Your TIBC can be considered normal as some labs accept a reading up to 240–450 μg/dl as normal. High
iron in blood
is seen in hereditary hemochromatosis, hemolytic anemia, liver problems, dietary iron excess, and multiple blood transfusions. Normally for hemochromatosis to be diagnosed the ferritin level
should be greater than 1000ng/L. So chances of
hemochromatosis are less.
Wait for a few days. Stop all supplements you are taking. Keep well hydrated. Stop alcohol.