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Can anyone give me feedback on my sons test results. My son is 4 years old: I already intend on monitoring his levels but should anything else be done at this time? Doctors say his iron is ok where it is at but it is already elevated so Tue, August 30, My genectic tes for hemochromatosis was negative.
I partook in a blood test voluntarily intested for all the biggies and my blood was negative to all of them, so I think testing for hep c is a waste of time. I am trying to find a chart that i might enter my ferritin levels that gives possible causes and risks att each level.
I can't find any graph that goes high enough. Mine was nearly at it's worst. I was back down near after flebotomies. I was aneimic at the same time. Do any of you out there have any insights into thise extreme. Fri, September 2, 3: Fri, September 2, 4: Hi, this blog is wonderful.
I am 51 and was just dx by my doc with HH. I have compound hetero, meaning one mututation of each gene CY and H63D.
She referred me to a hematologist who is taking a wait and see approach. My levels are VERY low compared to all of you, but I have been on the watch for it for the last 2 years they thought my father might have it.
After reading everyone's comments, I think I will go for a second opinion with another hematologist. Some of his comments bothered me like"your skin isn't bronze" and "only a tiny percent of people get this disease" and "there is no special diet for this". I already have liver problems, diabetes, asthma, bone spurs in my neck, arthritis, bursitis and tendon and ligament problems and my hands are starting to bother me.
I already eat kind of a low iron diet naturally. I wil be cutting out the fortified cereals! Thanks to all of you willing to share your stories, people like me can get help early and try to minimize the damage to my body. Your blogs make a difference.
Sun, September 4, 7: Again, thanks to everyone, keep blogging. You are helping people like me as well as yourself. Hello, my name is Stephanie. I am a 25 year old female and my serum iron has been slightly elevated the last couple times I had a blood tests done. I do not take any type of suppliments.
The last one was high enough to really draw my attention. My last lab results were as followed: No one else in my family has any history that I am aware of of any type of iron overload. Appreciate any feed back: Tue, September 6, 2: But my ferritin is only 44 and I haven't given blood since March of Thistle Underwriting is a trading style of Thistle Insurance Services Limited.
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