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... I've had two bloodtests for b12. The first came out 221 which wss still within normal ranges. Dr. prescrbied 250 mg of b12 orally a day for 6 months. But, I decided to go to a hematologist to make sure because of family history. ... (4 replies)
... lasting B12 deficiency can actually be the cause of chronic anxiety in a lot of people. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I dont think low ferretin is an indicator of B12 deficiency, BUT, B12 supplements are generaly considered pretty safe, so if you want to try one for a few months and see what happens, there isnt much harm in that. ... (10 replies)

... Low B12 can really mess up a person, even if you're borderline you can still experience symptoms. Fatigue is one of the very common symptoms! ... (57 replies)
Oral B12
Nov 4, 2003
... Hi there, thanks for the post. I wish I could say the same but having only had the one test I feel a bit like I'm just hanging in the wind. I absolutely hate the idea of going to the doc's anyway so I can't even make my mind up as to wether to change doc's or not. The worse thing is that as I can't make my mind up, I post on the internet a lot but for some reason can't seem... (8 replies)
Oral B12
Nov 4, 2003
... i have taken every test imaginable to determine the cause of my low b12. Last month my b12 was at 74. I have had daily, weekly and monthly shots, with not much improvement. My new doctor has me taking 1000 mcg a day of oral b12. ... (8 replies)
... pharmacy today in order to buy Vitamin B12 tablets, but they do not stock them on their shop floor shelves. ... (21 replies)
B12 328?
Sep 5, 2010
... range are actually suffering from occult B12 Deficiency and could show signs of neuropsychiatric and hematologic abnormalities. ... (6 replies)
B12 Deficiency
Oct 8, 2003
... I have had a B12 deficiency for 3 years now. For the last two years I have had B12 injections weekly for 3 months at a time. I also have my blood tested regularly to monitor the B12. ... (2 replies)
... that doctors are now moving towards using high doses of oral supplements a day because your body can at least absorb some, so in high doses daily it can be equivalent to the shots. ... (4 replies)
... How long does it take for the supplements to start upping the B12 and Ferritin levels? ... (8 replies)
... rs. Maybe once our iron gets into the 40's and 50's and our systems are running much easier then it might be easier for our system to absorb iron from foods and supplements thereby increasing our ferretin even higher. ... (14 replies)
... Pernicious anemia is caused by a lack of intrinsic factor, a substance needed to absorb vitamin B12 from the gastrointestinal tract. Vitamin B12, in turn, is necessary for the formation of red blood cells. ... (28 replies)
B12 328?
Sep 11, 2010
... Your symptoms are all B12 related. But, could also be copper related. ... (6 replies)
... so it is not due to B12 deficiency. ... (8 replies)
... Most people with B12 deficiency have problems adsorbing the vitamin, so oral supplements might not be enough, you may need B12 by injection..... ... (2 replies)
... ron on and off for a while and was told I had to have IV and could no longer take iron supplements. By the time I got to the Hematologist, he put me back on the oral iron. By this time I was at a 10 Hgb and anemic for the second time. I was too ill to have IV iron at that time. I was taking 65 mgs of elements iron 3X. ... (14 replies)
... So...I have been on oral supplements for three weeks. Only 1 dose a day. I feel like crap of course. I want to feel better. ... (11 replies)
... My doc had no predictions about my feet. It's been over 8 weeks since my treatment started, and everything is pretty good except foot numbness. Being the farthest point from the brain it's probably the last to heal. OTC pain meds don't seem to make any difference. I'm expecting 6 months or so to get better. But keep in mind that if nerve damage has gone too far before... (40 replies)
... after trying to figure out what was wrong with me for almost a year. I have had 3 injections, and the dr. has me taking oral supplements as well, and basically just told me I would be better in 6 mo to a year. It seems that my symptoms have not gotten better, in fact they may be worse. ... (40 replies)

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