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... ed me out. I also had the headaches, the almost passing out upon standing and bad memory problems, not to mention exhaustion and never really feeling awake. Plus mood swings. ... (8 replies)
... If I were you, I would insist on a B12 test and not accept the use of MCV only. Both B12 and iron deficiencies can often be caused by h. pylori. Good luck with finding out what is going on. ... (15 replies)
... Iron deficiency can coexist with B12 deficiency as well as folate deficiency. ... (5 replies)

... diabetes and all the mood swings etc. ... (5 replies)
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... FT4 and FT3 are at the bottom of the range and still dropping with each test. The problem is I don't know how many of my symptoms are thyroid related or vitamin deficiency related! I am such a worry wart, I am so tired by early afternoon that I could crash anywhere! ... (5 replies)
Jul 7, 2006
... ng, but you can get B12 supplements over the counter. And, B12 is not toxic, meaning you cannot overdose and cause harmful effects to your system as you can with iron supplements. If you do try this, I would suggest trying a methylcobalamin B12 supplement as this is the type your body can most readily use. ... (3 replies)

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