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... Hi, I am a 59 year old WM who had a Fusion done on my neck C5-6-7 2003, with chronic pain commencing 2 months post op to this day. After gaining 60 pounds due to inactivity, I elected to have weight loss surgery (Gastrectomy), and am about 60 pounds lighter. Back in February this year I started having restless legs syndrome, which caused insomnia. I have also had an... (0 replies)
... I first suffered from low ferritin levels in 2012 when my level was 6, the doctor told me to take iron tablets and that was that nothing was done to find out the cause etc. ... (0 replies)
... continued of my right extremities. I continued to ignore it and finally started doing online research. I went to urgent care one day and was told it was possibly b12 def, or inflammation. Inflammation made more sense as I have been taking b12 like crazy since I dont eat meat. ... (10 replies)

... I took Vitamin D 50,000IU twice weekly but my calcium level went too high so I was switched to 5000IU D3 daily. I started taking 5mg sublingual B12 and managed to get that number up to 504 briefly. ... (10 replies)
... In some people whose b12 and folate are too high it will bring withdrawal symptoms when the levels start to drift downward. It is a range rather than an exact number. ... (2 replies)
... Secondly, if your ferritin is low, a multivitamin a day will NOT get your levels up. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Hope someone can help with my query ! I've been taking B12 supplements (sublingual, Methylcobalamin version) since November as my level was 282 and I was experiencing loads of symptoms! I've taken around 2mg per day and now my level is up to 902! I presume I don't have an absorbtion problem otherwise I assume it would have taken longer to get this figure up. ... (2 replies)
... l of a GP. The good thing is that you can help yourself and get a proper iron supplement, one with a higher dosage and vitamin C for better absorption. As your ferritin isn't moving upwards fast at all, it's safe to take it for about 3 months and then ask for a retest. ... (10 replies)
... I too have Hashimoto's and my BIG problem is malabsorption of nutrients. I'm on iron supplements and likely will be for life. Once when my ferritin got up to 60 i eased off the iron supplements and began taking them 3 or 4 times per week. My iron ended up dropping. ... (10 replies)
... Audrey, Thank you again for your reply. These tests were done by my Endo. Test results again B12 320 (211-911) Ferritin 20 (11-307) Vitamin D 25 L (40-100) My FT4 and FT3 were also tested. (10 replies)
... It's good your are supplementing your B12 sublingually. I'm not sure on the dosage there either as my B12 has always been good and i've only supplemented with multi B vitamins. ... (10 replies)
... hoppy--Audrey-B has very good advice for you! I hear the passion in her tone even!!! I so understand what you are saying. Your B-12 is in fact too low, it should be higher from what I understand at least 400 and your ferritin should be 50-100 for minimal health that is all I'm saying here. Minimal. Thyroid function plays a large part when it comes to these results... (10 replies)
... Well....NEW PLAN! I have decided to take matters into my own hands! I started taking vitamins 3 days ago. Vitamin B12 sublingual 5mg, Multivitamin (Centrum Silver), Vitamin C 500mg, Vitamin D 5000IU, Poly Iron 150 (not sure if I should maybe take two of these for a while). I am taking all of this at lunchtime as I take Synthroid and Cytomel in the morning. Now... (10 replies)
... Thanks Flflowergirl and Audrey! I just got a letter from my doctor. He said "ALL levels are fine, B12 is good and iron is a little low. Just take a multi vitamin with iron". It seems that those numbers do not raise the proverbial red flag! ... (10 replies)
... free, I appreciate it very much!! Isis, I heard that the B12 shots "sting" when they go in. Is that true? ... (57 replies)
... I am not sure whether taking extra B12 can increase ferritin or not. I read somewhere that it might, but it wasn't a credible source. ... (3 replies)
... So glad to have found this forum. To be honest, I've been stalking it for quite a few months as I've been having trouble with low ferritin levels since the beginning of the year. ... (6 replies)
... y fine. About 3 years after the bypass, I started having loss of feeling in my toes. I thought it was from wearing tight shoes, but my primary doctor thought a b12 test was in order. This was the first time I had this test done...ever. ... (6 replies)
... Yes your folate is low and so is your B12 even though it is with normal is is still way to low you really shouldnt be below 700 below 550 is were neuro damage can start... ... (4 replies)
... Yes maybe alot is due to low ferritin , b12 and possibly vit d. I think other's will say your docs view on the ferritin is bizarre! Ferritin is to me like the gas tank level, anemia is like out of gas. Why not get the ferritin up instead of waiting for anemia. ... (57 replies)


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