originally i diagnosed with anemia, they then wanted to run more tests to see if i could absorb iron or if it was due to lack of iron.
the tests came back now saying i had high iron levels and needed more tests to rule things out.
i had more tests and the results showed i had hemochromatosis (which is an iron overload diseasse).
so how on earth could i have been diagnosed with anemia when i have the exact opposite problem to that now (hemochromatosis)??
or is there some weird way you can have both?? please help i am very confused.
along with the anemia i was also diagnosed with b12 deficiency and vitamin d deficiency on the same day.
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