High iron level. A high iron level is not normally a cause or neuropathy. In our country, the most common causes are diabetes, alcoholism, and vitamin B12 deficiency. Here is a link to a list of some other causes: http://www. Neurocuro. Com/peripheral-neuropathy-common-causes/
High iron. A high iron level (or high ferritin level) may be a sign of hemochromatosis, which can cause peripheral neuropathy -- please discuss this with your physician -- treatment often involves phebotomy (removal of blood/iron) under the guidance of a hematologist or GI doctor.