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Nov 27, 2008
... I was wondering if you have had your B12 levels done as well if yo have do you know your levels........ ... (8 replies)
... It certainly can't hurt you to take B12 supplementation as your Dr recommended, since any excess is excrete by the body and there is really no toxicity until maybe over 10,000 mcg per day. ... (5 replies)
... Went to get my Blood Work results and they were good except for my hemoglobin numbers. ... (0 replies)

... this specific sx went away when my Ferritin level went up... ... (10 replies)
... If your numbers are going up then keep up the good work and maybe supplement some extra till you are feeling better. Once your numbers are up it does take a long time for the body to recover. ... (3 replies)
... Until recently my B12 was low, but shots helped me get back to a good level. ... (6 replies)
... can also be caused by iron deficiency. Since you have now ruled out B12 deficiency, that is what I would suspect is causing your trouble. ... (2 replies)
... My Ferritin and Iron Saturation was not tested then. I began weekly B12 injections and continued the Vit D. ... (3 replies)
... d have blood tests the following FBC, Iron studies, B12 serum, Red Cell Folate, Homocystiene and a very important one is a urine test called UMMA this will show B12 deficieny if you serum level sre in the reference range..... ... (16 replies)
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Nov 27, 2008
... I noticed you said you are still having some numbness ect....Your B12 is a uppper level that is great..are you on B12 subs at all? ... (27 replies)
... No I didnt have it as my B12 was well and truely below the average and it was pretty obvious I had a deficiency in the cellular level......... ... (12 replies)
... I have hemolytic anemia, which when it's bad, it lowers my B12 folic acid and hemoglobin counts. ... (9 replies)
... not knowing I was subconsciously getting the extra B12 that I needed and it was keeping my levels within range. ... (3 replies)
... storage protein that the body synthesizes because in reality free iron is actually toxic to cells ... so to prevent iron toxicity the body regulates level of ferritin synthesis to accomodate various levels of iron .. ... (6 replies)
... t very good when it comes to iron. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... rnicious anemia too. I had levels of 220. I was in a bad way. Lots of symptoms you have. It took almost a year to between blood work and shots to feel better. My b12 rose to 440 with sublingual tabs and reg. dr. said it was good. But still felt really bad, and went to neurologist on my own. ... (4 replies)
... Being that your ferritin is unacceptably low, I would assume your iron deficiency is to blame for the numbers, although you may also have a folate or b12 deficiency also. You could have more than one deficiency. I would ask for these to be checked, although it won't harm you to take folic acid and b12 anyway. ... (1 replies)
... Your labs look pretty good. The B12 being high is ok. Your kidneys get rid of the excess of water soluble B vitamins. ... (1 replies)
... in levels. Finally, I thought it might be my thyroid. I saw an endocrinologist in May or so, and he tested my blood for a LOT of problems. Turns out, my ferritin level was 7. ... (5 replies)

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