The hemogram is incomplete. There are other parameters other than hemobloglobin and hematocrit which could reveal if this is an iron deficiency mild anemia or not. If the rest of the hemogram was normal, then iron deficiency anemia is unlikely. Also, testing for ferritin and iron saturation could give more information about your iron deposits. Without dose, I wouldn't take iron as it could "oxidize" your body.
@Cordillera I was about to say the same thing --- the bloods you have had done are not sufficient to identify whether anemia is an issue or not. The hemoglobin marker can change for a wide variety of reasons other than iron status.
Furthermore, genuine iron-deficient anemia is not common in males unless there is an underlying root cause. Iron is one of the few nutrients which has the capacity to cause a lot of damage if supplemented in the wrong context. Please hold off on taking supplemental iron.
Hello, thank you very much for your answers. Today I went back to the endocrinologist and he agrees with you that there is no diagnosis of anemia and the results of my tests are normal.
He only indicated high doses of vitamin D. Now I don't have the exact name because I left the note at the pharmacy. It is one pill a week, for 12 weeks.
I asked him if it would be good to take iodine to improve thyroid function. But the doctor said no.
So I want to ask you again if it would be advisable to start taking lugol (2%), along with vitamin D. Or I hope to finish the treatment with vitamin D.
Another question: Is it important to take lugol with vitamin B2 and B3? I have looked in several places and they only sell B complex, with very low doses of those vitamins.