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... Your anemia is not unexplained. ... (4 replies)
... Iron pills alone without B12 and vitamin C doesn't work, since the body need vitamin C and B12 to absorb iron otherwise your iron on blood will keep low. ... (5 replies)
... It looks like you've taken matters into your own hands. I don't blame you for wanting to have all these tests done. I find that doctors tend to order the same tests over and over. ... (89 replies)

... Ever since I was a baby, my hemoglobin has been slightly low. My mom was told to increase my iron rich foods. However, out of all 8 of her children, I was the only one with this issue. ... (6 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)
... even if they are right about something! I'm not totally siding with your doctor, but if you look at the values you gave for your bloodwork, and you have some medical training, it's easy to see that vitamin B12 deficiency is not your problem. ... (24 replies)
... 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. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks to all for the detailed information. ... (21 replies)
... ly no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. Hemolytic anemia is caused by the red blood cells being destroyed sooner than they are supposed to be and putting too much stress on your bone marrow to make new cells. ... (17 replies)
... B12 deficiency is rather different from Iron deficiency and is treated differently. ... (28 replies)
... In most instances, a low MCV indicates microcytic anemia, while a high MCV indicates macrocytic anemia. This value is useful for diagnosis. It is usually on a cbc. ... (8 replies)
... Usually, anemia is a result of another condition which either lowers the production, increases the destruction, or increases the sequestration of red blood cells. ... (3 replies)
... Wrong again Cd causes malabsorption making the use of B12 and iron impossible as it damages the small intestine the lower end one place were B12 is absorbed... so if that isnt directly causing it I dont know what is it is very common in CD lots of us have it .....as well as iron...... ... (24 replies)
... On May 31st, I had iron labs and CBC run. They showed iron deficiency and anemia. B12 and folate were also checked, and they were normal. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... So even if i had my bloods drawn this Friday, that would only be 7 days off the ferrous furmarate , would the reading be an accurate measure of my iron levels with no supplemental iron influence? ... (4 replies)
... Sundown perfect iron is much easier than normal iron on the gut, the vitamin C helps ibcrease the bodys adsorbsion of iron. The B12 will help force up your b12 levels and might help the neuropathy. The Centrum will provide all the other "bits and pieces" the body needs. ... (8 replies)
... Vitamin B12 is normal at 361. ... (18 replies)
... he rest of your life feeling tired and depressed, missing out on work and being told it's all in your head and then when you hit rock bottom they simply give you iron infusions. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: b12, ferritin level, folic acid, hematologist, iron deficiency anemia

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