Is it possible that hemochromatosis can cause anemia?

Probably not. Hemochromatosis is caused by the accumulation of excess iron in the body - eventually depositing in the liver, heart and other organs. Anemia is not a typical sign, although a few rare types of anemia (thalassemia, for example) have caused secondary hemochromatosis.
The treatment can... Hereditary hemochromatosis, an iron overload syndrome, does not cause anemia. However, one of the treatments for hemochromatosis (phlebotomy - removal of blood) can cause anemia.

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After phlebotomies for hereditary hemochromatosis ferritin is 3, sat is 14%, but iron 40 - is this id anemia?

Iron . Hereditary hemochromatosis is a condition where inherited mutation on the gene/s that regulates iron metabolism- this makes your body accumulates too much iron and as the result iron associated organ failure can develop . Therapy is phlebotomy to keep your ferritin around 20. I don't think we need to keep the iron to the level that you have. Discuss with your hematologist in detail. Read more...

Being predisposed to hemochromatosis, is it okay to take iron supplements for incredible fatigue possibly due to anemia?

No. It is never appropriate to shotgun a symptom with vitamins. Iron deficiency will make you feel tired before you become anemic; if you take an iron tablet, you'll ruin the ability of a serum iron assay / serum ferritin to assess your iron levels accurately. Plus, if you are iron-deficient and not on a iron-poor diet, you must find the cause -- it's life-threatening until proved otherwise. Read more...
Do not guess. Get checked out for anemia first and verify need for iron supplementation before taking any. Do not just guess. Also get thyroid checked out. Make sure to check free T3 (liothyronine) and reverse t3 (liothyronine). Ft3 (liothyronine) should be in upper range and rt3 (liothyronine) in lower range. Read more...
Blood tests first... Hemochromatosis is a disease of iron overload. If you are very fatigued, i would get some simple blood work first before you start taking iron supplements. You might not be anemic, or if you are, iron deficiency might not be the cause. Read more...