Results for: Ferritin

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What is an acceptable ferritin level?

The normal level of ferritin varies between men and women: The lower the ferritin level, even within the "normal" range, the more likely it is that the patient does not have e (MORE)
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What is ferritin?

Ferritin is a globular protein complex consisting of 24 protein subunits and is the primary intracellular iron-storage protein in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes , kee (MORE)
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What are the effects of very low ferritin?

Speaking from experience (my ferritin level is 3) common effects are... * fatigue * headaches, odd pains etc *slow wound healing *lack of concentration *no energy * (MORE)
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What is a ferritin?

Ferretin is a protein in the blood that binds to iron. It is found in the liver, spleen, skeletal muscles, and bone marrow. A small amount can be found in the blood.. The amo (MORE)
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Your ferritin level is 1286 is this bad?

You *definitely* need to follow up with an MD, even if you feel fine. According to WebMD, "Very high ferritin levels (greater than 1,000 ng/mL) can mean a large buildup of iro (MORE)
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What does a ferritin level 3 mean?

It means that your iron store level is extrememly low. i would think that ou must be exheausted. A healthy level is 75 or over, although many women in \britain only have aro (MORE)
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What does a high ferritin level mean?

If ferritin is high, there is iron in excess or else there is an acute inflammatory reaction in which ferritin is mobilized without iron excess. For example, ferritins may be (MORE)
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Your ferritin level is 1489 Is this dangerous?

Usually it means that you either have an inflammatory problem like an infection or autoimmune disease or you have a liver problem. It needs to be investigated.
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What is the acceptable ferritin level in children?

The normal range of ferritin in children increases as they age. In children between the ages of 1 and 5 years, the normal range is 6 to 24 ng/mL. In children between 5 and 9 y (MORE)