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Pernicious Anemia?
Aug 23, 2017
... diagnosis of Pernicious Anemia. I am hoping those of you with experience in having this ruled in or out might share your wisdom. I apologize upfront for this being a long post. ... (0 replies)
... I don't think you are being treated correctly for pernicious anemia. ... (2 replies)
Pernicious anemia
Dec 24, 2003
... No....pernicious anemia is a very specific type of anemia where there is an autoimmune attack on certain cells in the stomach that secrete a factor that helps you to absorb vitamin B12. ... (1 replies)

... l is not great but if you are only having one shot per month it is not really enough I am surprised your doc has not given more the usual protocol for pernacious anemia is as follows.....1 injection of 1000mcg per day for a week then 1 per week for 4 weeks then 1 per month ending up at 1 every 3 months for life.... ... (3 replies)
Pernicious Anemia?
Aug 11, 2005
... I'm stuggling with symptoms that match Pernicious Anemia and Thyroid disease which both run in my family. When my B12 was tested last, I was told it was in the normal range. I could not convince them to do a shillings test. ... (9 replies)
Pernicious anemia
May 17, 2007
... although not perfect I AM the closest to normal than I have been in a long time. If you do have PA then the doctor is correct the only way to get your required B12 is by injection. ... (10 replies)
... Hi I have Crohn's disease and am anemic on a regular basis. At the moment my ferritin is 13 (range 23-300) and my B12 level is 136 (range 130-1100). I'm a little confused about the different types of anemia. How do you know if you have pernicious anemia - is there a particular blood test for that? I'm just assuming my levels are low because of the Crohn's. Thanks (1 replies)
... Hi and thanks for reading my posting. I was recently diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia and since have been going for B12 injections. My doc has me doing the shots once a month. I have been going each month for the past 6 months. ... (3 replies)
Pernicious anemia
Dec 24, 2003
... if your b12 is in the normal range but your folate is low that still considered pernicious anemia? ... (1 replies)
... But I read somewhere that megaloblastic anemia is also called pernicious anemia? ... (40 replies)
... OH my dear Irisheyes. I sooo know how you feel! I suffer myself from pernicious anemia and my b12 got down to 24! I have researched Soooooo much that my head is filled with B12 o mania! ... (48 replies)
... The bad thing is the range in the US put you as being normal at around 200. ALL the things I read says that range needs to be changed to at LEAST 500, and countries like China have already done so. ... (8 replies)
... Anytime there is anemia this should be checked. ... (24 replies)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 27, 2007
... but I was diagnosed with B12 deficiency seven weeks ago and have been getting cyano B12 injections since. ... (7 replies)
... Iam sorry but this is incorrect information here you state that B12 deficiency is clearly not her problem......Incorrect there is no B12 or HCY or UMMA results so I dont know how you can say that...... ... (24 replies)
... erritin was 38 , so for sure I think your doc should get you started on iron supplements and then monitor your levels till you get in a good range. What the good range is seems to be subject to interpretation but I think 70 from my reading seems to be a threshold for real improvement. ... (57 replies)
... I would urge you to have her serum b12 measured. ... (10 replies)
... ly no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. Hemolytic anemia is caused by the red blood cells being destroyed sooner than they are supposed to be and putting too much stress on your bone marrow to make new cells. ... (17 replies)
... not totally siding with your doctor, but if you look at the values you gave for your bloodwork, and you have some medical training, it's easy to see that vitamin B12 deficiency is not your problem. ... (24 replies)
... e to gluten and that this may inhibit the body from absorbing nutrients. I thought that I could try eliminating gluten for a period of time and check whether my B12 and Ferritin levels are higher then. ... (3 replies)

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