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... 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)
... I was hoping someone would be able to give me some advice. I would be really grateful as I am unsure what to do next and do not know any doctors who have lots of experience in this specific area. ... (3 replies)
... vy. However, I have always been anemic with bloodwork "slightly" out of whack. My doctors over the past few years have done lots of blood work...thought it was iron deficient. ... (1 replies)

... for example in anemia caused by vitamin B12 deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... deficiency can cause a type of anemia that is characterized by fewer but larger red blood cells. Other effects include walking and balance disturbances, a loss of vibration sensation, confusion, and, in seriously advanced cases, dementia. ... (16 replies)
... deficient. My level was at 140 with under 400 considered low enough to have psychiatric symptoms as well as neurological problems both temporary and permanent. My RBC was 3.81 but my white cell count was 3.00. At the time I had no appetite, Cardiac Tachycardia, Fainting spells. ... (7 replies)
... B12 deficiency is rather different from Iron deficiency and is treated differently. ... (28 replies)
... I have posted on this forum before regarding my B12 problems. Unfortunately my last post was regarding my concerns of developing B12 issues during my pregnancy and now this is the very situation I am facing. ... (0 replies)
... Vitamin B12 is normal at 361. ... (18 replies)
... I agree that you probably don't want to stop the B12 altogether. ... (1 replies)
... exist with pernicious anaemia. Definitely get your b12 level checked as well as folate. When searching anemia, also use the spelling of "anaemia". ... (16 replies)
... I've learned that numbers don't tell the whole story. The symptoms of a lot of nutritional deficiencies look the same. And even if you're looking at the right numbers, there's room for variation in the results. ... (3 replies)
... Re your iron, B12 and folate levels, I'd keep taking the prenatal supplement, and ask your GP to do a B12 test for you. ... (1 replies)
... In Dec of 2010 I had 2 blood tests one showing B12 at 125 and another showing B12 level of 92. I was given 6 injections in 2 weeks and then tested again approx 3 months later, that test put my levels in the 200's and so the doctor decided no further injections were necessary. ... (1 replies)
... Last year, I had a total of 8 IV iron infusions to deal with my iron deficiency anemia. I think more is going on than just anemia here and have not gone back to the hematologist simply because after all of the infusions, nothing improved. ... (0 replies)
... ug, vit B12 10ug, vit B6 5mg. ... (14 replies)
... Your neurological problems are not causing your B12 level to not rise. Your B12 deficiency is causing your neurological problems. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry my link about where I get the b12 isn't allowed. No, the tablets were not expensive at all. ... (9 replies)
... Whatever the MMA result is, and depending on how soon you get to see the gastroenterologist, I would make sure you get treated for B12 deficiency as soon as possible. ... (8 replies)
... so I took the D along with the iron and all went back to normal. Would diminished VD affect my current situation with these results? ... (7 replies)


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