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... I have posted on this forum before regarding my B12 problems. Unfortunately my last post was regarding my concerns of developing B12 issues during my pregnancy and now this is the very situation I am facing. ... (0 replies)
... I'm not sure if the low t is associated with low b12 but I do know that 262 is a low b12 number and could cause the symptoms that you discribed. ... (1 replies)
... In Dec of 2010 I had 2 blood tests one showing B12 at 125 and another showing B12 level of 92. ... (1 replies)

... so I called my doctor and asked for him to check it out. I got the results of my blood tests back, and the doctor has assured me that everything is normal, including the iron. But, the ferritin is pretty low. ... (2 replies)
Low Ferritin at -3
Mar 27, 2009
... I have been feeling very poor for about a week now, was turned away from giving blood through red cross first time in my adult female life at 11.5. The iron level is usually around 13. ... (8 replies)
... y fine. About 3 years after the bypass, I started having loss of feeling in my toes. I thought it was from wearing tight shoes, but my primary doctor thought a b12 test was in order. This was the first time I had this test done...ever. ... (6 replies)
... tion but I think 70 from my reading seems to be a threshold for real improvement. From what I have read alot of aches, pains and hair loss may be associated with low ferritin. ... (57 replies)
... everyone was up todate and duplicate tests were only ordered if necessary. I had to work really hard to convince the doctors that it wasn't because my diet was low in B12. ... (11 replies)
... It's good your are supplementing your B12 sublingually. I'm not sure on the dosage there either as my B12 has always been good and i've only supplemented with multi B vitamins. ... (10 replies)
... which if elevated is a B12 deficiency.Also the Homocysteine test which if elevated points to B12 def. also.You can be elevated in one or the other or both...if those ar normal then there's no B12 def. ... (34 replies)
... I've been on b12 for about seven months now. My b12 was about 200 when my doctor started giving me injections. All he had me to is some simple bloodwork. I gave myself the injections about every week, but now I take it approx every three to four weeks. ... (7 replies)
... I know that sometimes blood can be too acidic or too alkaline also...have the drs. did a thorough blood count to check everything to rule out all blood disorders? ... (34 replies)
... more than Arthritis is. My grandmother died from Pernicious anemia when she was 44, I never knew her but it runs in my family, no intrinsic factor, I also have a blood disease that complicates things a bit to. ... (10 replies)
Still tired?
Jul 3, 2016
... lads drawn on a monday and by friday i had seen a hemotoligist and had my first infusion. They said i was severely low. The level that they normally check when giving blood was 11.5 but what ever the other levels are were what was low. ... (0 replies)
... Your ferritin is in the normal range, but at the low end. It wouldn't hurt to bump it up higher. ... (10 replies)
... have a doctor who doesn't put much stock into Fibromyalgia. My anemia brought me dangerously close to a heart attack or stroke and if it weren't for a standard blood test for something else it would have been missed entirely. ... (15 replies)
... nd another, believe me you will most likely find one that works for you that is if you absorb supplements in the first place. It takes a lot of persistence, not giving up and patience. Patience was my biggest lesson. Hope that answered your questions. Keep us posted. ... (14 replies)
... i mentioned low b12 and she said she didnt think id have it becasue my blood count results were fine. ... (14 replies)
New lab work
Jan 21, 2009
... some trials!! Now that i understand that your malabsorption relates to the removal of your stomach i'm not even sure what suggestions to make. They are already giving you a heap of vitamin D, which is necessary for so many areas of health. You also need it to help absorb calcium. ... (7 replies)
What now?
Mar 5, 2010
... Several people said that it was probably either low iron or something with my blood sugar, so I started monitoring my blood sugar and taking iron pills. ... (12 replies)




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