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... My thyroid's been tested multiple times over the years and is apparently okay, but I have doubts, as the UK range for normal is incredibly generous. One of my longest standing problems is feeling cold and poor thermoregulation, which is a very classic symptom! ... (3 replies)
... I was hoping someone would be able to give me some advice. I would be really grateful as I am unsure what to do next and do not know any doctors who have lots of experience in this specific area. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I dont think low ferretin is an indicator of B12 deficiency, BUT, B12 supplements are generaly considered pretty safe, so if you want to try one for a few months and see what happens, there isnt much harm in that. ... (10 replies)

B12?
May 22, 2009
... As your doctor feels giving you a further B12 test was like cutting her right arm off, i'm a bit worried she will refuse you other tests. ... (44 replies)
... I have had these symptoms for years... I didnt think much of it. I knew I had low B12 but not deficient...so I took supplements whenever I remembered to. until I kept getting sores at the side of my mouth... ... (15 replies)
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... Too bad my Dr.'s have no idea what is causing all this since I've been so healthy and active. ... (27 replies)
Normal B12 level
Mar 8, 2011
... I believe but does anyone know what level you need to be to be considered anemic? ... (4 replies)
... all have regarding these labs. They are quite confusing considering they don't quite add up to...anything, actually. Some normal, some low, but those that are low should actually be high..etc. ... (1 replies)
... Your ferritin is in the normal range, but at the low end. It wouldn't hurt to bump it up higher. ... (10 replies)
Low Ferritin
Mar 1, 2007
... for the rest of my life as they have discovered I am unable to absorb enough iron orally. I know go for IV iron every 2 months. I feel superb now. My ferritin is at 93 and my other levels are in the normal range. My hair is no longer falling out other than what would be considered normal. ... (49 replies)
... those and other factors were considered before the PA diagnosis was made. The doc that made that diagnosis also said I have malabsorption, but I don't know how he determined that. ... (4 replies)
... so my doctor said that he wanted to give me B12 shots for a few months but that my "iron level" was good enough so he didn't want to do anything for the next month until it was rechecked. ... (2 replies)
Mild anemia
May 15, 2005
... I too was diagnosed with mild anemia a few months ago. I am 51 and perimenopausal. From what you wrote, you take pretty good care of yourself. I was informed of my anemia by a nurse practitioner in my doctor's office. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for responding, unfortunately I don't know any of those levels. I just know that the CBC's that my previous doctor did were considered "normal." My husband and I just relocated for his job so I am having to start all over again. ... (3 replies)
... Hello and Welcome although I'm sorry that you have had to join us. It is a little unusual for a young male to be diagnosed with IDA so it is good that your doctor is scheduling the colonoscopy. ... (11 replies)
... This is just speculation but maybe you are hitting the beginning of anemia. If that is the case taking iron is a good idea so I'm glad your on something. ... (1 replies)
Anemia symptoms
Apr 2, 2012
... Hi spoiled4610! Those symptoms can well be related to low hemoglobin. But is it your Hgb or iron that's 10? ... (1 replies)


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