For the treatment for low ferritin levels, or iron-deficiency anemia, dietary change and supplements can sometimes be sufficient, but IV therapy, blood transfusions and injections of iron may be necessary treatments in s... More »

Physicians treat low blood iron levels in several ways: prescribing supplements, which patients take daily, suggesting diets with iron-rich foods, and in more severe cases, performing transfusions. Most low levels of iro... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, lower than normal ferritin levels are indicative that someone has an iron deficiency. Ferritin is a blood cell protein that contains iron. More »

Physicians treat low blood iron levels in several ways: prescribing supplements, which patients take daily, suggesting diets with iron-rich foods, and in more severe cases, performing transfusions. Most low levels of iro... More »

Individuals suffering from low ferritin levels may exhibit signs of anemia and other conditions related to iron deficiency, according to Mayo Clinic. Ferritin is a protein that binds with iron and allows the body to stor... More »

Treatments for patients diagnosed with flesh-eating bacteria, also known as necrotizing fasciitis, include intravenous antibiotic therapy, intravenous immunoglobulin to fight infection, blood transfusions, blood pressure... More »

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Causes of a low ferritin level include chronic bleeding in the digestive tract, heavy menstrual bleeding, iron-deficiency anemia and problems absorbing iron, explains MedlinePlus. Ferritin is a protein that stores iron i... More »