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Wed, October 12, 4: I don't see on here where people are being checked for Celiac Disease. This can be done with a simple blood test for transglutaninase Antibodies tTGA. This is the most common cause if you can't get your iron levels to increase with supplementation and there is no obvious cause found, i.
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Quite possible to be an asymtomatic celiac. My husband has it and only had neurological symptoms, no gut symptoms at all! The villi in the small intestine are damaged and therefore cannot absorb the iron.
Must be on a gluten free diet in order for the villi to grow back and takes strict adherence to the diet. It takes a few months for the villi to fully recover so be patient. Googleq celiac disease and anemia. Not many docs are very good at looking for this. Wed, October 26, 4: Hello, New to the site and very frustrated and looking for anwsers, which I guesseveryone is.
Dx with Iron def March '10 but decided to try to boost myself with diet.
Saw my doc who decided on maintenance therapy. I felt better as well and my blood actually was getting red instead of black. Prior to starting maintenance which is every other week Iron infusion for 10 wks I became symptomatic extreme, very emotional, palpitations, very short of breath, etc. My concern is whether they are missing something and maybe I have something else going on. Being worked up for heavy menstrual period for cause but nothing unusual.
I am perimenopausal and bleeding slightly more but never really had any issues with my reproductive. Always heavy periods but not convinced that is the culprit.
The GI workup is - so what else could it be and how do I get it worked up to know for sure. Any ideas or suggestions? Seeing a hematologist but thinking I should see someone else different speciality any ideas on that as well.
Best to you all n your own challenges with this iron dilemmia. I've been experiencing symptoms of anemia but can't seem to get my doc to take me seriously.
He says my numbers aren't low enough for me to be symptomatic. Fatigue, excess shedding of my hair, any basic exertion makes my heart race My FE is 29, and percentage of saturation is 8. But my Ferritin is 51 which is in the normal range. Does anyone have any suggestions? Do these numbers indicate iron deficiency? My menstrual cycle is very regular, but extremely heavy.
Any advice would be appreciated. Wed, November 9, 7: Hi Buffy - my story is very similar to yours except my ferritin is 40 still in the normal range.
I'm in the process of eating more iron-rich foods along with vitamin C - I'm desperate to feel better. I'll even eat liver if it makes things better!
I am also going to ask my doctor about supplements. Thu, November 10, Mary, thanks for the info. I didn't know that about the ferritin level. I also make a point to eat iron rich foods, cook on cast iron I read that trace minerals can be absorbedand I also juice kale and spinach and drink wheat grass daily.
I'll draw the line at liver though! I remember having to eat it as a child. Good luck to you. Thu, November 10, 4: I Have IDA as well as most of you and have recently been refereed to a hemotalagist. My blood work is way out of whack Serum Iron was 2 Ferritin 2. They told me to change my supplement to Ferrus Gluconate and take it twice a day with vitamin c. I was curious if anyone knew what I should expect at the hemotologist visit as they assess me for Iron infusions and how that process would work.
Also they told me I may need my bone marrow tested has anyone had that done? Fri, December 30, 6: My anemia adventure started back in August I was feeling really crappy and was having real bad back pain. Went to the emergency room and found out during a bunch of blood work that I was mildly anemic. Followed up with my GP and after a barrage of more blood test was told it was chronic disease anemia.
At this time my iron was normal everything out of wak was around my red blood counts and my protein was low. Its been down hill since, because of getting no true cause answers and getting more frustrated and worse by the day started seeing a hematologist by this time I had paid another visit to the ER this time for low potassium and magnesium and hemo was getting lower. I didn't have the energy to do anything started missing a lot of work I was tested for bleeding from my gastro specialist and I found out my beta carotenes were low.
Kept getting worse started seeing the hema in November had an Iron infusion first week of December my ferritin serum jumped up to so now its high but my saturation is still low and my hema came up to almost normal Specialist retested my beta and now liver counts and my beta is down to 5 so my immunity is compromised right now.
I was told 3 weeks from the infusion I would feel like a new woman. Still waiting for that new woman because she never showed up. My husband and I are very frustrated and need answers but so far nothing on what is causing this. As far as my blood work its always been pretty normal accept for by type II diabetes which its the one thing that is under control now.
My mom had mylodisplasia syndrome and I am concerned this is the onslot of it but they have yet to do a bone marrow test and I am not quite sure why not.
Never feel like I am asking the right questions. Wed, January 4, 9: I am a 65 year old women who has been in petty good health until some blood tests revealed I was borderline iron deficient.
After repeating the RBC a few months later, it was found I had a very low ferritin levelbut was not yet anemic.
My doctor said this was a precursore to anemia and I should get it checked out with a hematologist. I am looking for causes--I know bleeding somewhere in the body could be a cause but I had a colonoscopy in the last 5 years along with a endoscophy which diagnosed GERD and take an acid inhibitor everyday. It was after taking Omeprazle that my blood levels changed so I was wondering if anyone else had experience with a drug inhbiting acid might interfere with nutrient absorption.
Tue, January 17, I've been dealing with various levels of ID since I was 12 years old. I have been on ferrous gluconate for years to deal with it. In spring my iron level was at a four fo my doc put me on FerraMax, easier to absorb, when I went back 2 months later my levels dropped to 2. She referred me to a heatologist and changed my oral iron Proferrin, supposedly the best oral iron there is. I got into a special combination clinic held at the Women's Health Centre here, where I am now seeing a Hematologist and Gynocologist at the same time.
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The hematologist has put me on Venofer treatment once every two weeks, while the gyn is having me get every type of ultrasound available and has put me on cyclokapron during my period to try to control the bleeding. I have had 4 iron infusions and although my iron and hemaglobin levels are up, my symptoms aren't getting any better. I'm still exhausted and freezing all the time, I keep getting sharp pain in the upper left abdomin, always nauseous, no appetite, headahces, ect.
