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Initial signs of iron binding capacity problems; can they be vague kidney pain and darkened urine?

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suzanne66 13 Sep 2010

Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC) is most frequently used along with a serum iron test to evaluate people suspected of having either iron deficiency or iron overload.
Which one are you, as symptoms differ?
Iron deficiency symptoms include include tiredness, lack of concentration and problems fighting infections.
Iron overload symptoms include fatigue, weakness, weight loss, joint pain and abdominal pain.
Darkened urine is not a symptom.
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