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... kaye brown117--I don't ~think~ that this is possible at least I have never read or heard about this. I do know that you can take a supplement, Foltrin, a script that has IF in it along with B-12 and iron with Vit-C for absorption. Best of luck to you. FLFLOWERGIRL:) (1 replies)
... standing problems is feeling cold and poor thermoregulation, which is a very classic symptom! I don't think they've done the full thyroid panel, but my bravery with doctors is running out. I've just been reading this morning about the link between hypothyroidism and low iron, so maybe I will pursue this later. ... (3 replies)

... Have you considered doing any tests to determine whether there are any underlying causes for your symptoms? ... (3 replies)
... months . I do not have any digestive issues when I eat gluten, however I read that many people can be sensitive to gluten and that this may inhibit the body from absorbing nutrients. ... (3 replies)
... D. And my serum folate is very high as well as I have a diet rich in folate. So the most possible defficiency is B12 and iron. You said that less than 500 in B12 would be treated in Japan, which surprised me. ... (12 replies)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 28, 2007
... My PA showed up with the Intrinsic Factor test. Several members here do see a hematologist but if you have a good doctor with an understanding of the illness you will get by just fine. Lucky for me the ENT doctor I went to was very aware of PA since his wife came down with it in their marriage. ... (7 replies)
... deficiency can show up in these counts. ... (20 replies)
... B12 pills are okay to supplement with,but if your B12 deficiency is in the tissues then the B12 injections would be prefered. ... (89 replies)
New to Anemia
Jul 8, 2008
... Let me know where I can get what your sister is using. ... (9 replies)
... what you had written to me and it prompted me to see the pharmacist at Pathmark which told me that Caltrate is not a good source of calcium to take and Citrical can be more readily absorbed with people who have pernicious anemia. I am forever indebted to your good faith of helping me. Thank you so much. ... (6 replies)
Possible Anaemia?
Jun 24, 2009
... First off you should get a copy of those labs which your are entitled to. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry you have been having a problem for so long. I'm glad to hear that you are seeing a Hematologist soon. Hopefully, they will have better testing and answers for you. ... (4 replies)
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