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... I have been giving blood regularly at the Red Cross, and the last time I went in to give whole blood, the nurse was surprised at how high my hematocrit was, and asked if I had a family history of hemochromotosis. It turns out that my aunt has consistently high iron (but has not been specifically tested for hemochromotosis), so I called my doctor and asked for him to check it... (2 replies)
... stroenterologist and had the old records faxed today. my primary care dr is the one that picked up on my defiencies and didnt think anything of it expcet give me shots that dont help... He also said that I am so deficient in b12 that I am having psychological and neurological problems now. ... (7 replies)
... I have iron deficient anemia and am tired all the time (I mean Exhausted) even if I sleep 10hrs straight. I am also Potassium and b12 deficient and my doctor give me shots (which does no good since I am still deficient after it). Anyway is this why I am tired and does anyone know what could help the exhaustion? thanks mel oh and I just found out I have alot of bleeding... (7 replies)

... Yes, you do sound like someone who has B12 issues. Though, take heart, if you are low and start getting the shots, you will feel better once they get your levels up. ... (4 replies)
... I also had to take weekly shots of vitamin B12. ... (6 replies)
... A and has shots we both have underactive thyroid, do any of you get pains under your ribs? ... (37 replies)
... e "gut" which is neede to absorb B12. I got mine from a stomach virus that put me in the hospital and the next year I started having symptoms, been giving my own shots now for over 10 yrs. It can be hereditary as well. ... (24 replies)
... f your dr has determined that your anemia is caused by iron deficiency and possibly a B 12 issue this is almost always easily remedied with iron supplements and shots of B12. Still it may take a while to notice improvements but they will come. ... (2 replies)
... showed that she had iron deficiency anemia. Even the specialist couldn't determine why her results wouldn't come up with iron treatment. They put her on Procrit shots once or twice a month and now she's like a new woman again! ... (4 replies)
... Good luck to your husband. They put me in the hospital and gave me two pints of blood and the webs were gone within days. I am having problems with the B12 aspect of it now so i will be getting shots once a month. Did his mouth get raw? ... (2 replies)
... yrs.It took a referral to a podiarist ,who sent me to a neurologist that ordered tests, and WHAMO! I was diagnosed.My b12 was at 170 so shots 1xa week for a month, then 1x a month. My M.D has'nt tested me since last Aug. he says it's not necessary to test anymore than that. ... (17 replies)
... I'm so sorry you have to go through that. I couldn't imagine having to have iron infusions and shots every month. I know I don't metabolize iron either. I've had to take higher and higher doses over the years just to remain symptom free. ... (23 replies)
... Have you ever tried the pills of B12 you hold under your tounge ? ... (7 replies)
... If you can't get often enough injections, consider sublingual methylcobalamin and/or the other good types (adenosylcobalamin, aka dibencozide; or hydroxocobalamin which gets converted into those 2 usable types). Do a google search for info on "nerve regeneration" and methylcobalamin. It is the type used by the nerves and in the brain. Adenosyl-B12 is used at the cellular... (5 replies)
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Nov 27, 2004
... I agree, you need to take more of the B12 by shot in the muscle. Learn to do it yourself. It's cheep and easy and nearly painless with the little needle and the Vitiman does not sting. ... (11 replies)
... Hello all. I have a similar story as most about being misdiagnosed for years even after many visits to my doctor. But thats history. I am now on injections of b12 once a week because my level was low. The doctor said "less than 74" what ever that means. ... (17 replies)
... Here is some of her medical records. This is just a small bit of it. To answer your question, I was born in 1965. My mom was born in 1934 and died 1975. She was tired alot due to her anemia. I apologize for the lenght of this but maybe you can tell me what it means. Thanks!! This lady presented to the ER with a hemoglobin of apx. 5. A diagnosis of Coombs.... (20 replies)
... The Ferritin level is just a measure of stored iron. It is what is left over after you have utilized what you need for daily functions. If it is at the low norm then you probably are not anemic. However, a low thyroid level will cause the symptoms you describe. The thyroid test is one that is difficult to get an accurate measure on sometimes and will read higher than it is... (4 replies)
... Hi Sandy, I get the same thing, too, plus a lot more symptoms. My ferritin was 10 for the longest, no Dr. seemed impressed by that. Until my neuro said that was not normal and sent me to a hema. He said I need IV iron, and that my levels were really much worse(5) because he factoroted in other tests. The iron did help, but I need to go more frequently now, every 8 weeks. He... (4 replies)
... I have been checked for b12 and took shots and all the other iron tests say normal. Thyroid is min. low. ... (4 replies)

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