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Normal B12 level
Mar 8, 2011
... I have read that it can be under 500. Although my B12 isn't low, it keeps dropping and I want to keep an eye on it. ... (4 replies)
... growing. It is very thin. I also still have bad days which makes me believe my levels aren't high enough. ... (1 replies)
B12 328?
Sep 11, 2010
... Your symptoms are all B12 related. But, could also be copper related. ... (6 replies)

... Obviously, you are not taking in enough B-12 with your diet since 2009 so yes, it doesn't seem to take much for a B-12 drop from my experience. I would think that it was a result of being a strict vegetarian, as you say, I am not sure. I am close to being a veggie and have never had that problem. Everyone is so different. I supplemented with B-12 to keep my normal levels... (1 replies)
... still normal range? ... (1 replies)
B12 levels
May 23, 2007
... It is my impression that some drs will keep you in the "normal" range and not aim to get you to that 800. My father is in the 200's, and gets a monthly shot. ... (4 replies)
B12 levels
Dec 15, 2003
... I am new to this board and I was wondering can anyone tell me at which point of low B12 levels should your red blood cells and hematocrit get lower than the normal range? ... (5 replies)
... By reading a lot of other forums, I know that many factors go into how fast your ferritin levels can go up and I know it needs to be around 70 before hair can regrow. I know that I have a pretty low ferritin level, but I don't think I am anemic... or am I? ... (1 replies)
... Hi and welcome to the board....those are all symptoms of b12 deficiency yes and at 405 I'd say you were borderline and could definitely be symptomatic... ... (2 replies)
... Given these symptoms, could my apparently normal B12 level of 405 be deceptive and the symptoms I am experiencing be attributable to B12? ... (2 replies)
... I disagree with your doctor. People's iron levels have dropped quickly after surgery and were anemic in just a few months. That's why it's so important to supplement and check labs regularly. ... (4 replies)
... out of a range of 4. ... (4 replies)
... I wanna touch base on the B12 first, that may be normal by our standards but that is still low. Low enough to cause a lot of symptoms. I think you are doing the right thing by taking a b12 supplement. ... (2 replies)
... Also, I've started taking 65 mg of Iron twice a day, along with a B12 suppliment even though my b12 was 356 and in the normal range. Will this help? ... (2 replies)
... I ran into the same kind of problem in that I suffer from Fibromyalgia, which has similar symptoms (apart from the not being able to breathe well thing) so I didn't think there was anything additionally wrong with me. Being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia sucks, but teh worst part is that if you have anything else that they can't figure out they think it's... (15 replies)
... r anyone else on this board and listening to what my doctor says, but unfortunately this is my third doctor and tbh they don't take much notice with low ferritin levels and don't know alot about it this side of the planet. ... (15 replies)
Ideal B12 level
Dec 6, 2011
... I've heard that the recommended B12 levels aren't high enough, can anyone tell me if that's the case? ... (1 replies)
... I am a little confused. Your B12 and Folate levels are high but then you imply that you are taking B12 and Folate supplements. If you are taking these supplements how long have you been taking them and in what dose? ... (4 replies)
... hemoglobin normal too? ... (3 replies)
... day sublingual B12 tablets. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, b12, b12 deficiency, ferritin, ferritin level, folic acid, hair loss, hematologist, iron deficiency anemia, iron supplements

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