SHouldn't my symptoms be alleviated somewhat by now? I was diagnosed as borderline hypothyroid about 5 months ago and have been taking synthroid ever since. I was also hospitalized 2 years ago with acute cholesystitis and had to have my gallbladder removed.
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I was 29, not over weight, low-fat diet and had been experiencing episodes since the age of 12 as well. Should I be pushing for a different diagnosis? Something is obviously wrong. I have severe iron deficiency. Almost any activity at all causes my heart to race and I am short of breath all the time!!!
I have terrible restless leg syndrome, I have a lot of trouble sleeping, constipation and I am tired and cold ALL the time!!! I was told to take mg of iron twice a day but I am unable to take this.
Everytime I take an iron supplement I feel horribly nauseous and usually vomit!!! I just cant take this anymore!!! I have never heard of an iron infusion, maybe I should ask my doctor about this. I have depression issues too, I'm not sure if its from the deficiency or because of it.
Sat, February 4, 5: Dylmansmom- I have the same problems with the iron my doctor prescribed makes me extremely sick and I cannot take it. I learned that when pregnant women cannot keep their prenatal vitamins down the docs will have them take the "Flintstone's Children's Vitamins with Iron". I have been taking them and have been able to raise my ferritin level from 2 to 28 in three months. I am careful not to drink milk, coffee or tea or eat any dairy when I take them as these can bind with the iron and block absorption.
I also take 3 vitamins at a time and make sure to take with a meal high in iron. I haven't gotten sick to my stomach at all since I started doing this and so far it is working. At least these are better than nothing. Mon, February 6, 6: I am losing more iron via a bleed than I am taking in, About to have another colonoscopy.
Wed, February 8, 5: Ive has several test done to find out why my hemaglobin is always so low i stay at a 7 even tho im getting iorn therapy every month. Im always super tired and never feel good at all and just dont know what to do anymore.
What can be causing my rbc to always stay so low my dr is good but he hasent given me an answer on whats wrong with im looking for some answers please help Wed, February 15, You must understand that when you are gluten intolerant, your stomach lining becomes so damaged that vital nutrients such as IRON can not be digested, and your brain literally starves for what it needs to function appropriately.
Gluten intolerance is a MAJOR cause of unexplained anemia, thyroid issues, autoimmune responses, fatigue, psychological issues, and much more. It's so easy to do and you'll know within weeks if you are someone who would benefit from this. Also, you have to understand that gluten intolerance is not detected on a blood screen so western doctors don't know to recommend this. The crazy thing is that if you're gluten intolerant, each time you ingest gluten you are causing your system to go into stress, inflammation, and overdrive.
Imagine how happy your body will be once you take away this toxin. Look into yourself, google gluten intolerance and learn more about it for yourself. Calls for the commitments made during the March visit of President Xi to Brussels to deepen exchanges between the EU and China on human rights issues to be matched by tangible improvements in the situation on the ground; Welcomes the deepening of the EU-China Urbanisation Partnership; calls for further cooperation in urban planning and design, public services, green buildings and smart transportation; encourages the launch of new joint programmes involving European and Chinese cities and companies; Welcomes the Joint Statement of the third meeting of the EU-China High Level People-to-People Dialogue held on 15 September ; underlines the importance of people-to-people exchanges and facilitating exchanges for EU and Chinese citizens; supports the development of the High-Level People-to-People Dialogue to focus on joint projects and shared best practices and to promote people-to-people exchanges; stresses that exchange of experts and students between both sides should be especially promoted; Is concerned about practices of dumping and the lack of transparency with regard to Chinese government policies and subsidies through tax credits, land grants, cheap credit, subsidised raw materials and other measures; Is worried about the obstacles European businesses experience on the Chinese market, such as forced technology transfers, weak IPR enforcement and discriminatory treatment; underlines the importance of market reform in China and of the implementation of market economy principles and the elimination of discrimination and unjustified restrictions; Recognises the opportunities arising from Chinese investment in Europe in the framework of the European Fund for Strategic Investments EFSI ; underlines that, while the Fund is open to investment by a number of actors, it should nonetheless remain under EU governance; Welcomes the fact that over the last decades a considerable number of Chinese citizens have been lifted out of extreme poverty thanks to substantial economic growth and a gradual opening of the Chinese economy; voices, nonetheless, its concern that these economic improvements often cause environmental problems and great inequalities; Welcomes the fact that in the recent EU-China Joint Statement on Climate Change, adopted at the 29 June summit, both sides expressed their commitment to work together to reach an ambitious and legally binding agreement at the Paris Climate Conference in ; urges all parties to the conference to build on the momentum created by the EU-China and US-China climate change statements; stresses the need to cooperate in the field of energy in order to tackle jointly the multiple challenges related to energy security and global energy architecture; Internal situation Notes that the explosions on 12 August in Tianjin and on 31 August in Dongying make it urgent for China to seriously address the issue of industrial safety, in particular in relation to corruption and impunity; Calls on China to increase internet freedom and to respect the cybersecurity of all countries; Expresses its concern at the recent political and civil unrest in Hong Kong, and calls on China to abide by its obligations to the people of Hong Kong to preserve their rights and freedoms, under the terms of the Sino-British Joint Declaration signed in ; External situation Urges the Chinese government to exert influence on Pakistan to persuade that country to refrain from fuelling instability in the region; Welcomes the cooperation between the EU and China on security and defence, including the anti-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden, and calls for further combined efforts to tackle global security and defence issues such as terrorism;