- May 16, 2012 at 1:40 am #81953
ChloflosoMemberTopics: 28Replies: 104
My blood test results revealed that I have not enough iron (396 mg/l, reference values are 440-480 mg/l) and my iron level is actually lower than half a year ago before I had two iron infusions (this was just before I detected that I have Candida). On the other hand, my ferritin level is much higher than the reference values (it is now 517 ug/l, reference values are 10-150 ug/l !), which is clearly due to the iron infusions. Why is the iron from the ferritin not getting transferred into the free iron; and why are my iron values even lower than before the infusions? Is this due to Candida?
I don’t know how to help this since infusions don’t seem to help. I’ve heard different opinions on iron and Candida as well and am confused, but I think it would be good to have enough iron in my blood since I’m so fatigued.
I’d be thankful for advice!
ChloëMay 16, 2012 at 8:38 am #81985
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I think the problem is caused by demineralization where the body isn’t absorbing as much trace minerals as it should. Candida can also block a lot of of processes/receptors in the body and its hard to heal these problems all at once. I am taking homeopathics to address demineralization (prescribed by my naturopath) and I do believe that they work.
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