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... When I was trying to build my ferritin I had a hard time doing so. I was trying to exercise too soon and I don't mean an exercise program either. ... (6 replies)
... This could be true. It really depends where B12 is stored. If it's in the liver, than no, exercise isn't going to affect the levels of B12. Just like exercise really doesn't deplete iron. ... (14 replies)
... of the symptoms were returning full force. I have taken the last two months off and am feeling much better. I plan on one more month and then not quite so much exercise at least till I find the balance between life and injections... ... (14 replies)

... I am trying to get back in my exercise routine but just still very tired. Is is ok for me to try to do some type of exercising? ... (0 replies)
... her exercise with a hemoglobin level of 7.7. ... (14 replies)
... want to hold off on the exercise until you can get your hemoglobin up to 11 or 12. For now, you might just want to try to stick with stretching exercise or some yoga. For now, the exercise is going to zap all your strength but it is important to keep limber and fluid. ... (2 replies)
... years ago I used to run 4 km once a week and exercise the other days. ... (6 replies)
... r that you don't have any heart problems based on tests and that you won't kill yourself, I think it is wise to listen to your body and cut back on the amount of exercise that induces these symptoms. You may have to do gentle walking until your other values come up. ... (5 replies)
Jan 4, 2006
... Is it bad to exercise with anemia? ... (2 replies)
Exercise, etc?
Feb 7, 2009
... I was just telling my hubby yesterday that I feel sooo flabby but I don't have the energy to exercise. I absolutely do NOT need to lose weight as I'm already under weight for me. But until a year or so I did have nice muscular arms, legs and tummy. Now nothing is muscular and everything jiggles. I can't complain to anyone I know b/c they just say "Well it must be wonderful... (2 replies)
... Aerobic and resistance exercise are what seems to bring the pain on in my case. Now I and just walk, unfortunately not as often as I should. ... (5 replies)
... I was unable to exercise at the 11 range of Hgb. Now I know that my body runs around a 14 Hgb. ... (6 replies)
... You will likely find you wont be able to do much exercise till your ferretin gets much higher as you don't have sufficient iron stores and therefore not enough oxygen in your blood and this is why you tire so easily. ... (27 replies)
... I FINALLY stopped! I tried to do very light exercise yesterday at the gym and was miserable the rest of the day. Has anyone had a Dr. advise them on if you should or should not exercise? ... (14 replies)
B12 and exercise
Dec 17, 2007
... So the answer is YES, exercise does make a difference. I will continue the injections every two weeks but I intend to cut back a little on the exercise in hopes to find a happy balance between the two. Now I know why the tingles and vertigo have been coming back. ... (15 replies)
B12 and exercise
Nov 5, 2007
... There are so many of you on this board who know alot about B12, so I thought I'd ask this. Does moderately strenuous exercise greatly increase your use of B12? ... (15 replies)
Jan 25, 2006
... esponse to hypopoxia, I think that is how it is spelled, where the muscles are not getting enough oxygen and signal the body to produce more, so I guess moderate exercise would help speed up recovery from anemia, tho I am not sure about that. ... (2 replies)
Jan 5, 2006
... cise is always something that you want to do within your limits. The rule of thumb is to be able to hold a conversation while running, walking or lifting. If the exercise does not permit you to have air left over to talk, then it is too much for your fitness level. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 28-year-old male that five years ago was diagnosed with Hodgekins disease and treated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Because of the treatment my hematocrit level is of around 35 and my blood count is of about 12. My doctor tells me that although for a normal person these levels would indicate anemia, I am not normal anymore and as long as they do not drop more I... (3 replies)
... Your message is one that I've also pondered. Like you I notice with extra physical work, or exercise I become much more tired than otherwise. I would love to hear from other members about this. ... (2 replies)

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