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... I had a heart attack and stroke in the summer of 2003. All the heart meds that I started caused extreme fatigue for me. Now, I doubt that these meds actually were causing all the fatigue that I had. It has been very confusing. ... (5 replies)
... All of those symptoms can be associated with B-12 deficiency as well as Folic Acid Deficiency. The IBS could be causing the marjority of the symptoms and is treatable with many new medications out there. The B-12 is easily replaceable by injection or by the sublingual tablets that you can buy at good pharmacies or nutrition stores. The folic acid has to be addressed as well... (2 replies)
... if you are low or out of it. But, it still will not be a buzz or anything noticeable. Gradually you will realize you feel better if the dose is right and consistent. ... (4 replies)

... Hi everyone .... I have a question for those of you with anemia due to Vitamin B-12 deficiency. Can you tell me, please .... do some of the symptoms appear before a low blood vitamin B-12 can be measured ?? I have been searching for 2 years. I have Fibromyalgia, and was doing quite well for years. An occassional flare, but my life went on. About 3 years ago I began... (2 replies)
... thanks again, it is good to have someone to relate to! hopefully this will do the trick. i didn't get my MRI results back today as i wanted, i have to wait til monday or tuesday...ugghh. i'm not sure what the cbc and the last part you were mentioning. they didn't really tell me much other than my b-12 level. i don't think they tested for anything other than that at the... (10 replies)
... I've been suffering with extreme exhaustion and fatigue for over a year now. ... (4 replies)
... Hello again. My symptoms were numerous. - heart palpitations - shortness of breath - ears popping - fuzzy/full feeling head - blurred vision (doesn't sound as extreme as yours though) - feeling like I was going crazy! literally! (my doctor originally thought it was just anxiety/panic attacks - feeling like I couldn't swallow - fatigue - (this sounds crazy - but)... (10 replies)
... Anyway, I started getting B12 shots, taking sublingual B12 and a Vitamin B complex, and my levels are now 874. Most of my symptoms are gone now. ... (37 replies)
... He told me the risk is higher but it would be so worth it. Yes he is not too happy about my ferritin being 2. I have suffered from extreme exhaustion, dizziness, feeling week, and I do get short of breath but I have asthma and I aslway thought that was the reason. ... (10 replies)
... I would not think that weight lifting and running, such extreme demand on the body will help you right now. Moderation is best, you need to give yourself time to heal. Good luck! ... (6 replies)
... The only time a dr. checked my B-12 levels was after I had taken my injection within a couple of weeks earlier-it was 600. I just know that when around 4-5 weeks is up, I feel alot more tired. I really don't tolerate iron to work on my ferritin levels. I have a stomach that bloats sooo bad when I take iron, it ends up making me short of breath because there's literally no... (10 replies)
... You are consider anemic for a woman 10 and under. You can be have low ferritin with normal hgb, whereby you are not consider anemic, but have iron deficiency which could lead to anemia if left untreated. ... (5 replies)
... rana7--Welcome to the board! Sorry that you are going through this too. Many of the people on this board are still trying to find out what and why. But we can help you a little and give support when needed. What I can tell you is that this was also my experience. I was scheduled for IV iron but I was so ill when I got there and my hgb was responding, not well at all. ... (20 replies)
... found out i have low b12 levels and just had a shot to raise them ,but my question is by keeping the levels up in the future ,will that reverse any damage done in the past. ... (37 replies)
... shelsdina1--Now I understand why you are seeing a Hematologist. They usually prescribe IV iron therapy for GBP patients, but sometimes they try the oral route at first. My sister is going through this right now but she was noncompliant with her supplements. The problem is the malabsorption issues related with the SX. Keep up on the B-12 as well, this may help with the... (9 replies)
... which led me to the neuro. my grandmother has to get shots every now and then, and it used to be really low when she was younger. ... (10 replies)
... My lab results yesterday shows that my iron saturation at 5% is quite low. I have been feeling like something that cat dragged in for a couple of years now but have only been minimally tested for iron with only CBCs in the past. My hematocrit and hemoglobin levels have been out of range for about a year but not enough to cause any concern. This week was the first time that... (10 replies)
... B-12 and folate also govern the metabolism of calories and food and is one link in the change of utilizing food for energy. Before any one gets excited, a deficiency does not significantly increase or decrease weight, but how you use the food you eat is effected. B-12 and folate deficiency will sometimes cause you to lose your appetite and then you feel tired. Also it causes... (1 replies)
... it included Protonix. At the same time I started having heart palps and extreme anxiety and it has continued to this day. It is so annoying! ... (6 replies)
... I then looked at vitamins and my diet. I ate well, am not a vegetarian, only have a social drink with my meal, dont smoke, no extreme partying or late nights. ... (10 replies)




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