I have my blood tests results in my hand. My doctor just made a little reading mistake.
My iron (Fe) in blood is too high 29,8 not the ferritin.
My ferritin is lower than normal 10,4.
My transferin is normal 2,5 as she said last time on a phone.
I will have to see my GP. I have no clue why is my iron that high.
Hi, I have got results from my hematologist yesterday:
my iron went normal: 22,7 (it was higher than normal before)
Ferritin went also normal: 36,4 (it was only 10,4 before)
I was taking ferrum in pills for 5 weeks. The doctor told me just to eat more iron in my diet and to check my levels again in 3 months.
My transferin was OK before so we have not checked it now.
So I think my "iron situation" in my blood is more-less OK.
I have asked the doctor to check my vitamin D level. Result: 7,09 - it is too low. Normal should be 50-80 (my country says 20-32). Symptom of vitamin D deficiency is fatigue.
I have been taking 2000 mg/1333 IU per day for last 4 or 5 years - now I see it was not enough. I will have to go to see my GP after the Easter Holiday.
OK, so my vitamin D is low, my hormons in thyroid are low.
My vitamin B12 level is 409,90 - I think it is OK or am I wrong?
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