Everything you describe is everything the both of us have struggled with for many years. I am 42, he is 57. Usually men
find out sooner than women, women if early in life are diagnosed they have a good dr tuned in to early warning signs of iron overload, or come across it by accident due to severe iron loading and obvious symptoms or damage.
Excess iron overload is responsible for liver, heart, brain, digestion, pancreas and gallbladder issues, among hormonal and thyroid.