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... say his knee hurts, or his elbow hurts. He is such an active little boy and bumps himself quite a bit, so I didn't worry a lot. He just had new lab work. His B12 and Folate are very high. His WBC's and reticulocytes are slightly low. His ANA is really high, at 423. His sed rate and Rheumatoid factors were normal. ... (2 replies)
... not quoted anything that sounds dangerous. But, if you continue to have doubts and want to pursue it, check with a liver specialist since that is where the extra b12 gets stored. ... (2 replies)
... I've had very low ferritin for a few years now. I have to get iron infusions about once every one or two yrs. My first time getting an iron infusion my ferritin was at 3. I also have a chronic white blood cell count that I've had for several years as well. ... (0 replies)

... Hi, I'm not sure where to post this question. But I have had high b12 and folate levels for about a year now. ... (2 replies)
... We attributed B12 to the tingling. My iron was low and my ferritin was borderline. My thyroid panel indicated hypothyroid and I began Synthroid. ... (5 replies)
... ncerning, except I think your Graves disease has turned to an underactive thyroid with your TSH being high. That would warrant attention in my opinion. With your iron being low, I would suggest a ferritin level, which measures stored iron in your body, and is a better reflection of iron status. ... (4 replies)




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