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... in liquid or tabs that dissolve under the tongue. You will have to check about the dosage, I'm not sure how much you would need daily to raise your numbers. ... (3 replies)
... Yes. The Pernicious anemia, can cause iron deficiency anemia. ... (2 replies)
... I understand your post completely. I have many if not all of your symptoms. Yes, heavy periods for two years can in fact cause this to happen. ... (48 replies)

... OH my dear Irisheyes. I sooo know how you feel! I suffer myself from pernicious anemia and my b12 got down to 24! I have researched Soooooo much that my head is filled with B12 o mania! ... (48 replies)
... Can you have Iron Deficiency AND Pernicious anemia at the same time? ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the Anemia Board! ... (8 replies)
... As I was reading the thread, I was thinking that you definately have B12 anemia, then I saw your hematoligst diagnosed it. As to whether it is pernicious or not can be determined by a test for the intrinsic factor, indicating that it is PA, which is an autoimmune disease, btw. Did you have the test? ... (22 replies)
... Have you considered doing any tests to determine whether there are any underlying causes for your symptoms? ... (3 replies)
... like in your GI track. Sometimes it's heavy periods, sometimes things like too much NSAIDS can cause tiny bleeds in your stomach, and that blood loss can cause trouble. But there's other things too, like celiac disease and pernicious anemia and in my case, it's autoimmune hemolytic anemia and iron deficiency. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new to this board and I was wondering if someone can answer some questions for me. I feel really bad and I'm confused after reading some of the threads on here. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your trouble with the docs. I have had my share of that too. ... (57 replies)
... You can make an appointment with a GI doc to evaluate your situation. They are the ones that rule out internal bleeding and diseases related to malabsorption. ... (2 replies)


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