Hi, My name is Mariele Ingram. I’m from South Africa, Mpumalanga, Piet Retief. I am a 40 year old female. Mother of 3 active boys. I’ve been diagnosed with Hemochromatosis about a year and a half ago. My story begin with terrible stomach ache, muscle ache, and losing weight. I was referred to a specialist […]
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We're all different, but we're all one.
If I've learned anything about Hemochromatosis, it is that we all experience Iron Overload differently. Sure the books will tell you about the symptoms, tests, and treatments... but what is it like to live with Hemochromatosis?
I feel the story is best told by the people who suffer from this condition. What is it like to experience the pain, fatigue, confusion, and loss of function? How does it affect relationships with family and friends? What has worked or has not worked?
Please Contact Me if you are interested in sharing your story. It is profoundly valuable to a great many people... we'd love to hear from you!
My hope is that we can all learn from one another and find support and comfort.
Dr. Eric Lewis, ND
-- Asheville, North Carolina, USA
I have done a short story of life with GH (1). It all started in 1998 when I wasn’t feeling well and I went to see my gp. He felt my liver was enlarged and referred me to The Royal Oldham Hospital to see a consultant. After being accused of drinking too much (5 or 6 […]
Hemochromatosis – My Story My name is Andy Ross; I am a fairly typical 46 year old bloke, slightly over weight as many middle aged men are with a good medical history, aside from an annual dose of the “Man Flu” I have never had anything really to complain about (sporting injuries aside). About 4 […]
Part of my goal is to connect and support individuals and families affected by Hereditary Hemochromatosis. We’re all different, but we’re all one. I want to help you and your family be as healthy as you can be and I want to connect people with this condition so we can all support one another. Share […]