-291. Ugh, decisions, decisions. (7 replies)
... If you are feeling uneasy about IV iron infusion you can always discuss this with your Hematologist ahead of time by calling, I did when I was going to have this procedure. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Paleface, I had the IV iron infusions once a week for 9 months last year and it made an amazing difference in my energy levels. I had no bothersome side effects from it at all. ... (3 replies)
... how low was your ferritin before you started infusions? my doctor told me on Monday that they'd need to submit everything to insurance first and because of Christmas it would take a few days longer to get an approval. honestly, I would've started the infusions that same day if I could've. I just want to feel better already :( (7 replies)
... have 6 more to go. The first one I had a little muscle soreness and upset stomach. Since then I have been fine. Before the infusion they give me Tylenol and once IV is started I get Benadryl and steroids in the IV. I only have one good vein so that is starting to get old. ... (7 replies)
... months. I was reacting to the Ferrlicit but it was controlled with lots of IV steroids and IV benadryl. ... (7 replies)
... Hopefully this will help to put another anemia sufferer's mind at ease about getting iv iron. ... (0 replies)
... Hi there ! i am relived to see someone got help for their anemia , i am going for my first IV tommrow with venofer , ferritin is a 5 and iron is a 19 i have so many symptoms i am so sick from this , my whole life is on hold! ... (2 replies)
... trose it would take 7 hours to drip! When I told her that I was "booked for 4 hours" etc. she told me that the booking nurses have no idea what the nurses in the IV treatment room do or how long it takes. ... (0 replies)
... the actual dose and then some very low blood pressures for the remainder of the infusion. I had to stay for a couple of hours after the infusion for some extra IV fluid while they tried to boost my blood pressure up. I also had incredible muscle pain and developed a fever but they gave me extra tylenol and IV solumedrol. ... (7 replies)

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