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B12 and injections
Dec 10, 2003
... It was my gastroenterologist who caught mine during some routine workups and put me on oral supps. From then to now Ive been at uni with incompetant student doctors who treat arthritis as a hangover. ... (2 replies)
... One other interesting fact my blood test showed up was that i'm below the range recommended for Vitamin D and that i should stop taking my vitamin B's as my B12 is very high. I was only taking the Vit B's as i thought it might boost my energy levels so i wouldn't feel as tired as i do. ... (6 replies)
... I had intravenous iron treatments at 50 years of age. These are the side effects I experienced. At the time of the infusion, they did a short infusion and I began to have chest pain, shoulder pain in the left arm, chest and shoulder. They stopped the infusion, waited one hour and then started it again much more slowly. The infusion took 6 hours. My son drove me home, because I... (3 replies)

... My mother has had pernicious anemia for several years and has not been able to maintain a hemoglobin level above 9 despite taking B12 injections and oral iron supplements. As a result, her physician is now recommending intravenous iron treatments. ... (3 replies)
Triple Whammy
Jun 8, 2005
... nfortunately, that's the same old info that many doctors are still learning in medical school. But, it's also the reason for at least 1000 or more mcg per daily oral dose, so that some is passively absorbed. Food doesn't have nearly that much, which is why absorption from it is negligible. ... (7 replies)
... However, the form of B12 found in shots are either the cheaper cyanocobalamin or hydroxocobalamin. Both have to be converted into the usable forms by the body..... ... (7 replies)
... mg of vitamin C daily. If I don't start feeling better in a couple weeks with all these other supplements added, I think you're right. I should probably insist to see a hematologist. I just have been afraid to go because when I was down to 7. ... (4 replies)
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... It seems to me you need to see a hematologist, get on B12 injections, a high dose Vit D supplement, and possibly iron infusions. ... (4 replies)
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New lab work
Jan 21, 2009
... m. another thing i found out helps absorb calcium and increases blood levels of ferretin is the essential amino acid called Lysine. This can be taken with your oral iron supplement, but as your situation stands i'm surprised they aren't simply giving you iron infusions or injections at the very least. ... (7 replies)
Iron Deficiency
Nov 28, 2012
... dangerously low, I was basically running on fumes. These are the only numbers I have sorry! I was given FeraMAX 150mg and told to eat iron rich foods. I've taken oral supplements before and they are horrible on my stomach and bowels. ... (1 replies)
... Fast forward to now. I tried doing oral iron, my level went up to 13. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, it is my understanding that b12 is water soluble. ... (13 replies)
... around so low. I also hate to say it but your doctor has no clue if he is telling you to take a multivitamin in your situation. Perhaps your not absorbing iron supplements at all? ... (21 replies)
Ferritin Drop
May 28, 2007
... Also have you had your b12 checked? ... (3 replies)
... then supplements will do fine once you have your level up. Sounds to me you need a more knowledgable doc,as no oral is going to keep it up if you haven't the IF needed for absorption. ... (4 replies)


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