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... I can answer your question about losing B12 with blood loss from a period..It Doesn't Happen! ... (3 replies)
... (((((HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!))))) Since you are having a problem with iron, I have read that it is good to double up on the days that there is blood loss. I think if I remember correctly that you were on low dose anyway? It won't hurt to raise your B-12 either AND it helps to make new red blood cells. Have a great day tomorrow!! K. FLFLOWERGIRL:) (3 replies)
... Should I up my iron or my B12 while bleeding? ... (3 replies)

... tent symptoms. Some days I eat it and I'm fine, other days I feel bloated and windy with a bit of pain. I do think that whatever is going on may be related to my menstrual cycle or hormones as I do notice a marked difference in all over aches just after ovulating right up to my period. ... (5 replies)
... Ive not had a menstrual cycle for 7 months now due to an endometriosis treatment. ... (4 replies)
... I am new here, and also newly diagnosed with iron deficiency. My hemoglobin is a 10 and my ferritin a 6, B12 434 which my doctor said is within range, thyroid 1.43 also normal. ... (12 replies)
... ely learn that a lot comes in to play and it's not just a matter of looking at your thyroid, but a lot of other areas. Make sure you also get your Vitamin D and B12 tested and they should both be up at the higher end of the scale. ... (5 replies)
... I also learnt a lot from this healthboard as well as learning a lot from the naturopathic place i get my herbs from to keep my menstrual cycle regular and normal. ... (34 replies)
... Thank you so much for the birthday wishes, FLFLOWERGIRL and scout316! My day went well... I did have an iron rich dinner, and I wasn't sick the whole weekend! :D This last weekend is another story, haha. :( (3 replies)
... So, you are both B12 and iron deficient. No wonder you feel so bad. ... (8 replies)
... she is also hypothyroid and is taking synthroid. Her B12 is 350. She is also on her menstrual cycle. Are these symptoms she is feeling from her anemia or are there other things she should be checking out? ... (6 replies)
... et so low I thought, as I had only kept my almost vegan diet for about a year. Upon further reading of the article it stated that loss of blood such as that of a menstrual cycle will contribute to low iron stores if they are not adequately replaced by diet. ... (4 replies)
... I am going to make suggestions. I do not KNOW anything but these are my guesses. You may have endometriosis. If so this may be why the B-12 is causing you to start your period. The more blood you have the more likely you are to have extra bleeding. When the blood cell factory is shut down due to acute hemolysis, then the endometriosis backs off too or at least the effects of... (7 replies)
... And whenever I get my shot it tends to bring on a menstrual cycle even if I have just had one, which aids in bringing my hemoglobin even lower...It's like fighting a losing battle...Do I have any options? ... (7 replies)
Question
Jul 30, 2003
... I was in the hospital 6 years ago and my Iron level was a little under normal and I guess my B12 was low because they gave me B12 shots. ... (2 replies)
Possible Anaemia?
Jun 25, 2009
... I haven't been taking B12 as my GP said pregaday is enough, I feel it isn't and feel it was aimed more at my folate, and pregaday is rich in folic acid. ... (4 replies)
... I have Hypothyroidism and Vitamin B12 deficiency. I take 50 mcg Levothyroxine daily and have Vitamin B12 injections once every 8 weeks. ... (8 replies)


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