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... up every time i took them. By May, my doctors had adjusted my doseages, and I was doing very well. Holding down medecine, and not having seizure, memory loss, or twitches as often. The headaches had subsided too. I was even well enough to return for my last two weeks of school. ... (6 replies)
... Can initial B12 treatment make symptoms worse for a while? ... (3 replies)
... I don't know why it is low yet. I am waiting for a referal to go see a rheumatologist, hopefully I don't have to wait too long to get in. My regular doctor gave me prednisone and it seemed to help a little but only the first few days when I was on a really high dose. Thank you for the info! (3 replies)

... headaches, fatigue, muscle twitches, low grade fever, muscle aches, joint pain, brain fog. I've been told that your B12 gets off when your hemoglobin is low. ... (3 replies)
... muscle spasms and twitches from eyes to feet, panic attacks, insomnia, hair loss, i have almost no hair on my legs. Finally a neuro doc decided to test me for B12. ... (48 replies)
... I also had these strange muscle twitches which scared me to death, but they've gotten better. ... (15 replies)
... I think the main thing is sticking with it once you start feeling better. I let down on taking my B12 once my muscle twitches stopped, and suddenly they returned. ... (37 replies)
... yes the muscle twitches scre me to death. What were yours like? ... (8 replies)
... Just for info: blue nail beds are really not a problem. Remember, before blood goes outside the body (and hits oxygen) it is bluish in color. If you are seeing blue in your nail beds it is because you are getting circulationg to that area. Like me, you probably just have thin fingernails and, because of that, your blue blood shows up more easily than others. I have had... (14 replies)
... I am not too sure what my B12 was just that it was in range as the dr. said. I will ask when I go see him. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, thank you for the interesting reply. The dr quickly went through the blood test results on a computer screen and it was difficult to see the results. I am trying to see the dr again but she is away for the next couple of weeks. The numbness/muscle spasms which come and go are scaring me.:( Everyday is painful. Hope you are doing ok now. Clare x (15 replies)
... wow.. mine was reading at 80... my symptoms were only ulcers in the mouth and fatigue. my level is now at around 300 i think and i am feeling much better... though still tired with iron level of 8. (15 replies)
... I have hemolytic anemia which causes my B12 to go low. When I was dxed, I was having muscle spasms so bad that I thought I had a bad disease. ... (15 replies)
... I remember my hematologist saying that a healthy B12 level should be above 450...we never discused ferritin...and I don't know what mine was at that time.My ferritin was 11 in sept.'05..... ... (10 replies)
... I agree with IAmUnique. You should look into your B12 level. The symptoms can be debillitating, and if left low, can cause permanent damage. ... (9 replies)
... rther investigation. There is no history of thyroid problems in my family. The only thing is anemia on my mother's side. My mum now has pernicious anemia. My B12 was checked and was in normal range. ... (15 replies)
... was your b12 checked? ... (6 replies)




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