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... and since then have felt a lot worse with the pins and needles, numbness, tiredness, sore tongue, strange pains etc ! I read somewhere that if you are low on B12 anyway then surgery can cause this to drop further because of the stress? ... (9 replies)
... So, are you saying to eat leafy greens with the meat? Does it absorb or block absorption? Say if you eat a steak with swiss chard or spinach (known as iron inhibitors) would you be able to absorb it? That is what I am getting at. Also, my doctor just said to take an iron pill. Go to the store and get one. Really??? Nothing else. She makes me mad. Like she doesn't... (6 replies)
... The B12 would not be the cause. ... (6 replies)

... I have had these symptoms for years... I didnt think much of it. I knew I had low B12 but not deficient...so I took supplements whenever I remembered to. until I kept getting sores at the side of my mouth... ... (15 replies)
... Thanks Audrey. Yes... I will start a new thread. Good idea. As for the daughter... Yes. She's had tons of blood tests, cat scans, ultrasounds, upper GI, etc. and so on. We're still waiting on the results of the celiac test. Besides that, everything's come back normal. I don't know that they've done any thyroid tests though. That's something I'm going to look into. So thank... (13 replies)
... As for your daughters anemia, has any doctor ever done thorough range of testing to see why your daughters ferritin keeps dropping? ... (13 replies)
... I was told 3 yrs ago my ferritin was low by a doctor treating my malignant melanoma. I had cracks in the corner of my mouth and oral thrush. ... (6 replies)
... existing B12 deficiency. ... (24 replies)
... My b12 was a 311 and my doc said this wasn't low. He said this wasnt causing my probs. ... (22 replies)
... High folate levels can indicate a B12 deficiency as folate needs B12......It could also mean you have been supplementing but you dont mention this or you just have a diet with good amounts of folate. ... (12 replies)
... Your B12 is way too low if though it is in the so called normal range in Japan antything below 550 is treated.... ... (12 replies)
... I have been anemic, low ferritin, low D, low thyroid this past 8months.. numbers have gotten better on supplements but I never had my B12 checked and my cortisol levels and had that checked last week. The Dr. ... (89 replies)
B12 question
Aug 22, 2008
... In case of iron deficiency, it's best to have the Ferritin level tested. Is there any equivalent test for B12 deficiency? ... (2 replies)
... OTC. 3 months latter went back for retesting, ferritin 238, huge jump, over the upper limit but docs didn't seem concerned. ... (4 replies)
... Do you think i should have my B12 rechecked as its been about a year or more since this result, or should i just try and ask my gp to start me on suppliments or something, or does it look ok? ... (1 replies)
... ish. I disagree with your Dr. and believe ferritin can be the cause of your symptoms only because I am in the same boat and have experienced it first hand. I have a pretty good Dr. ... (14 replies)
... My serum iron remained abnormally high for the next 14 years until I received phlebotomy treatment for hemochromatosis in 2007. But my ferritin was rarely tested during those 14 years. ... (21 replies)
... test" implied that my hemoglobin was too low to allow me to donate. I also started feeling pretty weak and fatigued. At that point, I went to the doc and had my ferritin tested, and it came in pretty low around 14. ... (0 replies)
... I appreciate what you are saying, but when someone has B12 deficiency as a cause of anemia, you don't need a B12 level to be able to rule it out. B12 deficiency has to be severe and longstanding in order to cause the megaloblastic changes and neutrophilic hypersegmentation seen in the complete blood count. ... (24 replies)
... It's true she was given a LOT of meds and it has crossed my mind that maybe the drugs they gave her in the hospital did permanent damage to her brain! All the doctors tell me it's not possible, but I'm not convinced. The best way to describe mom is like a scared little child who smokes and drinks coffee. She asks permission to do everything...go to bed, take a shower, smoke... (89 replies)


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