IV Iron infusions

Use this section to discuss your experiences with prescription drugs, iron injections, and other medical interventions that involve the introduction of a drug or medicine into the body. Discuss side effects, successes, failures, published research, information about drug trials, and information about new medications being developed.

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mapleleaf
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Re: IV Iron infusions

Postby mapleleaf » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:09 pm

I only know my feritin was 34 which was done 2 weeks ago ... I will be seeing Dr. P. At the end of the month and as about the transferritin....

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Re: IV Iron infusions

Postby badnights » Sat Oct 14, 2017 3:34 am

Ya, that';s pretty low. The only way for me to get low enough for them to approve a transfusion is to stop taking iron for a few months. I'm not doing that. I would lose the quality of life I so recently regained.

Keep us posted about your progress in this treatment!
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mapleleaf
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Re: IV Iron infusions

Postby mapleleaf » Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:59 am

I totally understand about not wanting to change what you are doing right now with your treatment ....I think this disease is so individualized and each one of us tweaks a med to what fits our needs and if what you are doing works then don't change it...and yes I will keep posting my journey ... stay healthy and carry on!


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