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Hey everybody,
My hematologist just told me that they changed the numbers for what is considered normal. Now anything under 400, I think is considered low - I think in Europe anything under 500 is low.

My level was 273 and I was experiencing EXTREME symptoms - all the ones you're describing. Tingling, pain, headaches, dizziness, cracks in the corners of my mouth, memory problems, severe fatigue, severely dry skin, muscle jerks, brain fog, irritation, pallor.

Anyway, I started getting B12 shots, taking sublingual B12 and a Vitamin B complex, and my levels are now 874. Most of my symptoms are gone now. I feel 100% better. If you're in the 200's, please try to do something to find out why they are so low and what you can do about it. I have Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, and that's why mine got so low, but it could be any number of things.

Please get checked and get those levels up. You'll feel better very quickly.

If you have any questions let me know.
Best,
Jill
hi, i'm new here too!

found out i have low b12 levels and just had a shot to raise them ,but my question is by keeping the levels up in the future ,will that reverse any damage done in the past. i've suffered from tingling in fingers and toes, extreme fatigue, blurred vision, feeling confused etc. for years and have never been able to work out why (after many investigations).
any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

cheers,

simon





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