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... just interesting as I hadn't been diagnosed with Hasimoto's at this time. Range for TSH has changed since then. ... (21 replies)
... ibe it to the hospital. Most hospitals have patient relations that address these types of issues. It's frustrating...beyond frustrating.....To share a long story and hope that it adds to the list on here and perhaps motivates others to advocate for themselves. ... (10 replies)
... lthough the GP doesn't always tell me what's being tested, only that the tests are normal! I know that I've been tested for rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and OVP. ... (3 replies)

... Hi! I am the girl who posted about the post partum anxiety...First off..it sounds like you might have some vitamin deficiencies...sore tongue is a common sign of b12 deficiency. After all of your pregnancies and two births, you lose a lot of blood and vitamins that your body has stored up. ... (11 replies)
... Just wondering,because that's a definite low B12 symptom...also cold hands.Sorry you are having such a rough time....I have a PPO insurance and it's not that good either...it's a shame that drs. have to let the insurance companies decide what tests are allowed or not......not fair! ... (89 replies)
... Great advice re vit C tablet. I have been taking vit C every day but just the whole thing with my 1st iron tablet in the morning - I will break it into 3rds and take one with every tablet - god knows the Vit C is a big mutha!!!:D (10 replies)
... It is possible to have low ferretin and have everything else appear normal, and still feel like a sack of you know what. ... (10 replies)
... Sadly this is wht so many people go undiagnosed with B12 deficiency is the old way of thinking....... ... (14 replies)
... b12 and the iron separately. I told him the nurse indicated that I would just need b12 injections, so I wanted to find out for sure. ... (16 replies)
... I just posted some new results. My b12 was 311. ... (7 replies)
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... I disagree with your doctor. People's iron levels have dropped quickly after surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. Also 30 is NOT normal for vitamin D for us. ... (4 replies)
... anxiety and put me on heavy dose of anxiety medication. ... (6 replies)
... As far as my MCH and MCV, My MCH was 30.2 with a ref range of 28. ... (4 replies)
... Iam sorry but this is incorrect information here you state that B12 deficiency is clearly not her problem......Incorrect there is no B12 or HCY or UMMA results so I dont know how you can say that...... ... (24 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... RDA amounts of most vitamins. The level of ferritin that is sufficient depends on the person though. ... (4 replies)
... efore I begin. In today's world with information being available at anyone's fingertips who has the internet, a lot of medical information goes around to people and unfortunately in many ways it's out of context. ... (24 replies)
... There are so many people here with undiagnosed health issues,but at least we can all contribute our knowledge of what we've been thru and maybe just maybe it will help someone.......and when it does it's Great!!!! ... (34 replies)
... Actually, your numbers look fine to me. You are in the normal range and it's okay to be on the low end of normal for your WBC's, etc. ... (1 replies)


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