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    Old 09-21-2017, 03:37 PM   #1
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    Ferritin level at 37 ug/L...normal?

    Hi all,

    I recently got bloodwork done because I'm feeling so incredibly tired and fatigued especially by the afternoon - sometimes it's a struggle to anything but lay in front of the couch but I make myself move. I eat right, exercise, meditate, not overly stressed. I do have hypothyroidism since I was 13. 5 years ago switched to desiccated thyroid Bloodwork is all in the "normal range". Just wondering if 37 ug/L is still too low especially considering I take Ferramax once a day?

    Vitamin B12
    382
    138-652
    pmol/L


    Ferritin
    37
    5-272
    ug/L


    Thyroid Stimulating Hormone [TSH]
    1.66
    0.32-4.00
    mIU/L

    Thyroxine Free [Free T4]
    10
    9-19
    pmol/L

    Triiodothyronine Free [Free T3]
    4.6
    3.1-6.2
    pmol/L

    Thanks so much!

     
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