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Mayo Clinic: William Palmer, M.D. - Hereditary Hemochromatosis

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Luke Schneider (2 месяца назад)
For the record...it would be better to say ABNORMALLY LOW HEPCIDIN PRODUCTION causes the increase in iron absoprtion.... It can easily be taken as meaning abnormally HIGH production... Nancy Andrews of Duke University has a great paper out there on this...Thanks for your video...but...please lose that tie...you are WAY to young to be sportin that thing... :-)
Craftlover 9 (3 месяца назад)
THANK YOU! Finally someone who actually takes our disease serious! If I lived in Florida I would be there! Thanks for explaining things much better then my own doctor!
usacookie (6 месяцев назад)
Female= hemochromatosis=yes
musicbaby202 (6 месяцев назад)
I have a question... can it cause you to have episodes of vertigo and dizziness? Just had some blood tests done due to me having episodes of vertigo and having 24/7 dizziness for the past 2 years. I have had many tests done over these 2 years and everything is coming back pretty normal and the things we thought could be causing my balance issues well whatever I have tried to remedy has not worked to take away my balance issues and my new blood tests show that I may have Hemochromatosis, I just need my ferritin to be checked to be sure.
Craftlover 9 (3 месяца назад)
I have hemochromatosis and also suffer from bouts of vertigo for years. They also said it was an inner ear issue due to the fact in my younger years I worked at a plant nursery and spent a few hours each day taking cuttings of plants with my head bent over which changed the fluid balance in my ears. Don't know if this really is the case however as I have heard of other people with hemochromatosis dealing with vertigo.
renegadetrainer (10 месяцев назад)
Too bad it isn’t hereditary. This is another failed medical theory.
rose babb (6 месяцев назад)
renegadetrainer huh?
Cait Madison (10 месяцев назад)
23andme found it in my genes and I have it
Christian Hapgood (10 месяцев назад)
May I ask how you know this?
Sanday Sunday (10 месяцев назад)
Can I ask why women are not screened? I recently found out via a mri that I have hepatic steasis and high iron levels. This was while getting a check on the progress of chronic pancreatitis. I understand that the belief is that women that have periods naturally blood let, but since I had cancer, a hysterectomy was done on me young. So, would you recommend that I be tested for Hemochromatosis. I am Norwegian European Descent. Thanks for your input. I'm in Arizona, and was looking to go to the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix. Do you think I need to have this work up done?
Craftlover 9 (3 месяца назад)
I'm no doctor but absolutely get tested. I had a hysterectomy at 42 an by 50 I was storing iron with levels over 700. Thankfully by a fluke it was discovered. I don't know why it isn't a standard test for everyone!
Joseph Hemingway (9 месяцев назад)
Rather safe than sorry
renegadetrainer (10 месяцев назад)
Be sure to get enough copper. It will help reduce the amount of iron your body will retain.
Mayo Clinic (10 месяцев назад)
Hi Sanday, If you would like to seek help from Mayo Clinic, please call one of our appointment offices (Arizona: 800-446-2279, Florida: 904-953-0853, Minnesota: 507-538-3270) or request an appointment online: http://mayocl.in/2Blj17d.
Alec Waskiw (1 год назад)
Has FerriScan been reviewed or assessed by the Mayo Clinic. FerriScan R2-MRI is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) -based solution for measuring liver iron concentration (LIC) in patients with iron overload.
KenNarcolepticLeper VeganFrugahore (1 год назад)
How about non-Hereditary Hemochromatosis

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