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Iron39, ferr. 35, hgb11.4, ironsat14, mcv82.4, rbc4.18, wbc7.4, hemacr.34.5. Are these levels ok? What can I do to increase my iron sat? Hystectomy 2005
Last year 18yr male athlete was getting tired quick. 2 sets of labs '13/'14 UIBC 102/ 120 TIBC 252/242 iron 150/122 ferr 187/107 transferr 234/226??
Missing information: I am sorry but this is not in any way the right or full set of labs to work up fatigue in an eighteen year old male. There is so much missing here that this is impossible to comment upon. Here on health tap we often have a hard time interpreting lab results because labs are only one piece of the story and are often reported to us missing the most vital of information. I am sorry. ...Read more
Oral iron: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, there seems to be a disconnect between serum iron and ferritin levels. If you are not anemic, continue taking iron supplement and repeat the test in 6-12 months. ...Read more
Iron37, ferr 26.5, hemo 12.2, MCH 26.3, MCV 85.4 sat10.45, mchc 30.8, B12 =335, rbc4.63, doc wants me to do infed iv, should i? Not been on oral long
Oral iron: Sounds like borderline iron deficiency (without knowing the lab normal ranges). Most iron deficiency can be repleted with oral iron -- often a few to several months. And knowing the source of iron (blood) loss. In women it is usually menses, but not always. Replacing iron for a low (hypo) ferritin without anemia does not improve symptoms. Ref: http://www. Biomedcentral. Com/1741-7015/10/8. ...Read more
RBC Low 3.99 HCT Low 36.4 Iron: 41 TIBCC 459 FERR 6.4 - iron deficiet anemia but why isn't my hemoglobin low?
Your hemoglobin may be low normal, but your iron stores are still depleted and if you do not correct the deficiency you will become anemic, especially of you are losing more than usual amount of blood each month. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco or alcohol in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Doc gave me 325mg of ferr. Sulfade for anemia. I'm 10/12normal but didn't take a pill. Is it normal to feel dizzy?
Doc gave me 325mg of ferr. Sulfade for 10/12 anemia. I didn't take one today so is feeling dizzy/woozy normal? Even tho 10 isn't far from normal 12?
Try more fluids toda:
Missing one dose will not contribute to dizziness--and the Hg of 10 is low, but if stable and not falling--will respond to the Iron therapy.
Many times the dizziness is just from fluid deprivation
Try drinking a little more fluids today.
If still having the problem then a repeat Hg at the MD office would be good ...Read more
Rbc:3.99 Hct:3.64 Iron:41 Tibcc:459 Ferr:6.4 all abnormal was told Iron deficient...but Hgb: 12.0 so its normal does this mean Aplastic Anemia?
Iron def: All your numbers suggest iron def. You should d/w your doc what lead to this. Often there are losses from the body along with poor iron intake. A good history would discern the cause. If untreated then Hb may start to drop. This is not aplastic anemia and am glad. AA is not easy to treat. ...Read more
Low hgb, rbc, low norm hct, WBC 7.5, basos & esons elevated. Ig%. 7 mcv, RDW norm. Iron 89 to 49 tibc 422 to 345 ferr 180 to 96, sat% 20-11.6. Cause?
Safe to use midol while taking iron supplements? I have iron deficiency anemia and taking 65mg of ferr. Sulf.
30 yr albanian male. Joint pain, 99.8 temp, food allergies. Hemoglobin 6.7, RDW 18, mvc 74, platelets 530. Sed w rate 58. Ferr. 105, iron sat. 6.
SEVERE pain w liver bx. Admitted. Dx multi organ serositis. CRP 284.Sed50, ddimer1680. Hi ferr, myoglobin. Lo rbc, plat, lymph. Lo prot, HG. Ascites, eff, fever, brn urine. What was trigger? Bile leak, bleed?
Abdominal pain: The first step is to treat the symptoms. The second step is to find the cause. Discuss with your primary medical doctor. He/she can answer many of your questions and provide a treatment plan. ...Read more
Fair means what?: Do you mean honest? Do you mean treating people with fairness? Are you being unkind in some way and others are pointing out that unkindness? Are your expectations so high for yourself and others that no one, including yourself, can meet them and that's unfair? Have you asked others how you could be more fair (including to yourself again)? Talk to folks, better yet get counseling. ...Read more
Peg feeding...: Peg feeding is when nutrition is given via a tube placed in the stomach through the skin. The tube is usually placed by a GI doctor during an endoscopy procedure. Many types of patients who cannot eat normally but have functioning GI tracts benefit from this type of feeding. ...Read more
Sunblock moisturizer: Many people use over-the-counter moisturizers that contain sunscreen. Avoiding exposure to the sun will let skin lighten up. However, one should take extra vitamin d to make up for not getting vitamin d from the sun. Although having tanned skin from sun exposure is not a medical illness, there are a few uncommon hormonal medical conditions that can cause skin darkening. ...Read more
Nostalgia: Nostalgia is feeling sentimental for previous places, people, or times in one's life. Sometimes we even long to go back there. If our current lives are stressful, lonely, or less fulfilling than we'd like, we might imagine that the previous times were better. We daydream about what used to be, rather than what is. However, focusing on the present allows us to make changes that lead to more joy. ...Read more
Vertigo?: Many children get very dizzy at times without definite cause. Some are due to ear infections or ear fluid pressure. Other times it may happen because of spinning around. Episodic vertigo is a very dramatic event in some children when they look terrified and have to hold on for a few moments, then return to normal. This is usually benign but needs a good evaluation. ...Read more
To make babies!: "why" questions are hard to answer in the natural sciences, as they imply there's a purpose or intent. Biology usually relies on evolution principles to answer "why" questions. In this case, the good feelings from sex motivate the behavior, resulting in propagation of the species. If you seek a neurological explanation (how not why), perhaps a neurologist can answer. ...Read more
When baby is hungry!: Babies who are otherwise healthy are pretty good self-regulators; they'll let you know when they need to eat and when they are full. Most babies will feed every 2 to 3 hours or so, but this is quite variable - and it changes over time. Some newborns seem to do well feeding every 4 to 5 hours and some seem to need fed every 1 to 2 hours. Discuss your routine with your pediatrician. ...Read more
When baby wants: On demand feeding refers to feeding the baby when baby wants as opposed to feeding on a set schedule. In the newborn period, on-demand feeding is usually the best way to feed (with, perhaps, a few caveats to make sure the baby isn't snacking and is getting other needs met - diaper changes, burping, sleep, etc.). ...Read more
Perspective.: Recommend learning to focus on what is positive about you. It sounds like you are very self-critical. You may only be seeing those things that you find objectionable and may be missing many positives. Work to view yourself from a glass half full perspective rather than a glass half empty one.+. ...Read more
Sweaty Palms: This sounds like a condition known as hyperhidrosis (increased sweating). It can affect the palms, soles of the feet, underarms, etc. And is due to hyperactive sweat glands usually in response to various stimuli such as emotion. The palmar type can also be inherited. Your dermatologist can offer treatments if this is the cause. Thanks. ...Read more
Reasons for feeling: Cold: hypothyroidism, anemia (esp. W low iron or vitamin b 12 deficiency), anorexia (fasting or low body weight), chronic illnesses, chronic pain, hypoglycemia, hypothermia (low body temperature), raynaud's disease, being in cold environment, cold intolerance, anxiety or panic, cardiac or nervous system diseases, some meds as well as both viral ; bacterial infections. ...Read more