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... Making sure you have adequate folate levels, which is another blood test, is pretty important as a lack of B12 can run it down and you'd need it supplemented. ... (4 replies)
... my first time posting here. I had a demylination of my spinal cord last August, and that left me diagnosed with transverse myelitis. This prompted a check of my B12 since that is needed in nerve health. I was low, 201, and started right in on the injections. ... (1 replies)
... I have a different form of anemia, hemolytic anemia, but it affects my B12 levels. I need shots to get my levels up. Your numbers are concerning, especially since you have numbness. ... (11 replies)

B12 levels
Dec 12, 2003
... guidelines were too low. This will be printed in effect next year if it hasn't already been adopted. I think it is about time, some people can still sustain some nerve damage at 200 and as you know the b12 level can go up and down even if you have some infection, nose bleed, gastric problems or intestinal infection. ... (5 replies)
... Honesly, it is a long and slow buisness. The blood happens a lot too :P i get 8 viles taken every time i go (about 2 times a week) to check levels. Sometimes you get a bad doctor (i did..they just told me nothing was wrong with me at all!) and if you truly believe theres something wrong with you, you keep perservering it. Thats what my family did, and now we have our results... (6 replies)
... I am not sure whether taking extra B12 can increase ferritin or not. I read somewhere that it might, but it wasn't a credible source. ... (3 replies)
... Many things have to be in balance when you get a B12 deficiency. First of all, did they test your ferritin? ... (3 replies)
... k they've done the full thyroid panel, but my bravery with doctors is running out. I've just been reading this morning about the link between hypothyroidism and low iron, so maybe I will pursue this later. ... (3 replies)
Prenicious
Jun 15, 2007
... I have low B12 levels due to a different condition, but I can tell you it's very important to keep those B12 levels up! You can get nerve damage with low levels. And it takes awhile to get them where they belong. I was having trouble when my B12 levels were in the 200's. ... (7 replies)
... Recently, I started feeling worse again so went back to get checked and got the results I posted above. It was the first time I'd had my B12 levels checked. Currently I've decided to take the B12, but not any more iron. ... (3 replies)
B12 deficient
Dec 9, 2003
... Your Dr should be checking for the reason behind the low B12. ... (6 replies)
... n got worse, not better, so I doubt that's what it was. This winter I missed 2 shots in a row, and then in mid march I became a vegetarian. From what I've read, B12 is stored in your body and it takes awhile for it to deplete, but how long is awhile? ... (1 replies)
... glossy tongue,unsteady walk,dizziness...I think that's about all of them.I have a complicated,hidden B12 deficiency. ... (89 replies)
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Just Diagnosed
Jun 8, 2006
... Give the meds some time to work. It took me at least 4 months with the B12 injections to start to feel better... ... (1 replies)
... Your B12 and Vitamin D is REALLY bad. The B12 is flirting with permanent nerve damage. ... (5 replies)
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Anemia
Nov 27, 2008
... Folate Def, Vit D def, and low ferritin..... ... (8 replies)
... I was told 3 yrs ago my ferritin was low by a doctor treating my malignant melanoma. I had cracks in the corner of my mouth and oral thrush. ... (6 replies)


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