Well I did some more research last night and found one thing that matches up with all low ferritin, low platelets, high hemoglobin and high iron--Hemolytic Anemia. I hope to God this isn't it.
Hemolytic Anemia is when red blood cells die off before they should, and in high numbers, causing anemia through die off of cells rather than lack of iron. It's related to autoimmune conditions and can also be caused by Lyme and some coinfections too. The iron and hemoglobin then enter into the bloodstream after cell die off causing high numbers, but at the same time the person is anemic so platelets and ferritin are low.
If it's mild, sometimes people don't even have symptoms. If it's advanced, it can be life threatening.
My thyroid numbers are normal, so it may be something with thyroid like symptoms and could even be affecting thyroid function in some way but might not be originating from the thyroid.
If it is Hemolytic Anemia, it could be very bad because it's related to other serious diseases too. Anyway, that's what I found. Think I will post a question about Hemolytic Anemia.
Thank you again for your response.