My husband has just received the numbers back on some blood work -
Iron 231 mcg/dl
Direct TIBC 244 mcg/dl
% Sat (Fe,DIBC) 95%
We are waiting for an appt with a hematologist but we can't find much info on what would appear to be an EXTREMELY high ferritin #
Can anyone shed some light? He does have just about all the symptoms of hemochromotosis (joint pain, esp hands; low sex drive; chronic fatigue, low energy) and he is Northern European decent. His father died at age 47 from cardiovascular disease and his mother from lung/esophageal cancer.